DATE(S): January 26, 2018 – January 28, 2018
Friday session will be at the studio, Saturday and Sunday sessions will be at Firethorne Country Club – 1108 Firethorne Club Drive (upstairs room)
People can bring lunch or eat at Firethorne
Friday, January 26 6:30 – 9:00 pm Overview
Saturday, January 27 9:00- noon ~The Fascial and Nervous Systems
1:00-4:00 pm – The Foot and Ankle
Sunday, January 28, 9:00 – noon ~ The Diaphragm and the Thoracic Spine
1:00 – 4:00 pm ~ The Shoulder Girdle
15 hours of lead contact hours for RYT 300
$250 or $220 if paid by April 30; $75 drop in rate available per session starting May 1
Come and explore the amazing structure and workings of the human body, together with its functional movement as it pertains to our asana practice. Gain a better understanding of the purpose for certain alignment cues, so that we might provide a more knowledgable experience both for ourselves and our students.
In this weekend study, we will discuss the articular and axial anatomy, as well as the fascial and nervous systems. After an introductory overview, we will dive deeper into three areas ~ the foot and ankle, the diaphragm and thoracic spine and the shoulder girdle.
We will explore certain movement patterns that might help us to identify areas of limited movement, as well as discuss ways to enhance our mobility while maintaining stability.
Dr. Bradley Wiest, DC, CSCS, F.I.A.M.A. is a partner at Carolina Sports Clinic. Brad has been practicing Chiropractic for 6 years in Charlotte and is the Team Chiropractor for the Carolina Panthers as well as Clinic Director for Carolina Sports Clinic. He holds certifications in Active Release Technique, Graston Technique, Dry Needling and is a licensed Acupuncturist. He has a passion for human movement and biomechanics and uses this to help fix injuries and prevent them from coming back.
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