DNS - Pilates/Yoga/Mobility

DNS - Pilates/Yoga/Mobility

Robert Lardner auf dem 4. ARTZT Symposium 2018 in Montabaur

DNS - Dynamisch neuromuskuläre Stabilisation für Pilates, Yoga und weitere funktionelle Bewegungssysteme

Basierend auf dem Wissen führender Professoren wie Janda, Lewit Vojta und Kolář.

Das Training ist eine ideale Ergänzung für Pilates, Yoga und andere Körpertrainings-Methoden. Die DNS Prinzipien werden erklärt und konkret in das Bewegungstraining integriert. 

Die Kursteilnehmer erhalten ein ausführliches Handout, ein Abschluss-Zertifikat sowie einen ARTZT vitality Mini-Ball und ein TheraBand CLX. Zudem sind die Teilnehmer während der Veranstaltung komplett verpflegt (Pausen und Mittagessen bzw. am Freitag Abend ein Get-Together-Abendessen). Diese Fortbildung ist vom DPV (Deutscher Pilates Verband) anerkannt.

Ein 2,5-tägiger, interaktiver Hands-on-Kurs in Englischer Sprache.

Anmeldung möglich bis zum 23.04.2019!

Warum DNS?

  • Weil Entwicklungsdefizite deine Kunden ein Leben lang “belasten” können.
  • Weil du dein Training durch diese Kenntnisse auf ein neues Level heben willst.
  • Weil du mehr über den Einfluss von neuromuskulärem Training erfahren möchtest.
  • Weil du bei deinen Kunden die Bewegungsmuster der Entwicklungskinesiologie “wiedererwecken” willst.
  • Weil du durch deine Trainingsmethoden Bewegung optimieren und Lebensqualität verbessern willst.
  • Weil Funktion und Struktur nur gemeinsam funktionieren...

"... You can't have the one without the other!" - Vladimir Janda

English Abstract

Our genetically anchored movement respectively our natural, inborn movement skills are often lost in the course of our lifetime due to lack of movement or too much unilateral focus. But we are built for this species-specific movement program! Even if, for whatever reason, this competence is lost, our body searches for this native movement and can also remember it through appropriate training.

Understanding developmental Kinesiology provides a framework to appreciate the regional interdependence and interlinking of the skeleton, joints, musculature and CNS (Body & Brain!) during movement. This allows for assessment and training of both the dynamic and stabilization function of muscles within the kinetic chains.

A practice-oriented course in which the therapeutic DNS principles are taught in a practical and directly applicable way for you as movement experts. An interactive and unique approach specifically developed for movement specialists in the field of Pilates, Yoga and Natural Movements!

Note for DNS students: This course will not count towards taking future DNS courses.

In this 2,5-day seminar you learn to understand:

  • Basic principles of developmental kinesiology with an emphasis on development during the first year of life
  • The relationship between development during the first year of life and pathology of the locomotor system in adulthood.
  • The planned movement pattern and its relationship to milestones and motor maturation
  • Assessment of the integrated stabilizing system of the spine utilizing dynamic functional tests
  • How to integrate DNS principles into the Pilates system of exercise.
  • Corrective exercises based on the DNS functional tests and developmental positions 
  • Expand the repertoire of movement and maintaining qualitative specific goals

Detailed Schedule (21 UE)

Course date and location

24. - 26. Mai 2019
Golf-Club Darmstadt Traisa
Am Dippelshof 19
64367 Mühltal
hotel recommendation: Hotel Waldesruh, Mühltal: www.hotelwaldesruh.de

Robert Lardner spricht auf dem 4. ARTZT Symposium auf Schloss Montabaur

Robert Lardner

Robert Lardner was born in Nigeria in 1961. His first career was as a professional ballet and modern dancer after studying at the Rambert Ballet Academy outside London, England. Going back to University he graduated from the Department of Physical Therapy, Lund’s University, Sweden in 1991. He has worked in several in- and out- patient rehabilitation facilities in Sweden prior to moving to the United States in 1992. Having been a staff physical therapist at McNeal Hospital, Clearing Industrial Clinic, and a physical therapy supervisor at Mercy Hospital, he has also been in charge of physical therapy services at a number of private outpatient and sports clinics.

He has also studied with Professors of Janda, Lewit and Kolář from the Czech Republic who are pioneers of functional rehabilitation and manual medicine and who have strongly influence his philosophy and practice of physical therapy. He is a member of the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK). Currently, he is in private practice in Chicago and teaches various rehabilitation seminars throughout the United States and Europe. 

Robert is a “Hands-On-Man” and used to work with groups. With his European style and easy-to-understand English explanations, his seminars are always an impressive experience. He knows how to pick up the participants individually and to implement therapeutic DNS principles in an understandable and entertraining way in practice.

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