- Instructor: Karine Weyland
- Lectures: 1
- Duration: 3 days
What is the Rehab Program?
The Rehab Program is specifically for licensed health care professionals, and movement/fitness professionals wishing to integrate modified Pilates exercises and principles into their practices.
Who can take the LPSS course?
LPSS is a program tailored for movement professionals who want to expand their knowledge in Pilates.
Prerequisite: It is necessary to have experience in Pilates, to take the course. You don’t need any physio background to enroll.
Note: This course includes hands-on techniques, so you must be comfortable with tactile cueing.
What is the purpose of the course?
This course will help you understand Lombo-Pelvic and Scapular Stabilization. We will review the biomechanics of the body, you will learn how to identify patterns and the limitations of clients, help their condition and correct alignment throughout their movement. Light equipment including balls, bands, and rollers will be used to emphasize lumbo -pelvic and scapular stabilization, and the role they play in rehabilitation and injury prevention.
What to expect from the course?
Typically, this course is conducted over 3 days. Participants will learn how to:
– Observe and examine the therapeutic foundations of the Pilates principles
– Observe and understand optimal and non-optimal movement strategies, and how they correlate with pain and pathology
– Develop the ability to assess proper form for each exercise and how to correct improper execution
– Facilitate the patient’s cognitive involvement in rehabilitation through cuing techniques and tactile facilitation.
– Consider the integration of Pilates exercises into their clients’ and patients’ routines
Techniques we use?
We will show you how Pilates and most recent studies are combined to form a functional system of movement.
You will understand how poor movement patterns can affect your health and the importance of rehabilitating correct patterns for clients.
You will begin to appreciate soft tissue tightness or restriction, and muscle contraction or weakness.
We will discuss how you can develop strategies to deal with these.
You will learn how to enhance your skills as a movement teacher: how to quickly observe poor movement, and how to make your instructions clear and easy to understand for your clients.
Funding (exclusively for France)