STOTT PILATES Optimization of the Lumbo-Pelvic Region
This workshop developed by the Merrithew™ team consists of both lecture and practical application. The workshop explores the anatomy and biomechanics involved in a normal healthy functioning lumbo-pelvic region then applies these fundamentals in an effort to optimize function. The first part entitled Form & Function, covers the functional anatomy and therapeutic foundational concepts within the context of the lumbar spine, pelvis, hip and all associated musculature. The second part presents the Programming & Application of STOTT PILATES® exercises. This practical section relates the theory already learned to identify programming priorities and determine appropriate exercises designed to optimize the function of the lumbo-pelvic region.
- Review the functional anatomy of the lumbo-pelvic region
- Understand the integrated model of joint stability and muscle classification system within the context of the lumbo-pelvic region
- Understand current concepts of stability, review stabilization strategies and understand programming goals for the lumbo-pelvic region
- Apply STOTT PILATES Biomechanical Principles of core stability, breathing and alignment to all exercises
- Develop recognition of optimal and non-optimal movement patterns
Equipment used in this workshop
- Pilates Mat
- 7.5" Mini Stability Ball™
- 12" Mini Stability Ball
- Foam Roller™
- 2lb Toning Ball™
- 55" Stability Ball
- Foam Cushion 'A'
- Foam Cushion 'B'
- Workshop Length: 6 hours
- 6.0 REPs CPDs
- 6.0 STOTT PILATES CECs