The upper body's structure has significant influence on our breathing, our nervous system and the translation of forces to the neck and head as well as through the lower back and pelvis.
On the flip side, we can ALSO say the opposite is also true!
Understanding these relationships in their complexity is truly fascinating ..
We know there are ‘pathways’ of muscles, nerves, and fascia which, when integrated optimally, allow us to create healthy movement patterns which are the base for improving endurance and then strength and, ultimately, performance.
Join us for a tour through all the fascial connections as we test breathing patterns, thoracolumbar movement, and the muscles that stabilize the shoulder.
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A course completion certificate is available following a quiz and a brief course evaluation.
All the benefits seen below are included for every course - no matter how you register!
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Grow your network learning alongside your peers for two days
Add new skills to your clinical tool box to attract new clients
Upskill your assessment protocol
Learn through guided case studies
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Meet a variety of new and experienced movement practitioners
Polish up your evaluation skills
Lots of time for practice!
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Easily ask questions and practice your new skills
Assessment templates & cheat sheets available online
Build your confidence with your clients
Ongoing support with client questions
Get the full course outline for our Assessment Level 3 - Part 2 Biomechanical Evaluation For The Upper Body. The course includes two full days of material, templates, checklists and support!