March 17-20th, 2016
St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney
This course provides a broad overview of the Key Approach methodology and principally addresses the lumbo-pelvic-hip region and lower quadrant.
- Analyse what constitutes healthy lumbo/pelvic/hip function. This section is provided in advance through a video tutorial.
- Introduction to the Key Approach framework – Clinical subgroup classification and clinical syndromes based on axial posturo-movement dysfunction.
- Practical assessment – identify the link between common lumbo/pelvic/hip movement impairments, joint and myo-fascial changes & pain disorders.
- Explore the myths around ‘core stability’ and extending our understanding beyond ‘Pilates’ to therapeutic exercise based on healthy functional movement control.
- Understand how to prescribe & help establish ‘Fundamental Patterns’ of physiological control as a basis for building more healthy kinematic patterns
All participants attending this course will be provided access to a unique Key Approach forum to support ongoing learning and implementation of these concepts in your work. They will also be provided a recommended reading list to support their educational journey.
This workshop is recognised by:
The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)
– completion of each module allows 27 CEC’s per module
Pilates Alliance Australasia (PAA)
– completion of the ‘Foundations of control': Module 1 allows 6 CEC’s)
Australian Pilates Method Association (APMA)
– completion of the ‘Foundations of Control': Module 1 allows 18 CEC’s
PRESENTER: Josephine Key
DATES AND TIMES: 17-20th March 2016
Friday, 8:30am – 5pm
Saturday, 9am – 5pm
Sunday, 9am – 4pm
VENUE: Physiotherapy Department, St Vincent’s Public Hospital, 390 Victoria Street Darlinghurst, Sydney
COST: $950.00 per module
Early bird rate: $900.00 if registered more than 2 weeks prior. Register for all 3 modules and save $300
Registration includes all refreshments during the workshop plus course material and ongoing support via chat forums & webinars.
Course numbers are restricted to ensure optimal student to mentor ratios for learning
ENQUIRIES: Kerryn on 02 9326 1168 or email