The course is a combination of pilates, yoga and Osteopathy.
In this course you will learn the anatomy of the lumbar spine and pelvis. We will look at common reasons people experience back pain and what you can do to learn to manage your back pain and potentially prevent it from worsening over time.
Knowledge is power. The more you know your body, the more you can participate in your healing process.
This course is also suitable for yoga and pilates instructors who would like to expand there knowledge so that they can better serve students who are attending their classes and have experienced back pain.
Wednesdays 18h30 CET (9:30AM PST) 90 minutes starting November 18th.
Dates: Nov 18, 25th, Dec 2nd, 9th, 16th 2020
Price: (75 € for all 5 classes)
Times are listed in Central European Time (Paris) unless otherwise stated.
Once you pay you will be sent a link and password to enter the Zoom classroom. The classroom will be open a few minutes before class.
If you have any questions write to me.
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