REVITALIZE: 6 MONTH ONLINE GROUP MENTORSHIP
My one of a kind mentorship for ATs and PTs offers a new, unique perspective for sports healthcare.
This mentorship will help you be more efficient and effective in your work so you can feel inspired, successful and avoid burnout.
This 6-Month Mentorship Program Includes:
Access to a private Facebook group with weekly Q&As and virtual office hours
Live teaching sessions 1-2 times per month on 6 lessons
Access to the recorded lessons after the live session
Presentation slides, videos, handouts
2 one-on-one calls with me to keep you on track and answer any questions you have (additional calls available at time of purchase)
*Payment plans are available
Registration Closes March 19th, 2019!
Interested in applying? Limited spaces available!
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Check out the tentative schedule!
COURSE DATES: MARCH 20, 2019 - SEPTEMBER 4, 2019
Lesson 01: Introduction to movement rev philosophy and Performance Optimization
Students will be able to describe how osteopathic principles can guide a holistic athlete centered sports healthcare practice
Students will be able to identify the value and priority of optimizing rest as a foundation of building resiliency, optimizing health, and improving performance
Students will be able to define the role of the autonomic nervous system in optimizing health and healing
Students will be able to classify and implement various foundational strategies of sensation, movement drills, or manual therapy to balance the autonomic nervous system
Students will be able to define the role of fascia in whole body health, movement, and resiliency
Lesson 02: Cultivating Awareness to create change and Effective Communication
Students will be able to develop a practice of self care and begin to cultivate awareness through daily mindful movement sessions and specific journal practices
Students will be able to recognize the importance of a subjective pre and post body scan or range of motion assessment is to cultivate body awareness and create subjective change
Students will be able to describe and discuss the value and importance of interoception on whole body health, body awareness, body ownership, body agency and relationship to proprioception
Students will be able to classify subjective description or interoception into negative or positive movement experiences
Students will be able to implement a more effective dialogue and word bank for describing how our body feels that helps to create change and improve interoception
Lesson 03: Effective Cueing + Movement Anatomy + Understanding the “Why” of Exercise Selection and Programing
Students will be able to discuss the various types of cueing and explain the pros and cons for each type in regards to motor learning and skill acquisition
Students will be able to describe movement anatomy from a perspective of the bones, muscles, and viscera
Students will be able to execute a teaching style with their clients that enables them to embody the anatomy to improve proprioception and interoception and body awareness to facilitate change
Students will be able to classify exercises based on foundational movement principles to improve selection and program development
Students will be able to describe and cue movement through integration of fascial tensegrity, dynamic alignment, and sensory integration
Students will be able to explain the role of the head, hands, and feet in fascial tensegrity and efficient movement
Lesson 04: Whole Body and Injury Evaluation
Students will be able to demonstrate each test in the MovementREV movement map evaluation
Students will be able to identify what category each test of the movement map evaluation is classified under and interprete where it fits in the objective dysfunctions, limiting function, and plan of care
Students will be able to formulate a plan to bridge the gap between a clinical injury or pain evaluation, a whole body evaluation, and performance
Students will be able to construct a plan of care for their athletes utilizing the MovemetREV principles and movement map evaluation
Lesson 05: Exercise Modifications For Injury or Pain and Workout Analysis
Students will be able to recognize common movement faults in many fundamental exercises and movements
Students will be able to select the appropriate modification for common exercises in the weight room and movement training to accommodate injury, pain or limitation
Students will be able to assemble and use basic props to create a movement environment to support motor learning, skill acquisition, and decrease injury potential
Lesson 06: Biohacking - Understanding Nutrition, Essential Oils, Travel Tips, and More
Students will be able to implement holistic “hacks” for decreasing post injury swelling by leveraging and facilitating the nervous, cardiovascular, and lymphatic system
Students will be able to list the non-pharmaceutical strategies to decrease inflammation
Students will be able to describe the simple fundamentals of traveling well, decreasing jet lag, and maintaining the body’s natural rhythms