Mark your calendars for August 2018! Learn how to work successfully with clients with neurological impairment with Mariska Breland, MS patient and specialist in neurological rehab training.
Pilates for Neurological Conditions is an advanced teacher training program for exercise professionals and physical therapists overviewing exercise for MS, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, and other neurological conditions. The course covers the disease process in depth, as well as how to work with its most common symptoms, including balance difficulties, weakness, muscle spasticity, bladder problems, gait abnormalities, as well as the principles and applications of neuromuscular rehabilitation and neuroplasticity in exercise.
Since the course covers so many problems common to the average student, teachers will benefit with tools to work with students of nearly every population, especially the aging, and those with neurological conditions or muscle imbalances. Pilates for Neurological Conditions is recognized with 16 CECs (continuing education credits) from the Pilates Method Alliance. It is also credit towards the Women’s Health Pilates Specialist Certificate™ through the Center for Women’s Fitness.
A companion 300+ page reference textbook with hundreds of exercises is included in the course fee (retail value of $269). Participants earn the certificate of “Specialist in Pilates-Based Exercise for Neurological Conditions.”
$750 covers the course and training materials. The course is appropriate for exercise instructors and physical therapists, and includes substantial mat work and small equipment exercise options.
Register up to 1 month in advance with discount code SAVEME75 for 10% off of the registration fee.
To register online, go to https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/ASP/adm/home.asp?studioid=10225 and click the Workshops tab.
3 Day Intensive Includes:
- The basics of working with clients with multiple sclerosis, stroke, and Parkinson’s disease
- Working with muscle imbalances
- Gait training
- Exercise for spasticity and rigidity, including how, when, and why to stretch for best results
- Balance exercises, including proprioception and vestibular training
- Neuroplasticity and the science of how to change the brain
- Exercise applications for other neurological impairments and even the healthy population
- 300+ page reference book with hundreds of exercises and detailed information on the topics above
- 16 PMA CECs
- Questions? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
About Mariska Breland
Mariska Breland – the content creator – is a comprehensively certified Pilates instructor (BASI training, certified through the PMA), with dual mentorships with Master teachers Julian Littleford and Jennifer Kries. She has additional training in movement strategies for amputees and traumatic brain injury; Pilates for injuries and pathologies; pre- and postnatal Pilates; as well as training protocols for athletes and for men. On top of Pilates, Mariska was a student of medical neuroscience through Duke University’s School of Medicine, has a holistic health counseling certi6ication through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition (then part of Columbia University’s continuing ed curriculum), and is a frequent guest writer – all over the internet. She is a visiting instructor on Pilates Anytime. Learn more at http://theneurorehabmovement.com