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Workshop #3708

Interoception in Movement

2 hr 30 min - Workshop
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Description

Join Elizabeth Larkam and Tom Myers in their workshop where they look at the interplay between proprioception and interoception to see how we can use these concepts to better serve our clients. They first explain how interoception affects us neurologically, then they show different movement patterns that will help refine our teaching styles.

Objectives

- Learn about interoception and how it impacts how and why we move

- Learn more about the nervous system and how it is connected to different receptors such as the interoceptors

- Learn movement patterns that will give a balance between comfort and challenge so that you can improve proprioceptors without shocking the interoceptors

What You'll Need: Wunda Chair, Cadillac, Reformer, Mat, Stability Sling (2), Towel, Jump Board, Reformer Box

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Jul 26, 2019
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Transcript

Welcome to Polonious anytime. I'm Elizabeth Larkam and I'm Tom Myers. We are so happy to be with you back with you for a third workshop. Tom, I've really been looking forward to being with you because...

Continuing Education Credits

If you complete this workshop, you will earn:

3.0 credits from Pilates Method Alliance (PMA)

The PMA is a professional association and certifying agency for the Pilates industry.

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Comments

2 people like this.
Thank you Elizabeth and Tom! This curriculum is so important to increase the efficacy of Pilates, Yoga and beyond.  I am excited to learn more about Interoception as the research unfolds~
Grateful to you Vajra for appreciating interoception and starting the comments for this workshop. the I agree with you about the value of interoception in enhancing movement education and practice.
2 people like this.
Deep gratitude for this workshop and the continued exploration of the work and human embodiment  expressed by Elizabeth and Tom.
Bless you and Thank you!  
So glad Mindi that you find this workshop valuable. This means a lot since you are very active on Pilates Anytime since 2010! Thank you very much.

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