Optimizing Movement using the Pilates Environment
Christine Romani-Ruby PT, D.Ed., MPT, ATC, PMA®CPT
This series of courses will assist the rehabilitation professional in assessing and promoting healthy movement using the Pilates repertoire. Each 10-hour course in the 5 part series will progress the therapist in using the functional movements of Pilates to assess the neuromuscular system and then assist the client in optimizing their movement patterns to reduce pain, optimize function, and prevent injury. Each course will make use of the mat work and all of the Pilates apparatus.
Pre-requisites: This course is best for rehabilitation professionals such as PT, PTA, OT, RN, MD, ATC, etc and/or experienced Pilates instructors. Students should have prior Pilates training.
Rehab Specialist I
Adopting a visual scan. In this course explore how distal movements and positions can reveal proximal imbalances. Then use them to teach new movement patterns.
CEU's: PMA 10, and PHI 10
Textbooks and DVD's are not included. Textbooks will be available for sale at the trainings and recommended manuals are:
The Pilates Chair: Challenge the Core Manual
Pilates: Using Small Props for Big Results Manual
PHI Pilates Tower/Cadillac Manual
New Reformer Manual