4.May Tucson, AZ

Fletcher Pilates

Pre & Post Conference Workshops

Pre & Post Conference Workshops

Whether you are looking for a new dimension to your pilates repertoire with the freeForm Board, an introduction to brain-based fitness and rehabilitation through Z-Health, a hands-on Anatomy in 3 Dimension workshop to examine the muscles that make up the core, or a powerful device that forms to the body to create a state of instability with Oov we are sure you will be “Inspired to Move”.



Introduction to Oov
Daniel Vladeta
Thursday. 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Oov is a powerful device that forms to the body to create a state of instability, to give the user feedback, enhancing an ability to achieve more efficient movement and breathing patterns.

In this practical introductory workshop, traditional Pilates exercises will be applied to the Oov. All planes of movement will be explored on the Oov, from supine, prone, side-lying and standing positions and will be integrated into a group class.

Concepts behind dynamic stability will be reviewed, as it is essential to understand and integrate the activation of myofascial slings. Fletcher Towelwork® will also be incorporated to review upper hemisphere kinematics and function.

Finally, a Case Study will demonstrate the Oov as a powerful assessment device and, through use of load and traditional Pilates equipment, Daniel will demonstrate how to achieve rapid change in the mobility, stability and motor control of a client.

Anatomy in Three Dimensions
Dallas Everleth
Thursday. 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

In this hands-on anatomy workshop, we will examine the muscles that make up the core. A deep understanding of the anatomy of the core enables you to create safe and effective Pilates programs for clients of all levels and abilities.

Using Balanced Body’s Anatomy+Movement™ system of specially designed models and sculpting clay, we will build the muscles of abdominal wall, pelvic floor, spine and diaphragm, as well as key muscles of the hip and shoulder. The building process teaches you the shape, attachment points, structure, and function of these muscles. As we build our models, you will discover the connections that balance the breath, support, carriage and placement of the torso, and learn how the coordination of the muscles creates ease, balance and power in the torso.

The process of creating a three dimensional model of the core builds your own internal sense of anatomy that can sometimes be hard to feel. This internal awareness deepens your understanding of your own body and helps create clarity and specificity in your teaching. Blending Anatomy, Kinesiology, Biomechanics and simple Pilates-based movements, this workshop will enhance your teaching and help you to create better results for your clients.

Z-Health Health and Fitness Neurology: An Introduction to Brain-Based Fitness and Rehabilitation
Dr. Eric Cobb
Thursday. 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Health and fitness approaches around the world are evolving at a fantastic rate. In the last 20 years, we have seen a huge shift from an isolated biomechanical approach to a far more anatomically-driven integrated concept. But, the evolution continues!

If you have ever had the nagging sensation that there is MORE to human performance than simply addressing joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments and other soft tissues then this workshop is for you. In this fast-paced 3-hour workshop we will explore the basic science, assessments and tools of the Z-Health pillars of health and fitness: the visual system, vestibular system, proprioceptive system and respiratory system.

This workshop is intended to be a practical introduction to Z-Health which offers an in-depth, research-based approach to improving all aspects of health, fitness, rehabilitation and performance via neuroscience.

Come join us to explore movement neurology and how it impacts EVERYTHING we do with our clients in a fun, practical way that will make you think differently beginning with your very next client!

freeFORM Pilate
Mylène Wiltberger Brock, PMA®-CPT
Sunday: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Pilates teachers and clients fall in love with the freeFORM boards as one can replicate countless Reformer, Cadillac, Wunda Chair and Mat exercises for both private sessions and group classes - at a fraction of the cost and space requirements.

This workshop will introduce Pilates teachers to the many applications of the freeFORM board and provide a foundation of Pilates-based exercises from which to create many more variations. Continuous movements, flowing transitions and non-linear applications add a whole new dimension to the Pilates repertoire, demonstrated throughout this workshop.

Presenters


John Doe

Dr. Eric Cobb

Z-Health Health and Fitness Neurology

Dr. Eric Cobb, the creator and co-founder of Z-Health Performance, is widely considered one of the world's foremost experts in utilizing the neurology of movement to create extraordinary change in the human body.

John Doe

Dallas Everleth

Anatomy in Three Dimensions

Dallas Everleth is an educator, Pilates instructor, massage therapist and anatomy nerd. She is the owner and program director of Center Strength in Berkeley, CA.

John Doe

Daniel Vladeta

Introduction to Oov

Daniel creator of the Oov, works with leading practitioners collaborating on rehab and exercise prescription, and delivers workshops around the world.

Mylene

Mylène Wiltberger Brock, PMA®-CPT

freeFORM Pilates

Mind and body movements enthusiast, she is most excited about her empirical discovery of the fascial network, originally on her home-made boards since 1994, then on the freeFORM boards since 2013.

Pricing

Full-Day Workshop
  • Introduction to Oov
  • Anatomy in Three Dimensions
  • Early registration: $250
    (Expires ​April ​1st)
  • Registration: $300
$250
Register
Half-Day Workshop
  • Z-Health Health and Fitness Neurology
  • freeFORM Pilate
  • Early registration: $125
    (Expires ​April ​1st)
  • Registration: $150
$125
Register

Location

  • St. Philip's Plaza
    1980 E. River Rd. Tucson, AZ
  • event@fletcherpilates.com
  • 1.888.732.8884