Period:May 20, 2023 - May 21, 2023
Number of Sessions:2
Days of week
Duration:May 20, 2023 - May 21, 2023
Days of week:Sat / Sun
Time:8:30AM - 5:30PM
Repeat every:1 year
3167 St-Catherine St., East, Montreal, QC H1W 2C4
John Sutherland: 514-830-5444
Greetings: The last couple of years, have plagued the world with uncertain times and very limited movement options during the extended Covid19 pandemic. To get things moving again, Adaptive Bodywork wants to help you reboot your movement campaign by offering a post pandemic AB1 workshop special. This workshop will be limited to 12 participants on a first come first serve policy, so act now.
To encourage our past, present and future clients, to kick off the new season with improved and uncompromised movement behaviours, we will be offering an Early Bird special.
You will receive a $250 reduction off the regular price of $1000, and pay only $750 for the 16 hour, weekend long workshop, if you register online prior to May 5, 2023 at midnight.
Looking forward to seeing you movement enthusiasts back in action, here in Montreal at the Adaptive Bodywork headquarters, located at: 3167 Saint-Catherine St., East, on May 20-21, 2023, at 8:30 am.
Training - Saturday May 20th & Sunday May 21st from 08:30 to 18:30
Training - Saturday May 20th & Sunday May
21st from 08:30 to 18:30
AB1 certification Adaptive Bodywork (Structural Integration) offers compassionate, transformative, energetic, bodywork, empowering movement awareness education, and the psycho-physiological connection of the mind and body to those seeking optimal function of their bodies.
This is a 16-hour intensive introducing the Adaptive Bodywork Foundation principles and Techniques. This will include theoretical and practical exploration of the principles underlying Structural Integration, building an understanding of session goals and sequencing, and becoming more proficient in the fascial-release techniques fundamental to restoring alignment. We will discuss the appropriate use of Stands, dowels and anti-slip materials as well as the therapists ergonomic considerations including developing smart feet.
This course will take us through a journey of the body’s evolution into a new state of ‘maturity’ and balance as it responds to the strategic release of fascia restriction. You will learn session sequencing, goals, and content based upon this unfolding process within the body. Each session will depend upon your skills in observation and anatomical alignment studied and practiced within this course. Each progressive session will also help to build your experience and confidence in hands-on, fascial release techniques supporting re-alignment, as well as provide real and practical feedback on session work previously completed.
This is an opportunity to study the Adaptive Bodywork Foundation principles and Techniques
You will learn:
Session goals and techniques
Observation & anatomical alignment skills
Group interaction, hands-on application of concepts, and significant mentoring are key elements of this course
Improve posture and body shape
Improve overall balance
Enhance physical performance
Greater range of motion and flexibility
Reduce effort in activity
Look and feel younger
Enhance body awareness
Increase energy, vitality, and fitness
Balanced tone throughout the tissues
Alleviate chronic pain, tension, and rigidity
Easier and fuller breath capacity
Move more efficiently and fluidly
Improve athletic performance and prevent injury
Expand sense of wellbeing
Improve quality of life and embody long-lasting health and radiant well-being
Greetings Everyone, I’m looking forward to seeing you all on the morning of Saturday May 20nd, 2021 between 8:00 and 8:30 for the AB1 certification workshop.
Dress: Please dress in comfortable clothing that will allow comfortable movement.
Food: There are not many interesting options
for obtaining food in this area, that I am aware of. I suggest you
bring whatever you would like to eat with you. There is a Fridge, a
microwave, and coffee available on site.
Lunch: There will be two 15 minute breaks and 1 hour for lunch during the work day which will begin at 8:30 and conclude at 18:30
Feet: We will be using our feet so make sure they are clean and odor free. As we will be using our feet extensively during this workshop I suggest that you treat yourself to a pedicure, you and your fellow practitioners won't regret it.
Four classes of low-threshold cutaneous mechanoreceptors innervate the glabrous skin on the sole of the foot. Each class is uniquely sensitive to deformation and motion of the skin and transmits tactile and proprioceptive feedback through sensory afferents to the central nervous system (CNS) that guides our work as Adaptive Bodywork practitioners. These are precious tools. Please treat them as such. This all impoprtant sensory feedback will inform you of the appropriate shear and pressure during the application of techniques while keeping you safely in balnce.
Photography: We may photograph some of the days action. Keep this in mind when selecting your bodywork wardrobe.
Parking: Parking in the area is free. There are no vignettes or parking meters in the area.
Be sure to get to bed early so that we can start the morning bright and early with a full tank of energy.
Please call if you have any further questions