As Pilates Professionals, working the pelvic floor is part of the communal conversation on how to work the core. But alas, it’s daunting to understand how to assess actual engagement of the “undercarriage” and choose which exercises and programming options could optimize recruitment of the pelvic floor. And who wouldn’t want to discuss and explore everything pelvic floor with the incomparable Kelly Kane?! Join her this month for 4 hours of pelvic floor exploration, where you’ll review basic anatomy and talk about which cues work for men and women and which movements optimize recruitment of the pelvic floor so that our pelvic floor muscles can become active participants in exercise.
Additional information covered manual assessment, correction skills, faulty biomechanics and postural patterns which can leave the pelvic floor out of the exercise loop and what we can do to correct them. Kelly will also have the newest personal biofeedback units to review, along with discount codes to share so that you can get your pelvic floor strength optimized at a discount!
Friday, 7/28: 10am-3pm
Kane School CECs = 5
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Kelly Kane, founder of the Kane School of Core Integration, is a world-renowned Pilates educator with over 15 years of experience. Seeking to incorporate an understanding of the human body into the classical Pilates genre, Kelly opened the Kane School in 1999 as a holistic body college founded on anatomical knowledge to improve strength and stability.
She initially studied with Romana Kryzanowska and Hila Paldi and obtained her certification through the Pilates Institute in Santa Fe, N.M. Kelly completed two years of the BodyMind Centering teacher-training program and received her massage certification at the Florida School of Massage. Her manual therapy repertoire includes Structural Integration, CranioSacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation, and she cultivated her exceptional manual perception skills at the New Jersey School of Medicine and Dentistry. Since 1993, Kelly has studied Iyengar yoga as well as anatomy and postural assessment with neuro-muscular movement specialist Irene Dowd, and her expertise also includes GYROTONIC® and Continuum Movement.