"Micro movement manages macro function. Addressing the seemingly small but mechanically important anatomical links leads to significant improvements in all aspect of movement quality."


WHAT IS THE SOMATRAINING PROGRAM?

Soma, in Greek, means body.

The SomaTraining program is a unique methodology to rehabilitation and strength and conditioning based on sports science and osteopathic principles.

The program is designed for exercise professionals and manual therapists to improve their anatomical and biomechanical knowledge, while teaching a wide range of analytical exercise techniques paired with a way of thinking that allows them to deal with complex issues their patients and clients may present.

SomaTraining courses are organized in a three-day workshop format at the frequency of 5 courses per year, for the period of 3 years. Each course starts with anatomy and biomechanics lectures followed by exercise practice where each exercise is viewed in the context of precise anatomy and biomechanics helping students form a more complex way of looking at human movement.

Since each course covers a different topic and set of techniques, you can pick a course or a number of courses a’ la Carte. While we recommend following the courses in order you can attend them as you are able to. Upon successful completion of all 15 courses and passing the final evaluation the diploma of SomaTrainer will be awarded.


SOMATRAINING PROGRAM CURRICULUM

Who Should Attend?

If you’re a health and wellness practitioner, we encourage you to explore the opportunity to build your knowledge through the SomaTraining program.

Experienced Trainers, Physical Therapist, Physiotherapist, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, CHEK practitioners, Exercise and Movement Practitioners such as Pilates and Yoga teachers will all greatly benefit from SOMA Training courses.

Why Attend?

Deepen your understanding of applied anatomy and biomechanics. Learn hundreds of new quality exercises. Think differently. Produce outstanding results. Set yourself apart.

 

 

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