May 252011
 

Registration is now open. You can register online or call 877-745-2837

Full details at Pilates.com

Rolling for Length, Rolling for Strength (Foam Roller Fiesta)
Saturday 7/16/2011 – Saturday 7/16/2011

Mat 1 Module
Friday 9/9/2011 – Sunday 9/11/2011

Anatomy In Clay 9/23-9/25

Reformer 1 and Movement Principles
Friday 10/7/2011 – Sunday 10/9/2011

Mat 2 Module
Friday 10/21/2011 – Sunday 10/23/2011

Trapeze Table, Chair and Barrels: Module 1
Friday 11/11/2011 – Sunday 11/13/2011

Reformer 2 Module
Friday 12/2/2011 – Sunday 12/4/2011

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  2. I hear you are going to do an Anatomy Trains weekend. Would be interested!
    Thanks,
    Linda

  3. Yes!
    Anatomy Trains for Movement Therapists (The whole class)

    Set your anatomy knowledge free! Thomas Myers’ Anatomy Trains® weekend intensives are holistic, fun and very useful. Completely transform your view of myofascial anatomy and expand your ability to assess your clients’ posture and movement.

    Course Objectives:
    – Understand basic properties and connected nature of fascia, and tensegrity applied to fascia and human movement.
    – A succinct and relevant introduction to geometry/character of the connective tissue, and the topology of fascial planes
    – Be able to identify and trace the 6 major and 6 supplemental fascial meridians along which movement, tension, and postural distortion travel
    – Be able to BodyRead™ postural patterns based on analysis of Anatomy Trains lines
    – Apply knowledge to construct alternative movement strategies to help unwind and resolve the patterns observed.

    Friday October 14th 3-7pm
    Saturday October 15th 10am-6pm
    Sunday October 16th 10am-5pm $135*

    To register call 503 780 2621 or email info@shellystephenson.com

    *These classes are offered in association with Anatomy Trains,
    but are not a certified Anatomy Trains course and do not satisfy the prerequisite for Kinesis certification trainings

    Learn more about Tom Myers Anatomy Trains at anatomytrains.com

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