Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization according to Kolar (DNS)
A Developmental Kinesiology Approach

DNS Movement Skills Course

January 4, 2019

1 - Day Course  for DNS practitioners with privious DNS Course work experience




10803 Vista Sorrento Parkway
Ste 100, San Diego
CA, 92121


Eliska Urbarova, MPT

Michael Rintala, DC


Michael Rintala, DC

Course Objectives:


Review of basic concepts and principles

Utilizing DNS to prepare the patient for optimal movement efficiency:

Combination of movement and manual techniques to prepare the following areas as we integrate the global patterns:

Breathing Exercises: Belts, bands (Tactical) 

Review of Sagittal Stabilization - Workshopping 

Developmental Sequence:

Review individual Active Exercises/Developmental positions - (Prone and Supine)

Work on the Transitions (quality of) during the Sequencing of the different positions. 

Use of Bands, medicine ball and other devices in order to facilitate deep stabilization. 

KLAPP Crawling utilizing DNs Concepts and Principles

Putting it all into a DNS Movement Sequence

Starting from “Ipsilateral” - Supine

Starting from “Contralateral” - Prone

Class workshopping through random sequences focusing on variability of movement.

Czech Get Up


Each position individually - no weight

Transitioning through the whole sequence

Each position with weight for those who are ready

Czech Get-Up: Kettlebell progression (options)