Science offers new information, or in many instances, substantiates old theories. This allows movement professionals to better their systems, ultimately providing better teaching methods and better outcomes. At times, however, some of this information is implemented either incorrectly or taken to the extreme, creating a new set of problems. This DVD explores this phenomenon and delves into several examples of common problems that have evolved from good movement concepts.
By Rael Isacowitz, MA
Rael Isacowitz, MA, is the founder of BASI™ Pilates (Body Arts and Science International). He is an internationally-recognized teacher of teachers and an expert in Pilates. His BASI Pilates program spans 20 countries and 65 locations. With over 30 years experience, Rael has taught movement science, dance, athletics, yoga and Pilates. In addition, he has produced an extensive compilation of DVDs, movement analysis workbooks and two books, Pilates (Human Kinetics) and Pilates Anatomy (with Kern Clippinger, Human Kinetics, that have gained international recognition and has been translated into several languages. ... read more.