Hey guys, what’s up? It’s Stephen Dunn with CORE Therapy and Pilates. And today I have a great announcement that I want to let everyone know about.
Especially if you’re a physical therapist, if you’re a Pilates instructor, if you’re a GYROTONIC(R) instructor, a yoga teacher, really any fitness instructor out there. We’re going to be teaching a new course and it’s a course that we’ve taught several times before in the past. And it’s basically the first weekend … Or it’s the first two courses that are involved with our Pilates teacher training program. And the first day is called Fascial Anatomy and I teach that course. It’s a 9-4 type of day where we meet and talk about fascia and all the new discoveries in fascia and we basically go through and go over Tom Myers book called “Anatomy Trains.” And this book was written for movement professionals, as well as manual therapists. Manual therapists, excuse me. And so we’re going to be basically breaking down each one of his fascial lines and going into great detail of what it means and what’s the purpose of it and how we stretch or how we strengthen it. And that’s the first course. And that course is on February 23rd and it’s going to be an all-day course that I’m going to teach.
The second course is going to be what we call the Essential Exercises and it’s going to be on March 30th, about a month later, five weeks later. And these are both going to be on Saturday. The cost of the course is going to be $250 for the day. If you sign up and take both courses and sign up for them at the first weekend, then you get a discount of $50 to take them both. And the Essential Exercises will be led by my wife, Cheryl, and she’ll be going over and teaching all about the initial Pilates concepts that are fundamental to basically progress into our full Pilates program. So I just wanted to create that … Or I wanted to announce that today. We just finalized those dates a few moments ago and I wanted to get that information out to you. So if you’re a fitness instructor, health … in the health industry, you know someone that might be interested in learning a little bit about anatomy. We’re going to be talking about some other anatomy as well, but for the most part it’s going to be all about the fascia.
So, I look forward to seeing you there and we will also be doing the fascial anatomy class through a webinar form. So if you can’t make it here to Austin and you want to take the course, we’re going to offer the course through a webinar. So through zoom.com or zoom.net, I’m not sure. We’re going to be able to set up a link that you can come join and watch the lecture from wherever you are, as long as you have an internet connection.
So that’s all I got for you today. Y’all take care. I look forward to talking to y’all soon. Bye now.
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