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The Roll Model® Method: The Science of Rolling (@ Yoga Works Baltimore

The Science of Rolling provides the student/movement educator with basic tools to confidently use and or teach therapy balls self-massage - stand alone or as part of a regular yoga class. This module explains "why" therapy ball self-massage works and you'll learn sequences for hips, back, shoulders, feet and more.

When

May 6 to
May 7
2016
03:30 amto03:30 am

Put the power of self-massage into your own hands in this training that empowers you to personally adopt and also teach simple and effective self-care regimens. The YTU Therapy Balls can be used as an adjunct offering within personal training sessions, stretch, Pilates, dance classes, wellness coaching, yoga, massage therapy, kids & special needs.

Price

$295

Registration includes a manual, a set of Yoga Tune Up® classic therapy balls and a 2-DVD instructional set. Space is limited.

Full Description

Put the power of self-massage into your own hands in this training that empowers you to personally adopt and also teach simple and effective self-care regimens. The YTU Therapy Balls can be used as an adjunct offering within personal training sessions, stretch, Pilates, dance classes, wellness coaching, yoga, massage therapy, or with kids and special needs populations.

This training equips you to:

Maintain your body and prevent injuries using self-care strategies with the YTU Therapy Balls
Identify bony landmarks, muscular attachments, and fascia geography to enhance your teaching and personal daily practice.
Deepen your understanding of pain physiology and how to use the YTU Balls to erase pain.
Lead classes through step-by step, proven, whole-body exercises, approved by physical therapists, pain medicine specialists, and chiropractors, that can affect positive changes in the rotator cuff, spine, neck, jaw, hips, IT band, calves, and feet

Use this training to learn strategies for your own health and maintenance, or incorporate YTU Therapy Ball sequences into your teaching toolkit by introducing embodied anatomy concepts to your students.

*This module is open to all levels of student/educator/clinician.