The Clinical Pilates courses are aimed to use at early rehabilitation for spinal stability, learning control, dissociation, and releasing of unnecessary global tension. Small apparatus is introduced to add assistance to motion and/or control, provide resistance for strengthening and challenge stability (developing synergy between the local and global muscular system, once control is established). An emphasis is placed on developing cueing strategies to effectively describe new movement patterns, including the use of imagery and touch.
This Level 2-course runs over 2 days and is the course where intermediate and advanced Clinical Pilates exercises are taught. Higher level scapulo-thoracic and pelvic stabilisation exercises form the core of this course.
The course builds upon the movements, understanding, cueing and exercise selection from Matwork Level One. The conversion from beginner to more advanced movements will facilitate the unique shift from just stability to strength and conditioning. This progression from rehabilitation to full health and fitness is a crucial process to achieve your clients’ goals of a full recovery.
This course allows the physiotherapist to be competent in working not just with injured clients, but to begin the transition to fitness or preventative programmes. It will give the physiotherapist a greater range of exercises to continually challenge the client, and maintain compliancy to the treatment.
– Exercises for training lumbo-pelvic, scapulo-thoracic, cervical stabilization and spinal mobilisation.
– Strengthening of the global muscular system.
– Practice teaching and observation.
– Review case studies, design and discuss treatment plans.
Kinesitherapeuten, sportkinesitherapeuten, manueel therapeuten die reeds deelgenomen hebben aan Level 1.
Pro-Q Kine 24 ptn
580€ (excl btw), 30% korting indien betaling met KMO-Portefeuille
Syllabus, lunch en koffiepauzes.