Using Resistance to Enhance Your Clients' Learning in Functional Integration®
One of the most inspired aspects of Moshe's work was his ability to create and use constraints to shape a student's learning. Every lesson inhibits some actions so other new possible actions can surface and come into the foreground.
In this three-day workshop, you will learn to intentionally create constraints using physical resistance to movement to mobilize your clients learning. This process will encourage your clients to activate movements in a superior way, giving them even greater torso and limb control leading to more efficient movement. In addition, this process will insure that your clients are active participants in their Functional Integration lessons.
Utilizing physical resistance for learning in your practice will enable you to successfully work with a wider range of clients providing them with enhanced physical command of their own movement.