Research has advanced our understanding of core stability, including the need for different stimuli to optimally develop strength versus stability.
This workshop will provide numerous exercises and progressions to create the high intensity overload that has been shown to be ideal for fostering core strength.
This will be the first presentation of this work outside of a conference format and the only class Karen Clippinger will be teaching in California for the remainder of 2018.
It will incorporate large exercise balls and rotator discs into classic and novel reformer exercises for development of multi-planar core stability that will be discussed, demonstrated, and individually practiced.
Particular emphasis will be placed on the use of rotation because of its common association with functional movement and injury.
Join Karen and a dedicated group of instructors in an intimate workshop that is part of an on-going education based on the science of the body and its practical applications.
This workshop is appropriate for reformer (only) instructors and all levels of teachers and practitioners.