Pilates for Back Pain - 19 December 2020 (MASTER COURSE)
Lower Back Pain is an all too common side-effect of our 21st-century lifestyle. Too much time spent sitting down leads to tightness and weakness in the main muscles that connect the spine to the pelvis and the legs. In this workshop, we will take a look at the Iliopsoas, Quadratus Lumborum and Piriformis muscles. We will explore how their hypertension and/or weakness can contribute to back pain and discover which exercises in the classical Pilates System are particularly useful and effective in addressing these issues.
19 December 2020 – 2 PEAK CECs
Master Instructor: Trevor Schoonraad
🇬🇧 09.00 - 11.00
🇪🇺 10.00 - 12.00
🇸🇦 12.00 - 14.00
Mat and Towel. Notepad and pen for note-taking.
You will receive:
- A live interactive webinar that includes a PowerPoint lecture on the anatomy and physiology of lower back pain.
- Downloadable PPT slides.
- Downloadable exercise lists of the exercises covered in the workshop.
Why take this course?
This workshop will equip you with the skills and tools to better identify the root cause of lower back pain. It will provide you with a deeper anatomical knowledge and understanding of the underlying issues surrounding non-specific back pain to better guide you in your application of the Pilates system.
- The effect of the Iliopsoas, QL and Piriformis muscles on lumbopelvic stability and lower back pain.
- How to identify dysfunction in any of those muscles.
- Exercises selection and techniques to affect healthy change in the balance of those muscles