Rethinking Movement Flagstaff Arizona - Sept 7-8th 2019 - With Andy Hsieh and Jesse Prescott
Sep
7
to Sep 8

Rethinking Movement Flagstaff Arizona - Sept 7-8th 2019 - With Andy Hsieh and Jesse Prescott

  • 2529 East 7th Avenue Flagstaff, AZ, 86004 United States (map)
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We need to be able to move in order to get out of pain, stay out of pain, get stronger, more mobile, agile, age gracefully etc.

The questions is: What if we don’t have access to the movements that are supposed to help? What if all the good movements hurt when we are doing them?

We know that glute bridges are supposed to help glute strengthening, but what if now matter how hard we try, we don’t feel the glutes when doing this exercise?

We know Squats are good for the body, but why does the knee, back or shoulder always hurt while we are doing these? Not matter what variation we try? “something doesn’t feel right”, "I know what I need to do but my body is not allowing me to do so”

- What’s going on here?

This are the questions we strive to answer.

During our workshop, we will explain why this is happening, HOW to ASSESS these situations, teach YOU what to Feel, what to look for in your client’s movements. WHEN to APPLY the corrective strategies.

Then Introduce you to our RRAMP Method - Release, Reset, Activate, Move, Progress - So you have a simple, malleable and adaptable system you can use for yourself and your clients whenever you need.


Coming up in Flagstaff Arizona on Sept 7&8th.

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Killer Kettlebell Complexes - Phil McDougll
Sep
28
10:00 AM10:00

Killer Kettlebell Complexes - Phil McDougll

For all trainers and movement enthusiasts who want to learn how to use kettlebells in different ways than traditional forms.

> Receive 0.5 NASM CEUs, PDF manual, certificate
> Learn how to create full body tension for strength training, and how to release it
> Learn how to create force using focused deep core activation and breath
> Learn how to execute the main ingredients (lifts) for the most effective kettlebell complexes
> Learn how to improve movement with kettlebell lifting
> Learn about the benefits of using offset kettlebells
> Be guided through the highest value kettlebell complexes for targeting specific goals
> Learn how to create your own recipes to achieve fat loss, strength or hypertrophey
> Challenge your brain and learn some new moves
> Expect to be physically challenged

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IKN Approach. October 12th and 13th
Oct
12
to Oct 13

IKN Approach. October 12th and 13th

With Kyle Paxton and Ryan Foley

This is a 16 hour 2-day in person course open to anyone who is interested including physical therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, athletic trainers, occupational therapists, osteopaths, and medical doctors. This course will provide an extremely detailed understanding of the IKN approach focused at decreasing pain and improving overall function

Attendees can expect to dive into great detail about the fundamental principles of our system and how to help themselves, but more specifically patients and clients to achieve stronger more pain free bodies.

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Parkour Movement Fundamentals November 2nd and 3rd
Nov
2
to Nov 3

Parkour Movement Fundamentals November 2nd and 3rd

In the intensive Movement DNA workshop you will be exposed to new ways of thinking about physical foundation concepts such as strength, agility and resilience.

We will explore how and why some movement practices create truly adaptive, dynamic and coordinated individuals through a constraints-led model of motor practice. We will learn fundamental practical movement skills and principles and apply them in a variety of situations to explore our movement potential.

We will study the vital difference between developing the function and a function of the human body, understanding why elite performance often precludes health and why the modern definition of strong is anything but.

We will learn why training outside, in context, is an essential addition to any health/fitness program, in terms of both physical and mental health.

We will experience the truth that movement is a neural matter, and that it is your mind and not your body which limits your movement potential.

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Adaptable Polarity with Jordan Terry November 16- 17th 2019
Nov
16
to Nov 17

Adaptable Polarity with Jordan Terry November 16- 17th 2019

At its simplest form, Adaptable Polarity Series (APS) developed from the idea that we, as humans, need to adapt to all sorts of occasions in our lives, and the world that we live in is continually moving and consistently inconsistent. This movement of life does however have a fundamental principle to flow from one pole to another: night to day, summer to winter etc. It is everywhere in the universe, and from this principle the idea of Adaptable Polarity Series was born.

APS is a dynamic system of touch, awareness, assessing and testing that allows anyone to work with the structure and flow of the human body while simultaneously adding to and honoring each individuals tool box of modalities, skills, and current level of awareness. Additionally, APS helps to provide an organization to any therapist’s individual tool box recognizing there is a place and space for everything.

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