Clinical Conversations

Free bi-weekly workshops on a variety of clinical Pilates topics,
hosted via Zoom.

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AFTERNOON AFFAIR

The Psoas Connection

Mon, Jan [email protected] 4 PM PST

The iliopsoas group is an important bridge between the upper and lower body and the spine. Join this practical session to deepen your understanding and enhance your clinical Pilates practice!

Can't join us live? Register anyway, and we'll send you an edited version of the Clinical Conversation.

BREAKFAST CLUB

Pathology: Cervical Spine Radiculopathy

Thurs, January 26th @ 7:00AM PST

Cervical radiculopathies can be attributed to several causes, but all are a pain in the neck! Join this session to deepen your understanding of how to support this presentation through your clinical Pilates practice!

Can't join us live? Register anyway, and we'll send you an edited version of the Clinical Conversation.

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LUNCH & LEARN

Knee Hyperextension

Wed, February 8th @ 12:30PM PST

Knee hyperextension is a common presentation, but are you confident to manage it? Join this session to learn some ideas to support your clinical Pilates practice!

Can't join us live? Register anyway, and we'll send you an edited version of the Clinical Conversation.

AFTERNOON AFFAIR

Classical Pilates Exercise: The Crab

Mon, February 20th @ 4 PM PST

The Crab is a classical Pilates exercise that doesn't immediately seem functional or clinically relevant. But this practical Clinical Conversation will delve into how you can effectively use this exercise in your clinical Pilates practice. Join this session to learn some ideas to support your clinical Pilates practice!

Can't join us live? Register anyway, and we'll send you an edited version of the Clinical Conversation.

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clinical conversation The Psoas Connection

BREAKFAST CLUB

Winding up the Windlass

Thu, March 9th @ 7 AM PST

How important is the big toe's windlass mechanism for the body? Join this Clinical Conversation to delve into this foot phenomenon, and enhance your clinical Pilates practice!

Can't join us live? Register anyway, and we'll send you an edited version of the Clinical Conversation.

BREAKFAST CLUB

Winding up the Windlass

Thu, March 9th @ 7 AM PST

How important is the big toe's windlass mechanism for the body? Join this Clinical Conversation to delve into this foot phenomenon, and enhance your clinical Pilates practice!

Can't join us live? Register anyway, and we'll send you an edited version of the Clinical Conversation.

LUNCH & LEARN

Working with the Spiral Line

Thurs, September 8th @ 12:30 PM PST

Join this practical session to review the Spiral Line and understand which clinical exercises can facilitate spiral line connections and enhance your practice.

Can't join us live? Register anyway, and we'll send you an edited version of the Clinical Conversation.

AFTERNOON AFFAIR

The Psoas Connection

Mon, Jan 9th @ 4 PM PST

The iliopsoas group is an important bridge between the upper and lower body and the spine. Join this practical session to deepen your understanding and enhance your clinical Pilates practice! Join this Clinical Conversation to deepen your understanding and enhance your clinical Pilates practice!

Can't join us live? Register anyway, and we'll send you an edited version of the Clinical Conversation.

AFTERNOON AFFAIR

Classical Pilates Exercise: The Crab

Mon, February 20th @ 4 PM PST

The Crab is a classical Pilates exercise that doesn't immediately seem functional or clinically relevant. But this practical Clinical Conversation will delve into how you can effectively use this exercise in your clinical Pilates practice.

Can't join us live? Register anyway, and we'll send you an edited version of the Clinical Conversation.

BREAKFAST CLUB

Pathology: Cervical Spine Radiculopathy

Thurs, January 26th @ 7:00AM PST

Cervical radiculopathies can be attributed to several causes, but all are a pain in the neck! Join this session to deepen your understanding of how to support this presentation through your clinical Pilates practice!

Can't join us live? Register anyway, and we'll send you an edited version of the Clinical Conversation.

LUNCH & LEARN

Knee Hyperextension

Thurs, February 8th @ 12:30PM PST

Knee hyperextension is a common presentation, but are you confident to manage it? Join this session to learn some ideas to support your clinical Pilates practice!

Can't join us live? Register anyway, and we'll send you an edited version of the Clinical Conversation.

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