Theory and Practice II provides expanded information in the form of guest lectures by medical professionals and scholars in the field of movement science as well as additional required readings.
Common problems, anomalies and pathologies are identified along with strategies to address them using Pilates equipment and exercises.
The required readings provide information on the subjects of spinal deviations and mechanics, the nature of pain, and neuromuscular repatterining.
The lectures include:
- Lumbo-Pelvic Dynamics and Dysfunction
- The Reflexes and Developmental Patterns
- The Development of the Nervous System and the Evolutionary Roots of Movement
- The Biomechanics of Gait and Characteristics of the Foot and Ankle
PLEASE NOTE that all workshops are in 3-day formats, Saturday-Monday for a total of 18 hours.
There are two, 3-hour sessions per day: 10am-1pm and 2:30-5:30pm with a 1 ½ hour lunch break.