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STOTT PILATES® Intermediate Stability Chair™: Functional Anatomy, Cueing & Correcting

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Successful performance of the Intermediate Stability Chair exercises often comes down to how the instructor teaches them. In this workshop, developed by the Merrithew team, learn to focus on effective cueing and correcting the more difficult Stability Chair moves. Select exercises are broken down to identify the specific joint movement and muscular action. Learn cueing tips and modifications to help clients progress to this more challenging work while maintaining good form. Review observation skills and appropriate corrections to help clients achieve optimal fitness.

Learning objectives

  1. Review the movement and breath patterns of select Intermediate-level Stability Chair exercises
  2. Understand joint movements and muscular work involved with exercises
  3. Learn cues and imagery to help clients maximize benefit
  4. Learn what to watch for and how to correct effectively using the Five Basic Principles of STOTT PILATES

Equipment used in this workshop

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