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Trainer Workshop: Beginning to Advanced Progressions with Flow on the Reformer
Apr
12
4:00 PM16:00

Trainer Workshop: Beginning to Advanced Progressions with Flow on the Reformer

This workshop will teach several sequences, from beginner to advanced, that introduce clients to the Reformer with the ITT Pilates principles. These exercise progressions include transitions for a sequence that flows, encouraging the participant to remain in their body. This is the ideal way to help your clients gain self-control and independence in their training.

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Practice Lab 8: Movement of the Head and Neck
Apr
26
4:00 PM16:00

Practice Lab 8: Movement of the Head and Neck

In this chapter of CENTERED Practice, we investigate the cervical spine with self-awareness techniques to release superficial neck muscles that create pain and discomfort; learn how to mobilize the neck with ease; and restore strength and balance between muscles on all sides of the neck, especially the anterior and posterior cervical muscles.

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GATHER Intensive Training with Madeline Black
Mar
15
to Mar 23

GATHER Intensive Training with Madeline Black

Madeline Black is offering an opportunity to work with her intensively here at A Body of Work. She will reference her book "Centered" and add advanced movement skills that create instant, positive changes in the body. Experience first hand the Madeline Black "Centered" techniques, movement science in motion and receive personal feedback that deepens your capability as a movement specialist based in Pilates, Yoga, and GYROTONIC®.

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Centered Practice Lab 7: Weight Bearing on the Hands
Feb
22
4:00 PM16:00

Centered Practice Lab 7: Weight Bearing on the Hands

Explore the link from shoulder to elbow and wrist, and how to create balanced alignment through the chain for weight bearing exercises. Using techniques from Madeline Black’s book CENTERED, we will endeavor to reset the mobility and stability of the scapula through a combination of hands-on and movement techniques engaging surrounding muscles, releasing fascial restrictions, and improving coordination of the shoulder with the arm and thorax.

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