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Work With Your Body: Practical Anatomy for Aerial Instructors – Charleston, SC

Posted on November 9, 2018

Why do we teach a hollow body?

What is the correct way to “engage” shoulders?

How can I keep my students safe?

What are the most common injuries and how can I help prevent them?

This full-day class answers the questions that instructors ask most often and teaches them to understand how students’ bodies work. We’ll dive into the connections between the core, shoulders, and hips to understand the patterns and sequences that make students successful and keep them safe.

Based on the latest research and lots of practical examples, instructors will learn to break down skills, identify ‘risky’ movement patterns, and the science behind what they teach.

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