Workshop: LumboPelvic Rhythm with Lisa Jackson

Lisa Jackson presents this face-to-face exploration of the relationship between our pelvis, lumbar spine and hip complex,  which are so crucial when it comes to efficient movement, posture and function. Designed to take a deeper look at lumbo-pelvic rhythm and how it relates to Pilates movement, you will learn how to assess good or poor rhythm and be provided with teaching tools to help rebalance the body and increase awareness and function of the lumbopelvic/hip complex.

Lisa is a highly qualified and extensively experienced movement practitioner whose specialty focus’ includes the hip joint and lumbopelvic regions, bone health, and strategies for healthy ageing. Lisa is a go to practitioner for hip health and lumbopelvic rhythm in the Pilates environment and presenter of post-graduate education in these specialty areas. Working with the latest science-based understanding of human movement, Lisa provides an enormous volume of practical information and applications using common Pilates repertoire and programming strategies, as well as pre-Pilates and foundation exercises to assess, rebalance and re-pattern muscle recruitment strategies, and offers a clear, concise understanding to take straight into your teaching.

The workshop is available in full online as well, with comprehensive videos and curriculum that allows you to work at your own pace to  learn assessment of the biomechanics of lumbo-pelvic rhythm and gain a deeper understanding of how the lumbar spine and hip joint are affected by the positioning of the pelvis as it relates to the sacrum and lumbar vertebrae through movement, and when in a neutral position.

BRISBANE – Brisbane

  • Sunday 5 June 2022 – Lisa will incorporate LumboPelvic Rhythm into her presentations over the full day of CEP in conjunction with Sally Anderson, at Boutique Pilates Method Studio in Windsor Brisbane.

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PAA PDPs = 3  |  PMA CECs = 4




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