The NeuroRehab Movement provides advanced education and training programs for Pilates instructors, fitness professionals, physical therapists, and people living with MS, stroke, and other neurological conditions.
3-Day Pilates for Neurological Conditions Course
Our acclaimed 3-day course covers the multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, and stroke disease processes in depth, as well as issues common to many neurological diseases, including balance difficulties, weakness, muscle spasticity and rigidity, bladder problems, and gait abnormalities. You will also learn how to assess causes of balance problems, work with single side weakness to create better muscle balance, diagnose ineffective compensations and help remedy them, how and when to stretch to manage spasticity, and techniques to create “detour circuitry” in the brain and spinal cord to work around existing nervous system damage, and much more.
2-Day Advanced Pilates for Neurological Conditions Workshop
In this course you'll dive even deeper into working with clients who have neurological disorders. You will learn advanced movement principles, how to design rehabilitation sessions, exercise cuing and execution, effective homework exercises, and more. You will leave feeling empowered to help your clients to regain some control over their bodies and to alleviate aches and pains.
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Mariska has three educational workshops available on Pilates Anytime that you can watch from home...anytime! Click to learn more about Neuroscience & Exercise, Wobbly - Balance Workshop, and Fear Workshop.
Mariska and Meghann are available for Skype consults to answer questions and give advice on working with clients. Email for rates and availability.
Want to delve deep in working with clients with neurological diseases? We offer a year-long program tailored to your goals, your current clients, and your special needs and interests. Click to learn more and get in touch.
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