The Knee: Reformer Programming for Stability & Function
The knee is a complex structure that can experience any number of injuries or conditions that interrupt normal functioning. This lecture/demo-style workshop, developed by the Merrithew™ team, begins by exploring the anatomy and biomechanics involved in the normal, healthy functioning of the knee, followed by a discussion of some of the more common dysfunctions caused by injury or disease. Lastly, learn a variety of exercise progressions using the Pilates Reformer and accessories designed to be implemented in a post-rehabilitative setting to rebuild normal muscle action and movement patterning. Designed to prepare the body for specific activities and enhance performance, these exercises can challenge and promote optimal functioning.
- Understand optimal function and movement patterns of the knee joint
- Review anatomy, biomechanics and muscular components
- Understand how common dysfunctions can cause pain and discomfort
- Learn exercises and progressions on the Reformer to optimize knee joint function
Course Dates: Saturday June 22, 2019
Course Times: 12:00-2:00am
Course Fee: $90.00
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