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10 min
Introduction to Balance
(2 min preview)
26 min
Exploring Center of Gravity
(2 min preview)
10 min
Vestibular System
(2 min preview)
14 min
Vestibular Stimulation
(2 min preview)
10 min
Vertigo
(2 min preview)
28 min
Vestibular Training
(2 min preview)
18 min
Visual System
(2 min preview)
10 min
Proprioceptive System
(2 min preview)
14 min
Proprioceptive Problems
(2 min preview)
14 min
Perturbation Training
(2 min preview)
10 min
Balance and Aging
(2 min preview)

Workshop 2132: Wobbly - Balance Workshop

2 hr 45 min
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What You'll Need:
Cadillac, Wunda Chair, Reformer
Join Mariska Breland in this workshop that first explores our historical understanding of balance – from Vincent Van Gogh to World War II landing crafts to space travel.

She’ll overview neurological factors that impact balance, including the visual, proprioceptive, and vestibular systems, as well as the integration of those systems within the central nervous system. Additionally, the workshop will cover musculoskeletal causes of balance difficulties, including hip and ankle strength, stability, and flexibility.

Objectives

- Begin to understand all of the systems of the body that play a role in balance

- Learn the different factors that can impact balance

- Learn ways you can begin to train balance for different needs


Once you purchase the workshop, you will have access to the pdf attachment. It will be located underneath the description.
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Jul 31, 2015
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The past workshop that I took, which I loved, included your slides. I don't see them on this one am I missing them? They really were helpful if I am not missing them can you send them?
1 year ago

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Hi Barb - yes there are slides. Standby and I'll try to get them posted! Apologies that they weren't up, yet!
1 year ago

Thanks so much! Great workshop
1 year ago

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Gia Calhoun (Moderator)
Barb ~ Thank you for letting us know that the slides were missing. I have added them to the workshop so you can download them and print them out. I'm glad you enjoyed this workshop!
1 year ago

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Thank you for including the slides! There is so much information. It is nice to be able to refer back!
Excellent and thorough presentation!
1 year ago

How do you purchase this workshop?
1 year ago

Gia Calhoun (Moderator)
Natasha ~ When you go to the workshop, there is a Buy Now button above the video. Once you click the button, it will prompt you to enter your payment information. I hope you enjoy it!
1 year ago

In spite of having experience in vestibular rehabilitation as a physical therapist, I have gained a greater understanding of balance disorders and interventions using the Pilates method after completion of this workshop. Admittedly, I needed to break out a vestibular rehabilitation book when taking the exam to refresh my memory. Informative and well presented.

1 year ago

Hi,

Is this workshop meant for instructors or can someone who experiences mild vertigo regularly benefit from it? I don't have the apparatus mentioned, if there's balance exercises in there with no props I could do regularly I'd consider purchasing, thanks for any reposnse
1 year ago

Hi Sue! Sorry for the delayed response. The workshop isn't really geared to instructors - it's about a general understanding of balance. A lot of the exercises (most probably) can be done without apparatus. For vertigo, if it is mild, one of the things that has worked well for me is walking on a treadmill (holding on) and turning my head slowly from side to side, and then turning my eyes slowly from side to side. I look up and down and left and right (and up left, down right, etc.) I discuss it in the workshop - why things like that can help. :)
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