Course

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

DNS Yoga Specific Rehabilitation Course Parts 3 and 4

November 14 - 17, 2019

4 - Day Course

TIFAR Education Center (TEC)
No.285, Sec. 2
Taiwan Blvd., West Dist.
Taichung City 40308
Taiwan
China

Instructor

Martina Jezkova, MPT

Course Payment and Organization

Kenny Hsiao
Taiwan Institute of FAscia Research (TIFAR)

http://www.fascia.com.tw
tifarhsiao@gmail.com

+886-4-2203-4999
Cell phone: +886-935324999

Course objectives:

 

DNS Yoga 3: 


Upper extremity and shoulder girdle function, kinesiology and muscle synergy
Shoulder girdle disorders, including muscle imbalances and common yoga injuries
Isolated movement patterns of the shoulder in loaded positions - closed kinetic chains
Isolated movement patterns of the shoulder in unloaded positions - open kinetic chains
Muscle synkinesis required for joint centration of shoulder/ shoulder girdle, in asanas
Linking developmental ontogenesis to asana transitions,   to improve shoulder mobility and stability 
Shoulder girdle function and kinesiology in basic inversions
The role of breathing and pranayama in shoulder girdle function and dysfunction
The use of pranayama in shoulder girdle rehabilitation
Flow class – review of movement patterns of shoulder / shoulder girdle for mobility and stability

 

DNS Yoga 4:  

 

The foundations of physiological movement and application to asana practice.
Function, kinesiology, load transfer and muscle synkinesis of the spine
Spinal disorders,  including muscle imbalances and common yoga injuries of the spine
Importance of diaphragm and pelvic floor function in spinal stability and relationship to activation of bandhas in asanas
Isolated movement patterns of the shoulder and hip girdle 
Isolated movement of spinal segments and influence on spinal mobility
Kinesiology of the spine in flexion, extension and rotation asanas 
Synkinesis of the muscles around the spine and the influence of  open and closed kinetic chains 
Linking developmental ontogenesis to asana transitions, to improve spinal mobility and stability
Load transfer in inversion asanas
Kinesiology of the ribcage and biomechanics of respiration,  from a spinal rehabilitation perspective.
Role of Pranayama in spinal rehabilitation
Flow class – review of movement patterns of the spine for mobility and stability