October 6, 2012, 9 am–6:30 pm
RIT Inn & Conference Center
5257 W. Henrietta Road
W. Henrietta, NY 14586
Join Us for Pelvic Stabilization
Instructor: Theresa "Tess" Contos - 8 CEH's
Pelvic Stabilization: Releasing Pelvic Tension Distortions for Improved Cervical Mobility
Structural Balance is key to pain management, improving joint function and creates fluid, efficient pain free movement. This class will explore the structural and movement relationships that create stability and mobility in the pelvic and cervical areas.
The Structural Balance Concept will be introduced through Postural Analysis, Pelvic Stabilization and CORE Care protocols. These protocols focus on releasing mid-torso compressions or restrictions, decreasing pelvic tension distortions and clearing nerve entrapment or dysfunctions that cause structural collapse and asymmetrical movement patterns in the upper torso.
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