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Primary Specialist Certificates

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Explore our Primary Specialist certificate programs

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Welcome to our new Primary Specialist certificate programs—developed to help you focus on particular areas of interest to serve your clients best. Programs are made up of key Body Harmonics Continuing Education courses and zero in on concepts so you can design programming in a tailored, targeted way.

Certificate

When you successfully complete all the necessary requirements, you receive a certificate that acknowledges completion of your chosen Specialist program.

Who attends?

• Pilates teachers/practitioners

• Yoga teachers/practitioners

• Physical/manual therapists

• Occupational/rehabilitation therapists

• Kinesiologists/osteopaths

• Sports trainers/coaches

• Dance/movement teachers

Essential Biomechanics Specialist

40 hours

• Build a Strong and Supple Spine
• Power and Balance for Hip and Knee
• Simplifying the Shoulder Complex
• Postural Analysis
• Gait Analysis
• Ethical and Conscious Touch
• Foot and Ankle: The Body’s Spring System
• Cervical Spine Mechanics and Protocols

Age-Related Movement Impairments Specialist

34 hours

• Foot and Ankle: The Body’s Spring System
• Arthritis: The Modern Epidemic
• Hip Replacements
• Pre- and Post-Rehab Solutions for Knee Replacements and ACL Reconstruction
• Cervical Spine Mechanics and Protocols
• Osteopenia, Osteoporosis and Orthopaedic Health
• Strength, Balance and Fall Prevention for Seniors

Pre-Post Natal Conditioning Specialist

30 hours

• Movement and Exercise for Pregnancy
• Towards a Healthy Pelvic Floor
• Post-Natal Reconditioning and Diastasis Recti Repair
• Breathing Mechanics and Protocols
• SI Joint: The Critical, Functional Link

Core Control and Systems Specialist

46 hours

• Core Integrity
• Unlock the Mighty and Mysterious Psoas
• Breathing Mechanics and Protocols
• SI Joint: The Critical, Functional Link
• Cervical Spine Mechanics and Protocols
• Myofascial Lines of Movement

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