How to Truly Understand the Hip Flexors and Their Role in Posture, Online, Wednesday, 16. December 2020
About this Event
Join Pilates PT & Master Trainer Victoria Roper for this two hour online workshop on how to truly understand the hip flexors, and the role they play in posture.
Who is this workshop designed for?
This workshop is designed for Fitness Professionals and Physical Therapists with a strong anatomical background, and who are looking to expand and broaden their anatomical knowledge and fitness practice. That said, it is open to anyone, so even if you are not a fitness professional you are more than welcome to join.
Will I receive any CPD points?
Yes, this workshop is accredited by REPS, and you will receive 2 REPS Points.
Will I recieve a certificate?
Yes, all attendee's will receive an official certificate to prove attendance.
Where will the workshop take place?
The workshop will take place online. We will send you the online invite 24 hours before the workshop begins.
What will the workshop entail?
This two hour workshop will examine the role of the Psoas muscle in posture and function and its, often over looked, more important roles outside of purely hip flexion.
- How often do you hear clients express that their hip flexors are tight?
- How many clients are forever stretching their hip flexors?
As you can see, a vicious cycle develops……….
This workshop will allow you to understand the physiology behind these statements and how to break, and then fix, this vicious cycle.
Following an in-depth anatomical and physiological review, we will realise the reasons people sense a tightness and how to assess if the hip flexors are, in fact, tight. Finally, we will delve into the major role the Psoas plays in the optimal function of the entire body, not just the lower back and hips.
The workshop will be interactive, informative and there will be lots of time for questions, so that you leave feeling confident in what you already know of the Psoas but even more informed about its potential new and underrated role within the body.