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Get all your questions answered! This is a Q&A for the Pilates Progressions Program through Personalized Pilates. To find out more about the program please contact us at www.PersonalizedPilates.com,

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This is a live question and answer time for the Pilates Progressions Program hosted by Katrina Foe. Get all your questions about Pilates, anatomy, working with clients and more answered by a Pilates Master Teacher Trainer.
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It's "itis" night! We discussed bursitis and plantar fascitis specifically - the who, what, when, where and why. The case study we had was a lady with hip bursitis and possible femoral nerve pain. Then we covered what plantar fascitis is and... more

What is the glut - hamstring connection and how do they work together? Is RICE really the best to help healing? How should I work with clients that have knock knees or bow legs? Where can I get CECs for the PMA? All these answered... more

Tonight we are talking about dealing with the cold season as a Pilates instructor, particularly the cancelation policies. Bonus! Recipes to keep you well during this season! Also, we cover questions about the psoas, long versus short strap use... more

Lots of great questions about things such as cueing Long Back Stretch on the Tower, getting the best work situation, trying to not learn unused choreography, working with odd gait patterns and adductor imbalances. We also talked about... more

Tonight we had a great case study about an injury to the SI area after a hip replacement. We discussed IT bands, foam rollers, muscle balancing and much more!

We had great follow up info and questions from last week's question about a youth with scoliosis and patellofemoral syndrome including information on IT bands and their muscle imbalances, how to increase flexibility and why... more

Tonight we answered some questions about learning more when you travel, working with those that walk with their feet pointed out and had a great case study on a client that is an adolescent with scoliosis and patellofemoral syndrome.

Happy New Year's! How can you best prepare for those New Year's clients? Get ready to help them turn their New Year's resolutions into reality.

Tonight we discussed knee replacements, why people have "bad knees" and how to avoid them. Also a full discussion on dynamic versus static postural alignment - what is the difference and why does it matter?

Tonight we went into anatomical depth on the shoulder mechanics of the rotator cuff and how to work with shoulder issues. We also discussed different training programs and how they compare in terms of levels. Plus we had a discussion... more

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