ADVANCED POSTURAL ANALYSIS & CORRECTIVE EXERCISES
NEXT COURSE DATE:
Saturday 18th April, 2020
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
701 Glenhuntly Road, Caulfield, Vic
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This workshop provides trainers with the knowledge necessary to conduct static and dynamic postural assessments of their clients. Analyzing the information correctly and prescribing an appropriate exercise program that will lead to restoring function and helping clients to feel better and move more effectively.
The workshop is broken down into eight different sections. Each section focuses on different factors of assessing posture, exercise prescription and typical postural conditions.
It initially focuses on what posture is and what contributes to poor posture. This then leads into common postural dysfunctions and an analysis of what muscles tighten up and which muscles lengthen and weaken. A full run through of a static and dynamic postural assessment is demonstrated. Time is then given to the participants to assess each other before the course moves into concentrating on appropriate exercise prescription that target’s in on certain postural conditions. This practical component covers foam roller techniques, functional stretches and integrated exercises which all assist in helping to restore function.
The workshop specifically covers the following:
- Posture – What is it?
- Examples of Ideal posture
- Length Tension Relationships between muscles at joints
- Myofascial Lines (how they affect posture?)
- The role of the big three mobility areas of the body (ankles, hips & thoracic spine)
- Postural dysfunctions/conditions
(anterior pelvic tilt, flat feet, thoracic kyphosis, lumbar, lordosis, scoliosis, rounded shoulders, elevated shoulders, internally rotated shoulders, winged scapula,
flat back posture, sway back posture and knocked knees)
- Analysis of short & tight muscles
- Joint mobility & stability
Observe & Practice the Following:
- Static posture assessment
- Dynamic posture assessment
- Creative games based warming up ideas
- Foam Roller techniques
- Mobilisers/Dynamic stretches
- Integrated/Corrective Exercises