Happy Halloween Upside-Down Pilates fans! Don’t forget to sign up for our Neuromuscular Reeducation Teacher Training, group Pilates classes and follow along with Lisa Orig in her thoracic side sequence video
It’s not too late to apply for our
NEUROMUSCULAR RE-EDUCATION CERTIFICATION
Upside-Down Pilates Comprehensive Teacher Training Course!!!
Online Module opens on October 02, 2017! Live meetings:
November 05, 2017 – 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM
December 10, 2017 – 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM
The goal of the Neuromuscular Re-education Certification Course is to build health and enhance performance, particularly within the pillar of health: neuromuscular efficient movement.
The Neuromuscular Re-education Certification course is open to anyone with a desire or passion to help others and puts incredible clinical tools right in your hands — and the skills to use them. You’ll receive comprehensive training plus case management assistance on specific postural and movement assessments. You may build your reputation and business success upon what you learn in the Neuromuscular Re-education Certification Course. You can even take the Neuromuscular Re-education Certification Course just to work on your own health.
Easy online modules to adapt to your schedule!
Our upcoming course online modules open up on October 02, 2017 but you can still register up until the first live meeting on Sunday, November 05, 2017. First five online modules must be completed prior to the first live meeting.
Live meeting can be attended via google hangouts, so do not let distance stop you. Coming to the studio is the best option if possible though. Doing live meeting privately is also an option.
$1295 registration by October 30th if paid in full.
Monthly payment plans available. Registration $125 for 12 months.
To apply for this course please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application or to set up your payment plan.
In this video, Lisa Orig shares a thoracic side sequence to fire up your internal and external obliques as well as connect into your serratus anterior. These exercises help to balance right to left asymmetries such as scoliosis. Click on the image above to view video and follow along with Lisa!