This requires an updated paradigm about how we look at rehabilitation for all the stressed, painful, and rigid people in the world.
So I’m gonna teach a 2-day course on the fundamentals of working with stress, movement, and pain for rehab professionals* (coaches and highly interested non-healthcare folks can come too).
We’ll talk about:
– How the nervous, immune, psychological, and motor systems impact and are impacted by stress.
– How to deduce these underlying patterns of stress and autonomic dysfunction in people from a movement perspective and with more context than just cookbook junk.
– How to reduce threat and increase resilience in clients from a more complete point of view: spanning from nonverbal and verbal language, touch and sensation, movement (the focus), fitness, and lifestyle.
Case examples/studies abound and practical application will be the emphasis.
We aren’t reinventing the wheel here but we are really drilling down to the principles that I believe, and evidence is supporting, are fundamental to restoring health and goodness in people’s lives.
I will be writing more and more on this in 2018, making it practical for rehab pros and non-healthcare folks alike. This is about making true change.
Learn more about the course objectives, dates, and locations at the button below. And if you want 50% (!) off the course, use code JAN2018 at checkout by Wednesday January 24, 2018:
**PS if you are a follower of mine who isn’t a rehab professional but wants to learn how to implement these techniques in your own life, stay with me. That is coming.