When you book your ticket, you will be able to choose (FREE and included in the overall price):
One workshop and one lecture over the weekend.
One lecture on each of Saturday and Sunday
You may also choose one early morning workshop over the weekend.
Once you have booked your workshop/afternoon lectures, you will not be able to change these choices until you arrive at the venue via the Workshop Desk (subject to availability).
Fascia-focused movement: principles and practices for movement educators and manual therapists
N.B. This workshop is held at the Crowne Plaza
The design of Fascia-focused movement programs requires new consideration of all elements of program design. Research on the neuromyofascia system suggests new criteria for exercise sequencing, new choices of movement tempo and rhythm and different language for verbal cueing as well as clarification of the quality and direction of touch cues. An overview of the current research and publications on fascia in motion prepares movement educators and therapists to apply these findings to the practice and teaching of mat sequences. No props or apparatus are required. It is useful to have access to a stable wall. The sequences include movements that support standing balance and gait. They are practiced in side lying, quadruped, supine, bridging, prone, kneeling, standing and standing on one leg. Movements that develop elastic recoil are addressed. Recommendations are made for clients with hip or knee replacement or other conditions that limit mobility.
Elizabeth Larkam, PMA- CPT, is internationally recognized as an innovator of movement practice and education. She is a pioneer of the PMA® initiative Heroes in Motion® and was awarded the Medal of the Danish Society of Military Medicine in recognition of her efforts to improve the rehabilitation of wounded soldiers. While working at Saint Francis Memorial Hospital, 1985-2000, Elizabeth created Pilates protocols for orthopaedic, spine and chronic pain diagnoses. As Director of Pilates & Beyond for Western Athletic Clubs, she developed the internationally acclaimed Mind & Body Center. Elizabeth is a Feldenkrais® practitioner and a Gyrotonic® and Gyrokinesis® instructor. She authored the book Fascia in Motion: Fascia-focused movement for Pilates (Handspring, October 2017) and the Pilates chapter for the book Fascia in Sport and Movement (Handspring, 2015). Elizabeth is a Distinguished Instructor with 30 programs on Pilates Anytime and 6 on fusionpilatesedu.com. She is a Balanced Body Master Instructor and Mentor.
Requirements for course:
Open to practising therapists and movement teachers.
Wear loose, comfortable, layered clothing in order to be prepared for room temperature.
Please bring a Yoga mat.
N.B. This workshop is held at the Crowne Plaza, 15 minutes’ walk from the venue. First floor – lift available. Parking free – register car at Reception on arrival