In this course you learn to analyze locomotion patterns that work from our feet, through the legs and hips, into the pelvis, and up the spine into shoulders. Based on the Spinal Engine theory, this course helps you see the gait mechanics as a whole body experience. Your ability to observe how we walk, and understand the intricacies of how movement is integrated as we walk, expands dramatically. You leave with a completely new way of seeing bodies and a repertoire of simple exercises that have profound and positive effects on a person’s gait mechanics.
- Gain an understanding of gait mechanics and its impact on functional movement
- Develop the skills to effectively observe gait mechanics and identify dysfunctional patterns
- Learn to make educated exercise choices to promote positive changes in the gait mechanics
- Practice a repertoire of exercises that positively affect gait mechanics
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