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BASI Continuing Education

Physio Logic Pilates & Movement is proud to be the New York City host site for BASI Pilates Teacher Training and Advanced Education Programs.

Open to all Pilates professionals regardless of their original certification, BASI Pilates Advanced Education provides a structured program that ensures everyone the opportunity to stay on the leading edge of the Pilates Method and continue growing within the Pilates profession.

Join us for our 2017 Advanced Education workshops at Physio Logic Pilates & Movement:

SHOULDER BIOMECHANICS AND PILATES – THE BASIC FIVE -AND- LOW BACK PAIN & PILATES: EXTENSION-BASED PROGRAMS

Shoulder Biomechanics and Pilates – The Basic Five (3 hours)

Presenter: Karen Clippinger

Various reserach studies recommend that five exercises be included in training programs to promote optimal movement of the shoulder complex and help avoid shoulder problems. This workshop will translate these recommendations into Pilates-based exercises with anatomically-based cues that can be readily added to arms series or mat classes with bands. (This course is approved by the PMA for 3 CECs)

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Low Back Pain & Pilates: Extension-Based Programs (3 hours)

Presenter: Karen Clippinger

Low back pain is prevalent and the same Pilates exercise can aid or aggravate different clients. This workshop will focus on understanding the common low back conditions of disc injury, flat back posture, and osteoporosis, as well as why spinal extension can aid and spinal flexion can aggravate them. Participants will learn novel Pilates-based exercises and modifications for classical Pilates exercises designed to build necessary three-dimensional core strength that emphasize tolerated positions while avoiding positions that tend to aggravate these conditions. (This course is approved by the PMA for 3 CECs)

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May 07, 2017 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

SACROILIAC FUNCTION AND PILATES PROGRAM DESIGN

Presenter: Karen Clippinger, MSPE

This workshop will include a discussion of the sacroiliac joint, its key function as part of the link between the lower extremity and spine, and its common dysfunction and associated pain. Participants will learn Pilates-based exercises than can be used to help restore stability and more desired function of this vital joint. Use of cueing and position modifications will also be provided for selected classical repertoire aimed at preventing injury or aggravation of chronic conditions in this area.

This course is approved by the PMA for 6 CECs

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