What is SomaTraining?

SomaTraining is a unique methodology to rehabilitation and strength & conditioning built on osteopathic principles. It’s born from the paradigm of complexity, similarly to the human body. The SomaTraining program consists of in-depth lectures combined with practice periods where students learn specific exercise techniques while they develop a more complex way of understanding the human body. These techniques are indispensable tools of dedicated therapists and trainers to effectively help patients get rid of pain and assist athletes reach maximum performance.

Who should attend?

Physiotherapist, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Exercise and Movement Practitioners, Experienced Personal Trainers, Pilates and Yoga teachers. SomaTraining courses should be the essential part of the continuing and post graduate education of any health and fitness professional who seek to deliver unparalleled result to their patients and clients.

Who is Guy Voyer?

Guy Voyer DO MD (fr, ca)

Combining over 30 years of study with his passion for anatomy, physiology, and athletic training, and with his extensive clinical and practical experience, Guy Voyer D.O. (France, Canada) is a leading expert in the study and treatment of the fascia. 

He combines his expertise as an athletic trainer, a physiotherapist, and osteopathic physician(Fr, Ca), and with more than 10 other medical and paramedical specialties, Guy Voyer is one of the very few capable of bringing Osteopathy and strength and conditioning together to help people better their quality of life, heal their ailments and achieve better athletic performance.

This means that whether you are a trainer, an athletic therapist, an osteopath, a chiropractor,a physiotherapist, or a kinesiologist, Guy Voyer’s unique whole-body perspective will help you cross former boundaries with your fellow practitioners and teach you a revolutionary, multidisciplinary plan for good.

Many of today’s prominent rehabilitation and performance specialists studied from Dr Voyer at some stage during their career including Charles Poliquin, Paul Chek, Kim Goss.

Academic profile (summary)

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-Osteopath D.O from Ministerial Training College - Sheffield (1974).
- Alumna of MTA (Robert Bénichou) from 1978 to 1980.
- Alumna of the European School of Osteopathy–Maidstone, UK 1978-1982.
- PhD in Medicine (Boise, Idaho - USA) 1979.
- Diploma of the Academy of applied sciences for works in Osteopathy and in Physical Medicine (1980).
- Diploma in Biology and Sports Medicine of the Marseilles Faculty of medicine (1981).
- D.O (Distinction) of the Chartered Society of Homeopathic and Natural Therapeutics (1882).
- In charge of consultation, Sport medicine regional center (PACA) 1982 to 1984.
- House doctor in Medicine at the center of Functional Re-education of Valmante (Marseilles) from 1982 to 1986.
- University diploma in Sport traumatology of the Marseilles Faculty of Medicine of (1983).
- Inter-university diploma in Manual and orthopedic medicine of the Marseilles Faculty of Medicine (1989).
- University diploma of the Marseilles Faculty of Medicine in Locomotion Pathology linked to the practice of sports (1990).
- University diploma of Juridical Reparation and Damage Prejudice (1991).
- University diploma Physiopathology applied to physical exercise (1992).
- Capacity of Hydrology and Medical Climatology - Marseilles Faculty of Medicine (1993).
- Part-time lecturer at the Marseilles Faculty of Medicine (Hydrology and medical Climatology) from 1993 till 1996.
- Osteopath D.O of the College of Osteopathic Studies - Montreal (1999).
- Osteopath of the Sutherland Academy- Montreal (2001).
- Osteopath D.O of Federal European Registry of Osteopaths (FERO)(2004)



Course instructors

Upcoming Courses


August 2017


Qualitative and Quantitative Periodisation, Cinesiology and Clinical Application

Qualitative and Quantitative Periodisation, Cinesiology and Clinical Application - Guy Voyer DO MD (fr, ca)

DATE : 25-27th of August 2017
LOCATION : Central London
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS :
Friday : 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday : 9am-5:30pm
Sunday : 9am-4:30pm

The first part of this course focuses on understanding quality (volume, strength, power, speed, relaxation, resistance, endurance, aesthetics, muscular re-education and fitness maintenance) and quantity (number of series, repetitions and rest time). Numerous exercises and movements will be used to teach the proper progression that is necessary to achieve specific goals.

The cinesiology part of this course will focus on and discuss specific physiology, physics and biomechanics laws that are behind the application of many SomaTraining tools.

During the clinical application day, specific client scenarios will be discussed in relation to the appropriate use of SomaTraining tools.


Early registration price of £800 is valid until 28th of July 2017. After that £900

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October 2017


ELDOA 1 - Spinal ELDOA

DATE : 13-15th of October 2017
LOCATION: Central London
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS :
Friday : 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday: ELDOA group exercises class 9-10am, Workshop 10-6pm
Sunday : ELDOA group exercises class 8:30-9:30am, Workshop 9:30am-5pm

ELDOA or in English LOADS (Longitudinal Osteoarticular Decoaptation Stretches), is taken from the French acronym, Etirements Longitudinaux avec Decoaptation Osteo-Articulaire.

Lots of pain, arthrosis, neurological pinching, disc compression and articular lesions result from compactions, compressions and/or articular blocks. There is an effective solution to these ailments: ELDOA. ELDOA's consist of very precise positions, which target relief in a specific articulation. The advantage of these exercises is that once you learn them, they take only a minute a day to perform.

Seminar Outline:

- Background and methodology
- Lumbar ELDOA practice
- Thoracic ELDOA practice
- Cervical ELDOA practice

This course consists of in-depth lectures combined with practice periods where students learn specific decoaptation exercises for the lumbar, thoracic and cervical spine. Incorporating these unique techiques into any rehabilitation and/or training program will ensure exceptional results for your clients in both pain management and performance enhancement.




Early Registration Fee: £800

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December 2017


Myofascial Stretching

DATE: 15-17th of December 2017
LOCATION: Central London, UK
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS :
Friday : 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday : 10am-6pm
Sunday : 9:30am-5pm

We have believed for a long time that we knew how to properly stretch muscles. The question is: How do we stretch a muscle when it is sheathed in a leather casing? Stretching a muscle is only effective once the "skin", the fascia that covers it is free and functional. Myofascial stretches respect the anatomy of the muscles, their aponeuroses as well as their function. At this point, the analytical study of the fascial chains allows for an incredibly effective stretch position.

This course consists of in-depth lectures combined with practice periods giving you numerous new stretches while challenging and improving your knowledge of tensegrity biomechanics and related fascial anatomy. Incorporating these unique techiques into any rehabilitation and training program will ensure exceptional results for your clients in both pain management and performace enhancement.

This course will cover the correct method of stretching for all of the muscles listed below:

Seminar Outline:

Myofascial Stretches of the lower extremities:

iliopsoas, biceps femoris, semimembranous, semitendinous, superficial gluteus maximus, deep gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, obturator internus, piriformis, quadratus femoris, rectus femoris, vastus internus, vastus externus, graacilis, pectineus, tensor fascia latae, superior fascicle of adductor brevis, inferior fascicle adductor brevis, adductor longus, superior fascicle of adductor magnus, middle fascicle of adductor magnus, inferior fascicle of adductor magnus, medial gastrocnemius lateral gastrocnemius, soleus, tibialis anterior, extensor digitorum, extensor hallucis.

Myofascial Stretches of the upper extremities:

long head of biceps brachii, short head of biceps brachii, posterior deltoid, anterior deltoid, middle deltoid, subscapularis, teres major, coracobrachialis, long head of triceps, medial head of triceps, lateral head of triceps, teres minor, infraspinatus, supraspinatus, pectoralis minor, deep pectoralis major, superficial pectoralis major, short supinator of the forearm, long supinator of the forearm, pronator quadratus, pronator teres, flexor digitorum communis, palmaris longus, anterior cubital, extensor digitorum communis, posterior cubital, first radial.

Myofascial Stretches of the trunk:

middle intercostals, posterior intercostals, anterior intercostals, the crus of the diaphragm, the domes of the diaphragm, the intermediate part of the diaphragm, rectus abdominis, external obliques, internal obliques, latissimus dorsi, superior trapezius, middle trapezius, inferior trapezius, rhomboid major, rhomboid minor, levator scapula, quadratus lumborum, transverse spinous, longus, iliocostales.




Early Registration Fee: £800

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2018


Proprioception and Awareness

DATE: Exact date to be confirmed
LOCATION : Central London
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS :
Friday : 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday: Group exercise class
Sunday: Group exercise class

Proprioception: The physiology that controls an articulation depends on numerous control mechanisms located in the muscle tendons, ligaments and articular capsule. Therefore, it is advisable to train these "micro-computers" to increase or revive control of a joint. Following a sprain, to treat arthrosis, to recover articular mobility, and to improve efficiency of movement, these various aspects of proprioception must be trained.

“However, this work must be very precise. Because it is not the joint that is trained as a whole but a specific ligament or part of the capsule within that joint.”

This class will teach the hundreds of exercises that may be used throughout the body for this proprioceptive work.

Awareness: How can an articulation be trained, a muscle strengthened, or a posture corrected, if the brain does not know the area being treated? How does a spine remain straight, if the feeling of being straight is skewed? The cortex must be trained to become acquainted with and recognize every area of the body. A strict methodology involving four progression factors is indispensable to really becoming familiar with the pelvis; the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine; and the various diaphragms.

You will learn how to apply the very important and often neglected aspect of awareness in your daily practice.

Seminar Outline:

Background and methodology
Proprioceptive work for the lower limb:
- The joint and the ligaments of the hip, knee, ankle and foot
Proprioceptive work for the upper limb:
- The joint and the ligaments of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand and fingers
Proprioceptive work for the pelvis and the spine:
- Sacro-iliac joint, Pubic Symphysis, Lumbar, Thoracic and Cervical Spine
Proprioceptive work for the scapular girdle and the TMJ

This course consists of in-depth lectures combined with practice periods.

Incorporating these unique techniques into any rehabilitation and training program will ensure exceptional results in both pain management and performance enhancement.


Early Registration Fee: £800

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June/July 2017


The squat, posture, and mastering the gravity line

DATE : 30th of June - 2nd July 2017
LOCATION: Danubius Hotel Regents Park, London, UK
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS :
Friday : 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday : 10am-6pm
Sunday : 9:30am-5pm

  In this course Dr VOYER will spend the first day lecturing on the importance of a correct gravity line, addressing the very anatomy and physiology that are responsible in managing our centre of gravity.  Our body's gravity line has its implications on our muscolo-skeletal as well as our visceral health and function. Following that, he will spend the rest of the day and the second day elaborating on the mechanics of a biomechanically sound squat with lots of practice, relating it to visceral health, energy consumption, common orthopedic pathologies, corrective exercise and athletic performance.

  The third day we are taking a thorough look at posturology, with specific tests that will help you identify and address the anatomy in need of correction. How often do you test someone's eyes when trying to correct their posture? Dr Voyer will cover various techniques that you’ll be able to use when assessing a patient or client to help you give a direction you’ll need to take with them.

 This is a workshop where what is taught in the lecture is being practiced in the practice sessions giving you a kinaesthetic experience at the same time. 

You will learn:

When done properly it can help back pain and knee pain, when done the way it is generally taught and performed by many at the gym, it can create pain and dysfunction. An accurately performed squat is an essential part of many back, hip and knee rehabilitation programme.

This course consists of in-depth lectures combined with practice periods where students learn the specific progressions and variations of squatting. Incorporating these unique techiques into any rehabilitation and/or training program will ensure exceptional results for your clients in both pain management and performace enhancement.




May 2017


Analytical and Segmental Muscular Strengthening of the Upper Limbs and the Trunk

DATE : 26-28th of May 2017
LOCATION: Danubius Hotel Regents Park, Denis Compton Suite, London, UK
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS :
Friday : 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday : 10am-6pm
Sunday : 9:30am-5pm

There are hundreds of specific exercises, which can solicit the proximal, distal, medial, lateral, middle, superficial or deep portions of each muscle (i.e. deltoids, quadratus lumborum) in the upper extremities and trunk. The thorough details that are covered in this class will allow for an understanding of the numerous exercises that target specific areas of the upper limb and the trunk. Students will learn and gain a deep understanding of the function of these muscles relevant to optimal joint mechanics with numerous tools to implement whether it is to correct movement mechanics or improve performance.

Seminar Outline:

- relational anatomy and tensegrity biomechanics of the shoulder girdle and spine
- technical analysis of the movements which are the basis of muscle strengthening
- learning to perfect the movement (progression factors)
- how to avoid injury with the appropriate preparation
- lower extremity warm-ups
- quality effort in terms of strength, volume, power, speed, resistance, endurance and fitness maintenance
- planning training sessions
- strengthening methods for the upper extremities and trunk muscles
- muscular re-education programs
- sports preparation programs




December 2016


Analytical and Segmental Muscular Strengthening of the Lower Limbs

DATE : 16-18th of December 2016
LOCATION: Central London
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS :
Friday : 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday: 9am-10am Lower limb strengthening group exercise class,
10am-6pm Workshop
Sunday : 8:30am-9:30pm Lower limb strengthening group exercise class,
9:30am-4:30pm Workshop

There are hundreds of specific exercises, which can solicit the proximal, distal, medial, lateral, middle, superficial or deep portions of each muscle (i.e. proximal psoas or distal tibialis anterior) in the lower extremities. The thorough details that are covered in this class will allow for an understanding of the numerous exercises that target specific areas of the lower limb.

Students will learn and gain a deep understanding of the function of these muscles relevant to optimal joint mechanics with numerous tools to implement whether it is to correct movement mechanics or improve performance.

Seminar Outline:

- relational anatomy and tensegrity biomechanics
- technical analysis of the movements which are the basis of muscle strengthening
- learning to perfect the movement (progression factors)
- how to avoid injury with the appropriate preparation
- lower extremity warm-ups
- quality effort in terms of strength, volume, power, speed, resistance, endurance and fitness maintenance
- planning training sessions
- strengthening methods for all the lower extremity muscles
- muscular re-education programs
- sports preparation programs




October 2016


Analytical and Segmental Muscular Strengthening of the Abdominal Muscles and the Thoracic Diaphragm

DATE : 14-16th of October 2016
LOCATION: Central London
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS :
Friday : 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday: 9am-10am Abdominal strengthening group exercise class,
10am-6pm Workshop
Sunday : 8:30am-9:30pm Abdominal strengthening group exercise class,
9:30am-4:30pm Workshop

Whether it is for functional or aesthetic reasons, all abdominal muscles ( obliques, transverse, pyramidals, rectus abdominus) and the thoracic diaphragm need to be properly trained.

The students, on this workshop, will learn hundreds of exercises that will specifically target these muscles in relation to the goal at hand. Students will learn and gain a deep understanding of how these muscles are related to and can correct various abdominal wall separations, hernias and how to improve digestive dysfunctions such as constipation, IBS etc. by specific muscular strengthening. The abdominals support the spine and manage the pelvis, where all global movement emanates from.

Seminar Outline:

- relational anatomy and tensegrity biomechanics
- technical analysis of the movements which are the basis of muscle strengthening
- learning to perfect the movement (progression factors)
- how to avoid injury with the appropriate preparation
- types of cool-downs for better recovery
- quality effort in terms of strength, volume, power, speed, resistance, endurance and fitness maintenance
- planning training sessions
- multiple strengthening methods
- muscular re-education programs
- sports preparation programs




June 2016


ELDOA 1 - Spinal ELDOA

DATE : 3-5th of June 2016
LOCATION: Danubius Hotel Regents Park, London
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS :
Friday : 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday: ELDOA group exercises class 9-10am, Workshop 10-6pm
Sunday : ELDOA group exercises class 8:30-9:30am, Workshop 9:30am-5pm

ELDOA or in English LOADS (Longitudinal Osteoarticular Decoaptation Stretches), is taken from the French acronym, Etirements Longitudinaux avec Decoaptation Osteo-Articulaire.

Lots of pain, arthrosis, neurological pinching, disc compression and articular lesions result from compactions, compressions and/or articular blocks. There is an effective solution to these ailments: ELDOA. ELDOA's consist of very precise positions, which target relief in a specific articulation. The advantage of these exercises is that once you learn them, they take only a minute a day to perform.

Seminar Outline:

- Background and methodology
- Lumbar ELDOA practice
- Thoracic ELDOA practice
- Cervical ELDOA practice

This course consists of in-depth lectures combined with practice periods where students learn specific decoaptation exercises for the lumbar, thoracic and cervical spine. Incorporating these unique techiques into any rehabilitation and/or training program will ensure exceptional results for your clients in both pain management and performance enhancement.




April 2016


Proprioception and Awareness

DATE: 22-24th of April 2016
LOCATION : Central London
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS
Friday: 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday: Group exercise class
Sunday: Group exercise class

Proprioception: The physiology that controls an articulation depends on numerous control mechanisms located in the muscle tendons, ligaments and articular capsule. Therefore, it is advisable to train these "micro-computers" to increase or revive control of a joint. Following a sprain, to treat arthrosis, to recover articular mobility, and to improve efficiency of movement, these various aspects of proprioception must be trained.

“However, this work must be very precise. Because it is not the joint that is trained as a whole but a specific ligament or part of the capsule within that joint.”

This class will teach the hundreds of exercises that may be used throughout the body for this proprioceptive work.

Awareness: How can an articulation be trained, a muscle strengthened, or a posture corrected, if the brain does not know the area being treated? How does a spine remain straight, if the feeling of being straight is skewed? The cortex must be trained to become acquainted with and recognize every area of the body. A strict methodology involving four progression factors is indispensable to really becoming familiar with the pelvis; the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine; and the various diaphragms.

You will learn how to apply the very important and often neglected aspect of awareness in your daily practice.

Seminar Outline:

Background and methodology
Proprioceptive work for the lower limb:
- The joint and the ligaments of the hip, knee, ankle and foot
Proprioceptive work for the upper limb:
- The joint and the ligaments of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand and fingers
Proprioceptive work for the pelvis and the spine:
- Sacro-iliac joint, Pubic Symphysis, Lumbar, Thoracic and Cervical Spine
Proprioceptive work for the scapular girdle and the TMJ

This course consists of in-depth lectures combined with practice periods.

Incorporating these unique techniques into any rehabilitation and training program will ensure exceptional results in both pain management and performance enhancement.


December 2015


ELDOA 2 – Specific Spinal & Peripheral Joints

DATE: 11-13th December 2015
LOCATION: LONDON
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS:
Friday: 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday: ELDOA group exercises class 9-10am, Workshop 10-6pm
Sunday: ELDOA group exercises class 8:30-9:30am, Workshop 9:30am-5pm

ELDOA

(Longitudinal Osteoarticular Decoaptation Stretches, is taken from the French Etirements Longitudinaux avec Decoaptation Osteo-Articulaire).After learning to treat the centralized joints of the body with the general ELDOA course, you will learn to treat the joints in the periphery with very precise postures, which target relief in these specific articulations.

The goal will be to decoapt and normalize the peripheral joints. As before, once you have learned these, they take only a minute a day to perform.

Seminar Outline:

- Background and methodology
- Thoracic-Cage ELDOA practice
- Coxo-Femoral ELDOA practice
- Shoulder ELDOA practice
- Pelvic ELDOA practice (sacroiliac joints and symphysis pubis)
- Sacral and Sacro-Coccygeal ELDOA practice
- Cranial ELDOA practice

This course consists of in-depth lectures combined with practice periods where, apart from the above, students learn specific decoaptation exercises for specific spinal pathologies. Incorporating these unique techiques into any rehabilitation and/or training program will ensure exceptional results for your patients and clients in both pain management and performace enhancement.


October 2015


MYOFASCIAL STRETCHING (MFS)

DATE: 9-11th October 2015
LOCATION : Danubius Hotel Regents Park, London, UK
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS
Friday: 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday: MFS group exercise class 9-10am, Workshop 10am-6pm
Sunday: MFS group exercise class 8:30-9:30am, Workshop 9:30am-5pm

We have believed for a long time that we knew how to properly stretch muscles. The question is: How do we stretch a muscle when it is sheathed in a leather casing? Stretching a muscle is only effective once the "skin", the fascia that covers it is free and functional. Myofascial stretches respect the anatomy of the muscles, their aponeuroses as well as their function. At this point, the analytical study of the fascial chains allows for an incredibly effective stretch position.

This course consists of in-depth lectures combined with practice periods giving you numerous new stretches while challenging and improving your knowledge of tensegrity biomechanics and related fascial anatomy. Incorporating these unique techiques into any rehabilitation and training program will ensure exceptional results for your clients in both pain management and performace enhancement.

This course will cover the correct method of stretching for all of the muscles listed below:

Seminar Outline:

Myofascial Stretches of the lower extremities:

iliopsoas, biceps femoris, semimembranous, semitendinous, superficial gluteus maximus, deep gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, obturator internus, piriformis, quadratus femoris, rectus femoris, vastus internus, vastus externus, graacilis, pectineus, tensor fascia latae, superior fascicle of adductor brevis, inferior fascicle adductor brevis, adductor longus, superior fascicle of adductor magnus, middle fascicle of adductor magnus, inferior fascicle of adductor magnus, medial gastrocnemius lateral gastrocnemius, soleus, tibialis anterior, extensor digitorum, extensor hallucis.

Myofascial Stretches of the upper extremities:

long head of biceps brachii, short head of biceps brachii, posterior deltoid, anterior deltoid, middle deltoid, subscapularis, teres major, coracobrachialis, long head of triceps, medial head of triceps, lateral head of triceps, teres minor, infraspinatus, supraspinatus, pectoralis minor, deep pectoralis major, superficial pectoralis major, short supinator of the forearm, long supinator of the forearm, pronator quadratus, pronator teres, flexor digitorum communis, palmaris longus, anterior cubital, extensor digitorum communis, posterior cubital, first radial.

Myofascial Stretches of the trunk:

middle intercostals, posterior intercostals, anterior intercostals, the crus of the diaphragm, the domes of the diaphragm, the intermediate part of the diaphragm, rectus abdominis, external obliques, internal obliques, latissimus dorsi, superior trapezius, middle trapezius, inferior trapezius, rhomboid major, rhomboid minor, levator scapula, quadratus lumborum, transverse spinous, longus, iliocostales.


May 2015


Posturology, The Squat & Mastering the Gravity Line

DATE: 29-31st of May 2015
LOCATION : LONDON
INSTRUCTOR : Guy Voyer DO (France, Canada)
COURSE HOURS :
Friday : 12:30pm-8pm
Saturday : 10am-6pm
Sunday : 9:30am-5pm

In this course Dr VOYER will spend the first day with an insight to posturology, and its implications on the health and function of the body as a whole. He will cover various techniques that you’ll be able to use when assessing a patient or client to help you give a direction you’ll need to take with them.

Following that, he will spend the second and the third day elaborating on the mechanics of a biomechanically sound squat relating it and its benefits to visceral health, energy consumption, common pathologies, corrective exercise and athletic performance. This is a workshop where what’s taught in the lectures is being practiced in the practice sessions giving you a kinesthetic experience at the same time.

You will learn:

When done properly it can help back pain and knee pain, when done the way it is generally taught and performed by many at the gym, it can create pain and dysfunction. An accurately performed squat is an essential part of many back, hip and knee rehabilitation programme.

This course consists of in-depth lectures combined with practice periods where students learn the specific progressions and variations of squatting. Incorporating these unique techiques into any rehabilitation and/or training program will ensure exceptional results for your clients in both pain management and performace enhancement.

 

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