Anatomy and Teaching Foundations

AU$ 450.00

This bundle is an introduction to movement anatomy and neuroanatomy as well as introducing pre-movement principles and looking at the art of cueing and programming.

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Anatomy and Teaching Foundations Bundle

This bundle gives you access to Anatomy Dimensions Introduction to Movement, Anatomy Dimensions Introduction to Neuroanatomy, Pre-Movement Principles (only sold in our bundle courses) and Cueing and Programming (only sold in our bundle courses). 4 courses, 5 certificates at 1 Affordable Price.  Click on the names above or the icon’s below to read more information about each course or purchase the courses individually (if applicable).

+ Introduction to neuroanatomy +


Bundle Description

This course is an introduction to movement anatomy and physiology. You will learn basic anatomical terminology and start your journey towards understanding how the human body moves and functions. In this course we also introduce you to neuroanatomy and to how our nervous system interacts with movement outputs. The third part of the course introduces pre-movement principles from which we build most of our exercises in future courses. We also introduce the art of cueing and how to programme to achieve your clients’ and your goals most effectively.

Introduction to Movement

// An introduction to anatomical terms of movement that are relevant for teachers and students wanting to go onto learn any movement or therapy discipline

// An introduction to concepts of injuries and recovery stages for bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments. The information is intended to help practitioners better understand and work with medical and allied health practitioners to achieve consistent client programming and movement strategies

// An introduction to the concepts of the muscular slings and their role in dynamic stability and movement

Introduction to Neuroanatomy

// An introduction to neuroanatomy terms and principles that are relevant for teachers and students wanting to go on to learn any movement or therapy discipline.

Pre-Movement Principles, Cueing and Programming

// Principles of cueing and programming that allow movement practitioners to better interact with clients to achieve optimal movement outcomes. The principles incorporate ideas such as the pre-movement strategies that facilitate alignment and cueing.

You will be given ideas and exercises that can be incorporated into your regular movement practice, both in the studio and as part of homework or in online classes. The course contains an extensive list of exercises that you can start using with your clients today. All the repertoire is filmed and the videos contain information about the focus and purpose for each exercise as well as cueing tips and other useful information when working with clients in the studio or in online classes.

Who are these courses for

This is a great course for those looking to start their journey in human movement, whether as a future teacher or for themselves. It is also a great way for experienced practitioners to review their anatomy terminology and learn some new ways of looking at cueing and programming. The inclusion of neuroanatomy in this course makes it worthwhile to do for anyone interested in neurological or autoimmune conditions.

What you will get

When purchasing the Anatomy and Teaching Foundation course you will receive 12 month access to all course material. This includes the online video lessons, covering theory and exercise strategies, as well as an online manual. You will also be able to purchase a colour printed copy of the manual at a 10% discount. At any time during the 12 months, you can join up to any of our live course extensions which will allow you to delve deeper into the themes discussed in the course.