Movement analysis: a new perspective on Pilates Anatomy
For most participants, movement analysis: a new perspective on Pilates Anatomy is a prerequisite to commencing Pilates Complete Mat certificate, Contemporary Reformer certificate and Comprehensive Pilates Studio certificate
“Anatomy of Movement” by Balandine Calais-Germain
We will have fun with the gorgeous skeleton Stanley playing with TheraBands as we go over origins and insertions!!!
You will learn new repertoire on all the studio equipment as we analyse moves.
You will understand the anatomy of the spine, hips, knees and shoulders and different pathologies and best moves for assisting these different issues.
“Lovely venue, intimate + warm – great value for money very informative & through!”
“This course was very beneficial and l have already applied to my work.”
“I valued most the mix of kinesthetic, slideshow, fun practical applications, and the latin terms expanded.”
1pm – 5pm Sundays – before each session there is a 11:30am class you can book into if you would like a workout before Anatomy starts. At the end of each session I am free for a one hour mentoring session this is $99 and will run from 6pm – 7pm. The cost is the same for 1, 2 or 3 people to attend.
December 1 January 12 and 19, March 2, 9, and 30
Session one: general anatomy revision, bones, planes, contractions, joints
Session two: spine, core and alignment
Session three: hips and knees
Session four: shoulder
Session five: review
Review of mechanics of breathing
Review the spine, bones, movements, muscles
Review neutral pelvis – movement & alignment of the pelvis, pelvic floor muscles & function – safe exercises for plevic floor issues
Scapular movement and alignment deviations – anatomy of the shoulder girdle, shoulder pathologies and exercise soultions Joints and movements, types of joints, anatomical position and joint movement terminology
Muscles and their movement, movement planes, incuding best plane to work on for hip pathologies
Types of muscle contractions and muscle roles and how we can use this to benefit our clients
Key stabilizing muscles for optimal efficiency of movement, transversus abdominis, vmo, multifidus, pelvic floor, glute medius, serratus. Origins and insertions and how this helps with understanding muscle roles
Review the knee joint, the hip joint, the SIJ, pubic symphysis, the shoulder girdle, common pathologies and exercise solutions for these
I am very proud to announce this course is approved with 16 CPE points with the Australian Traditional Medicine Society
and APMA with 20 CEC’s