I’m super-excited to announce this seminar!
The owner of Stretch PT and I have set up a two-day seminar with one of the lead physiotherapists from the Prague School of Rehabilitation on “Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization for Sport” that’s going to take place in January 2012.
DNS uses the principles of the neurophysiological organization of developmental movement reflexes to create dynamic locomotor stabilization in the client/patient.
Think – “hardware of human movement!”
Here’s the “official” webpage for the seminar – http://leegertrained.com/dns-seminar-seattle
The seminar is going to be at Stretch PT (across from REI), Jan. 21-22nd, from 9-5 both days. The fee for the 2-day course is $450.
Contact me asap if you want to reserve a spot!
And pass this along to anyone you think might be interested in attending!
NOTE: Attendance is restricted to trainers, movement specialists/therapists, physical therapists, and other professionals.
While you’re at it, check out this recent paper someone just sent me. Turns out the “motor programs” for different walking gaits don’t disappear, but are incorporated into new patterns that appear at the toddler stage of development!