FAST Therapy (Lower Body)- 16 CEU's Williston, VT
Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 8:30 AM - Sunday, October 14, 2012 at 6:00 PM (EDT)
FAST Therapy is a comprehensive approach designed to help an individual maintain balance and well-being. The human body is a beautifully complex entity whose function is affected by mental, emotional, and physical factors. All three factors need to be considered in order to achieve and maintain optimal health and wellness.
During the lecture the latest research on fascia, Biotensegrity, and their importance will be discussed. The concepts of understanding the Who, What, and How of each client are introduced and treatments presented.
The manual portion of FAST Therapy is rooted in the principles of AIS: an intricate, dynamic form of stretching based in the fundamental actions of joints, ligaments, and muscles that help the body to become more efficient via increased ROM, and muscular re-education.
FAST Therapy takes AIS one step further by addressing the fact that you cannot maintain flexibility without stabilizing the whole person. Once the muscles and surrounding fascia has been released with AIS, the body-mind complex needs to be re-trained to function in its renewed state. This is accomplished by assisting the individual to become aware of the changes that have come about during body mechanic re-education and strength training, and the myriad ways the changes will manifest in their Activities of Daily Living (ADL).
As greater flexibility and strength are achieved an individual can maintain structural and functional balance, leading to increased stamina and improved health. By combining AIS, strength training, and awareness of the mental/emotional changes created as the individual leaves a state of ‘Dis-Ease”, FAST Therapy practitioners can help to restore an individual’s overall wellness and empower their health.
What You'll Learn in this Course:
- Assess the your clients range of motion limitations
- Isolate and stretch individual muscle for your clients and yourself
- Re-establish muscular balance with restored joint range of motion
- Increase stability through increased strength
- Apply these techniques to assist recovery from disease, disorders and injury
- Client Communication to create individualized cues
- Use proper body mechanics for you and your clients
- Understanding of emotional restrictions and how to work with your clients
- Empower your clients to stretch themselves
- Gain awareness of the effects of fascia and its importance to our well being
When & Where
Our Seminars are attended by a multitude of health and fitness professionals including: Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Massage Therapists, Physical Therapists, Athletic & Personal Trainers, Coaches and Athletes.
Your time and credits are valuable! Here's why you or your clients should consider a Seminar taught by Marjorie Brook to enhance your career or personal health.
Every Seminar is:
Personalized - attendance is kept to a minimum to allow for individual attention from the instructor. In large seminars, there will be qualified assistants to see that every student gets the hands-on guidance they need.
Informative - course material is presented in a multitude of formats to accommodate individual learning curves. The textbooks written by Marjorie Brook are extremely detailed and designed to appeal to the wide range of practitioners and therapists needs.
Comprehensive - Focused lecture combined with ample hands-on workshops and review sessions provide a comfortable, easy atmosphere for optimal learning.