Conscious Embodiment Series: The Pelvis & Applications of the Breath
Conscious Embodiment: Applications of the Breath
In this workshop, you will learn to apply the Conscious Embodiment Breath fundamentals to frozen and misaligned rib baskets including scoliosis as well as diaphragmatic restrictions. See how the CE breathing practices can be used in one on one situations as well as the class room setting.
Body Reading – Introduction and Gateway to the CE Course
Seeing the body’s alignment clearly is a direct path to facilitating a client’s healing process. In this course, we will review the assessment tool: Body Reading. Using simple terminology: bend, shift, tilt and rotate, we will uncover the hidden relationships of the body. By seeing posture and patterns in the body, we set the stage toward bringing the body into alignment. This will afford us an intelligent strategy to relieving pain and discomfort.
Anatomical Relationships of the Pelvis
When we understand the geometry of the human body, our understanding our alignment transforms our clients ability to access the form. This workshop will distill the anatomy surrounding the pelvis and its role in structural & functional balance within the body. You will gain working tools to assess & support the clients needs around the pelvis and the surrounding structures.
Body Reading: The Pelvis
The pelvis is the foundation for the axial skeleton and movement. Understanding the clients' pelvic alignment will set us well on our way to balancing their bodies. In this workshop, we will apply the fundamentals of body reading to the pelvis in order to reveal the state of relationships in the area.
Fascia Change: The Pelvis
How do we facilitate effective change in our clients? Offering the client access to the function and strength of a muscle is paramount to the Pilates foundation. The course will shed light on the importance of communicating with the fascial system to create lasting change in the body. Specifically, you will leave this workshop with a set of movement tools and ideas that will create lasting change in the fascial systems surrounding the pelvis.