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POSTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS

BRISTOL
21st & 22nd November 2020
This workshop is suitable for anyone who works in the movement industry or as a manual therapist. It is also a pre-requisite for the Diploma in Applied Anatomy and Integrated Movement.
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DIPLOMA IN APPLIED ANATOMY AND INTEGRATED MOVEMENT

MODULE ONE – SUPPORT & BALANCE
19th & 20th September 2020
MODULE TWO – ADAPTABILITY
10th & 11th October 2020
MODULE THREE – RESILIENCE
14 & 15th November 2020
MODULE FOUR – REACHING OUT
5th & 6th December 2020
MODULE FIVE – FLUIDITY
9th & 10th January 2021
MODULE SIX – INTEGRATION
6th & 7th February 2021
VENUE - CANTERBURY PILATES
The diploma gives you the skills to design individualised programs for your clients - you will learn what to do and when to do it. The programs you design will be based on the deep assessment of your client’s structure and function to improve their everyday movement.
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POSTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS
A new approach to assessing the body

Bristol: Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd November 2020

Our approach to postural analysis helps you to quickly improve your client’s efficiency of movement.

Postural analysis is never a diagnosis, but it gives a clearer understanding for program design or treatments that best match the needs of the client. We will teach you to accurately identify areas of strength or weakness and how to design an individualised movement program.

Our tensegrity approach is not locked in any protocol and there are no ‘anatomy stories’ or school dogma. Instead Animātum provides a fresh approach that will enable you to see the real picture.

Workshop aims. We will explore:

  • The effects of compression – learn to see how gravity and ground reaction forces are coupled through the skeletal and soft tissue systems.
  • The effects of tension – what is the soft tissue balance? More importantly what has changed in the soft tissues ability for movement? Can the tissues transfer force effectively and efficiently?
  • The effects of weakness in the tissues as a tensegrity system the body requires enough inherent stiffness or tone within the soft tissues as well as the bones. What happens when we lose that tone and how can we get it back?

The workshop is designed to:

  • Train your eye to see functional relationships within the body.
  • Help you understand the effects of each client’s pattern.
  • Enable you to build functionally cohesive programs for each client.
  • Develop programs with a clear beginning and logical progression.

Intended Outcomes. Learn to:

  • Apply a non-judgemental descriptive language.
  • Identify the difference between compression and tension-based postural patterns.
  • Design programs to address a range of functional issues.
  • Accurately match your interventions to the client’s needs.

Method of Assessment:

  • Continuous practical assessment throughout the workshop.

Bristol

Dates

Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd November 2020

Location

Bristol

Venue

Pilates Moves, 2-3 Waring House, Redcliff Hill, Bristol BS3 6TB

Timings

9.30am to 4.30pm

Teachers

James Earls, Lucy Wintle & Mark Parfitt Jones

Cost

£295

Cancellation

Cancellations will occur a 25% administration fee. No refunds within one month of course start date.

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Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd November 2020

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