Provider: Of-CourseOnline
Type: Online Course
CEC Credits: ACE 0.7 CECs

Help Clients Move Better By Conducting Assessments and Identifying Compensations

As a health and exercise professional, one of your main goals is to help your clients move better. How can you know what really is keeping them from optimal movement? The answer is through movement assessments. In this course led by Tanya Thompson, founder and owner of Pilates Unlimited – the Art of Movement™, you will learn how to conduct comprehensive body and postural assessments. You will also understand common compensations that occur when clients perform exercises and the reasons why they happen. With this knowledge, you will able to identify discrepancies and restrictions, and will be able to incorporate vital movement principles and assessment exercises into your client-specific programs.

You will learn:

  • A comprehensive movement assessment program that can be used for all clients taking their restrictions and state of mind into consideration
  • The 5 movement principles
  • A comprehensive understanding of postural assessment
  • The differences between a movement assessment and a postural assessment
  • To view, assess and correct compensations

Reviews

Great course! This course is very thorough and informative. The information is clearly presented and there are concepts and assessments that are very helpful and easily applicable to real-client scenarios. The quizzes are challenging and sometimes asks for information from the videos so it's helpful to take notes.

I really enjoyed Tanya's upbeat teaching style and found the program very informative. You really need to pay attention and take good notes as a lot of the quizz questions are not in the written material. I believe it's stated that the course is 2 hours but with all the video's it takes much longer. Would love to see more courses from this course provider/instructor.

Tanya is amazing! Organized presentation, excellent content and very educational. Applicable to every one of my clients to improve program design.