Movement | Science | Education
with Sarah Court
April 26-27 & June 27-28, 2020, 1-7pm
22-Hours of continuing education
Become biomechanically brilliant in this 4-day continuing education training with Sarah Court, DPT, e-RYT. You’ll move beyond the lens of your particular discipline(s) whether it’s yoga, Pilates, personal training or more. If you’re looking for more than to simply add another movement modality to your curriculum – if, instead, you’d like to increase your sophistication as a teacher across all of your platforms – this training is for you.
Open to all movement teachers, the Quantum Leap training will advance your understanding of biomechanics and kinesiology, help you to methodically approach common pathologies and encourage you to embrace critical thinking skills for movement strategies in order to attract a broader client base. Blending lecture and movement each day, by the end of the training you will gain:
- A clarifying, unintimidating distillation of biomechanic and kinesiologic concepts that will refresh and refine your teaching
- A comprehensive understanding of the science beneath common injuries and chronic conditions so you can effortlessly strategize for your clients – no more trial and error!
- A deeper ability to recognize faulty motor control patterns, posture, functional daily movement, and in-depth gait analysis
- A greater comprehension of nerve signaling and pain communication for clients with neurologic-based conditions – what works for them and what doesn’t work
Attendees will qualify for 22 continuing education contact hours with Yoga Alliance.
Required text: Trail Guide to Movement: Building the Body in Motion by Andrew Biel
SARAH COURT DPT, e-RYT,is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Yoga Tune Up® Teacher Trainer, and the creator of Quantum Leap. She teaches public workshops, anatomy for yoga teacher trainings, and trains Yoga Tune Up® teachers worldwide. She developed and teaches her Quantum Leap continuing education program to make sophisticated movement science easy for movement teachers to understand and use with their students. Sarah received her doctorate in Physical Therapy from Mount St. Mary’s University. She brings this significant clinical experience to her teaching, attracting clients and students with a desire to move intelligently, regain mobility, or manage chronic conditions. Sarah is an award-winning graduate of Princeton University.
$399 until April 1 --$499 thereafter
Space is limited! Please call (626) 403-3961 to pre-register and for more information