Join STOTT PILATES® Master Trainer PJ O’Clair in beautiful Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA
for the newly released
Fascial Movement Foundation Course, Level One
Pj Oclair, STOTT PILATES® Master Trainer and award-winning IDEA Program Director of the Year 2008, tells us about the newly released MERRITHEW™ Fascial Movement Foundation Course, Level One. Join us in Manchester-by-the-Sea November 3rd – 5th Fascial Movement, Fascia, Pilates Education, Pilates Instructor, Merrithew, PJ O’Clair
Northeast Pilates @ clubXcel
6 School Street
Manchester, MA 01944
Friday, November 3, 1:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Saturday, November 4, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday, November 5, 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
$985., course workbook included
In addition all students must purchase the required textbook:
Fascia in Sport and Movement by Robert Schleip*
*can be purchased online
The MERRITHEW Fascial Movement Foundation Course, Level One is intended for those already working in the fields of fitness, therapeutic movement and rehabilitation. The lecture component of the course reviews basic fascial anatomy and physiology and explores the latest research findings on the neuromyofascial skeletal system. The application component of the course introduces the proprietary MERRITHEW Fascial Movement Variables (FMV’s). These movement variables are applicable to all forms of exercise; Pilates, yoga, dance, barre, athletic conditioning, sports performance, and rehabilitation.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
1. Identify the components of fascia and be able to explain its role and relevance to movement.
2. Articulate the difference between tensegrity and traditional force and lever-based biomechanics.
3. Define the MERRITHEW Fascial Movement Variables, (FMV’s); Bounce, Sense, Expand & Hydrate.
4. Develop programs for clients of all levels using the MERRITHEW FMV’s
Fitness professionals, movement therapists, personal trainers, yoga instructors, Pilates trainers, a variety of somatically driven movement modalities and manual therapists looking for simple movement techniques to enhance their therapeutic practices. Pre-requisites: A solid understanding of functional anatomy and biomechanics.
18 scheduled hours including breaks (16 hours of actual course time)
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