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October 5 @ 9:00 am - October 6 @ 5:00 pm

$100 – $725

Registration ends September 22th 2019
Late Fee begins September 6th 2019

The Center’s  8 hour Rocking and Rolling to Release course aims to help the end user feel release through the fascial, boney and muscular system.

Course Description

This course uses specific body positions coupled with gentle rocking movement to facilitate the release. A semi hard ball is used to further enhance the release by adding pressure. A softer ball is also used to help support the body as well as to aid in the rocking

The course comprises several “sequences” that will move the body through different planes of motion activating the fascial lines throughout and facilitating release. These sequences may be integrated into any group fitness/Pilates mat class.

Course objectives
To create an understanding of release in the body through movement sequences and positions
To understand the role of fascia in relation to bone and muscle
To understand tension free movement and breath and its effect on the body
To understand our primal need to rock
To understand how to implement this movement into class design

Course outline
Lecture
Overview of the fascial lines and fascial body
Primal movement- circles, spirals and oppositional movement
The difference between muscle activation and joint movement from the viewpoint of release
Understanding the connection between mobility and stability in release work

Practical
Standing work
Sitting work
Side lying work
Supine work
Prone work

There are two components to the course
Rocking– this part uses just the body in specific positions using rocking movement of the bones to
Rolling– will use a semi hard and soft ball to aid in the release.
Rocking and Rolling will use the balls in specific body positions to encourage full release through movement.
All practical sequences utilize the bones, muscles and fascia at one and the same time.
The practical sessions will teach you pace, breathing, focus and relaxation to further enhance the release of the body.

All practical sequences are designed to be integrated within your current workout session.

Workshop price– USD400. This includes one manual and two balls.

Continuing Education Credits Available
PMA
– Pilates Method Alliance-
ACE-American Council on Exercise-0.70
PAA– Pilates Alliance Australasia- 4 PDP

Day 2 Registration ends September 22th 2019 Late Fee begins September 6th 2019

The Center’s Pelvic floor course is a pre requisite for all of the courses in our curriculum. We base our courses on the movement of the pelvis and how it affects the rest of the female body. We will also look at the pelvic floor from a healthy standpoint rather than a problematic one.

Course description

This course will offer an in depth look at the anatomy and function of the pelvic floor, it application to movement and the breath and will discuss the reasons for dysfunction and how many of these problems can be prevented. Our approach contains both the scientific evidenced based research and the more holistic viewpoint of this most intimate part of the female body.

Course objectives

To understand the anatomy of the female pelvis and pelvic floor
To understand the function of the pelvic floor muscles, the fascial connections and the surrounding muscle groups and fascial connections.
To understand the change that occurs during pregnancy, birth, postpartum and menopause
To understand dysfunction in the pelvic area to include SI Joint and pelvic floor dysfunction and pubis symphasis derangement.
To understand the importance of correct movement to activate the pelvic floor
To understand the role of the breath in pelvic floor activation and rehabilitation
To understand the impact of the fascial connections through the pelvis

Course outline
Lecture

Anatomy of the pelvic floor including fascial connections
The use of bony cuing to activate the pelvic floor
The respiratory system and the connection to the pelvic floor
Muscle groups and fascia that support the pelvis

Dysfunction of the pelvis and pelvic floor

Pubis Symphasis Derangement

Breathing and the Pelvic Floor

Practical
The Formula
Releasing fascia- techniques for release
Realigning muscles- exercise design to help realignment

Strengthening- exercises for strength
Incorporating pelvic floor in exercise design

Fee USD650
Late Fee- USD725

All prices are listed in US Dollars ($)

Details

Start:
October 5 @ 9:00 am
End:
October 6 @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
$100 – $725
To learn more, please visit:
www.b-alignpilates.com

Venue

B-Align Pilates Studio
A2-3-3, Solaris Dutamas 1, Jalan Dutamas1
Kuala Lumpur, Selangor 50480 Malaysia
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Phone:
03-62078929
Website:
www.b-alignpilates.com

Tickets

Unlimited available
Both courses Late fee$725.00
Unlimited available
Rocking and Rolling to Release$400.00
Unlimited available
Support your Floor$350.00
2 available
TCFWF Teacher retake per day$100.00

Interested in bringing one of our courses to your studio?

Women’s Health is a fast growing area in today’s Pilates and Fitness world. The Center has been developing programs for women for the past 30 years. We are the leading brand of women’s health programs for Pilates and Fitness in the world. Our programs are taught in 39 countries and on all continents.

In addition to our certification programs and continuing education benefits for your team, our hosts who certify in our courses enjoy 3 months online support for their Women’s Health programs, the opportunity to be listed on our Certified Instructors page, and regular updates on new courses.

Download requirements for hosting a training

If you are interested in hosting a workshop or course in your studio or facility, email us at info@thecenterforwomensfitness.com