programs & workshops Workshops Taught by Peter Sheridan
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PILATES MAT CLASS FIVE WEEK WORKSHOP SERIES
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|DATE||Feb. 2 - Mar. 2, 2017|
|TIME||Thursdays 9am - 10am|
|PLACE||424-C Center St. Healdsburg|
707 433 2737
A return of the five week workshop, this Pilates Mat series will deepen understanding of muscle/skeletal relationships in movement and balanced alignment through in-depth exploration of the Pilates method of exercises on the mat.
We will combine visual presentations and discussions of that week’s focus area with a practice of their associated exercises on the mat that you can later do at home, no special equipment required!
PILATES MAT CLASS TEN WEEK WORKSHOP SERIES: Sept. - Nov. 2016
A continuation and further expansion upon the popular 5 week workshop series.
PILATES MAT CLASS FIVE WEEK WORKSHOP SERIES: Aug - Sept. 2016
This Pilates Mat mini-workshop series is designed to deepen understanding of muscle/skeletal relationships in movement and balanced alignment through in-depth exploration of the Pilates method of exercises on the mat.
FIND YOUR DOG
An in-depth look at Downward Dog (Adho Muka Syanasana), studying its musculoskeletal relationships, and exploring methods to enhance its ease and beauty.
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ROOTS & WINGS YOGA TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM
Anatomy Section, Weekend #2, The Extremities
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YOGAWORKS TEACHER TRAINING / ANATOMY WEEKEND
This two-day course is designed for those enrolled in the full 200-Hour Teacher Training Program through Yogaworks, but also may be taken as a stand-alone course. Course is to be held at Yoga on Center, in Healdsburg, CA, Saturday and Sunday, February 4th & 5th, 1-7pm both days.
FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SERIES
Learn to assess musculoskeletal imbalance in your client and how to guide them toward symmetry in posture and movement. Discover how to facilitate and maintain optimal alignment through refining functional exercises and stretches. We will identify the anatomy of the day's focus area (see Parts 1, 2 and 3 below) and its function, and discuss how to integrate this in Pilates-based movement, Yoga asana, therapeutic massage, and common resistance-based exercises. These are intermediate-level, lecture/lab-based courses, intended for Yoga and/or Pilates instructors, massage therapists, personal trainers, physical therapists, chiropractors, or anyone interested in functional anatomy.
- Identify the basic anatomy of the focus area, including origins/insertions/functions of the major muscle groups
- Assess focus area musculoskeletal imbalance
- Utilize specific techniques and employ proper sequencing to help restore musculoskeletal symmetry in posture and movement
Each workshop provides ACE 0.8 CECs