Our nervous system is vital to our daily movement and function and yet it remains one of the most elusive and least understood systems. This course is based on the latest research on the brain and how it can adapt and change its structure in response to information. You gain an understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the nervous system, as well as the system pathways responsible for perceiving and moving within our environment. You leave with ability to fine-tune your cueing so you draw the responses you want in your clients. You also learn how to design exercises that better access the nervous system for improved motor control and awareness.
- Learn basic neurophysiology and how to link it to teaching movement
- Discover how movement works in the body according to its neurological underpinnings
- Find out how the brain functions and how it can adapt and change in response to information
Note: This course lays the groundwork for Neurophysiology 201, where specific conditions are addressed.
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