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Diastasis recti is a common and debilitating condition that we see in our prenatal and post-partum clients, and even sometimes our weekend-warriors. As Pilates professionals we need to be able to recognize and safely train these clients, while also providing a challenging workout.
How do we do this? Rehabbing the Rectus is a one-day Pilates seminar that provides the tools necessary to evaluate and approach this population. The course builds a foundation of understanding from a multidisciplinary background. It presents the research, causes and potential consequences of diastasis recti. Trainers can experience first-hand the function of the abdominals, pelvic floor and myofascial connections in reconnecting the core. In-depth instruction is given on exercise guidelines and Pilates progressions. Trainers also learn how to effectively integrate props and splinting techniques, teach functional movement transitions and apply new knowledge to real-life clinical vignettes. By the end of Rehabbing the Rectus trainers possess the practical skills to both recognize diastasis recti and develop a safe and challenging regimen in the Pilates tradition.
Taught by Physical Therapist, Britt Van Hees and rehabilitation specialist, Josselyn Levinson-Dustin.
When: Sunday, November 8th