Arcus for Hip & Knee Replacement is a one day course, where you will gain knowledge, problem solving skills, and exercises for helping your clients move with greater confidence.
Learn:

  • How to assess and establish a timeline for clients that are planning for and recovering from hip and knee replacements
  • Contraindications at various stages of recovery
  • 25+ exercises to address specific movement problems at prehab and post rehab

Date & Time: June 9, 2017. 1pm-7pm PST

Pre-requisite: All levels welcome, basic understanding of anatomy and pilates recommended

Duration: 1 Day (6 hours) and CEC’s: 6

Contact Person: Darya Bronston 805-967-7770

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Growing old does not have to mean giving up on an active lifestyle. Whether it’s continuing to play tennis or golf or simply playing with grandchildren, today’s elders do not easily relinquish the activities that have sustained them throughout their long lives. Pilates can keep the mature population active, but the instructors who deal with them need to understand the limitations of their elderly clients.

This workshop deals with the musculoskeletal issues, diseases and other physical changes that are common in the older population. You will learn modifications and variations to the original BASI repertoire and discuss the specific needs of this age group. By applying the correct tools, variations and precautions, you will be able to take your clients safely through a session that will assist them in maintaining an active quality of life.

By the end of this workshop you will have both the knowledge and the confidence to work with this wonderful population!

Single day training takes place Saturday, December 3, 2016 from 9am to 4pm. Space is limited.

Earn 8 PMA CECS.

Tuition: $250

To register, contact BASI Pilates (949) 574-1343 or go online to http://www.basipilates.com/education/class/1854/pilates-for-the-mature-client/


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