Functional Anatomy

Students will acquire a profound understanding of how the human physical anatomy is applied to the movement science.

Principal points of study are:

  • ​​​The 8 principles of KinetiCode®Pilates methodology.
  • ​ ​Basic principles of Dynamic Postural Alignment and posture assessment: pelvic, rib cage placements, breathing techniques, scapular     stabilization, head- cervical placement and correct posture, common types of faulty posture.​​​
  • ​​​​Anatomic movement analysis: ​​axes and planes and movement terminology.
  • ​ Movement relation to space: ​​movement directions and possibilities (flexion, internal–external rotation, etc.)​
  • ​Myology: study of the muscular system, names, positions and in correlation with the ​​large muscle groups, insertion, etc.
  • ​​​Myology:​study of the muscular systemwith names, positions and relationships of the large  muscle groups, insertion, etc.​​
  •  Osteology: understanding the two main skeletal sections: the axial and the appendicular skeleton.​​
  • ​Exercise Physiology: ​​​study of the effect of physical exercise, types of muscle contractions and their ​relationships.​
  • Components of physical training: ​​sliding filament theory, length-tension relationship etc.
  • ​Training Skills: elements to design programs, teacher skills, etc.
KinetiCode®Pilates is a functional movement training and postural alignment technique
KinetiCode®Pilates is a functional movement training and postural alignment technique
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