Teacher: Johannes Freiberg.
Course: “Fascial Dynamics and Physical Activity in Aging 1 and 2”.
Format: Face-to-face and Online.
Location: Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico.
Date: July 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, 2022 (5 days).
Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (It may undergo any modification on the part of the teacher that will be communicated the first day).
Material delivered: Paper manual in face-to-face mode and digital in online mode.
Recommendations: For the practical part please bring comfortable clothes.
Certificate: Two certificates will be delivered, one for each course, in person or online (in the case online).
Registration: June 15, 2022 at 24:00, will be the closing of registration for the Congress and its courses. Limited places in the face-to-face mode. Registrations will be taken in order of arrival.
This course is reserved for Physical Education professionals, Physiotherapists, Somatic Therapists, Rolfers, Movement Professionals, Physical Therapists, Personal Trainers.
Teach sports and health professionals to understand the different characteristics of fascia in aging.
Develop an effective exercise program in aging, to improve in different pathologies.
These knowledge and techniques can be applied to any discipline of movement.
Level 1: Fascia in motor dynamics and physical activity in aging. Why train the fascia?
- Fascial dynamics applied to physical activity in aging.
Superficial and deep fascia. Elasticity and mobility.
- Fascial planes and continuities = force transmission and myofascial chains.
- Fascia, metabolism and AGE´s Advanced Glycation Products in muscular rigidity.
- Longevity-oriented dynamic stretching exercises. Elastic tension as a determining factor in the quality of movement.
- Age-oriented elastic tension and strength exercises.
Cognitive performance associated with fascia and aging. Dimensions of neuroplasticity and voluntary motor activity.
- Mechanoreceptors and functions in self-organized movement and proprioception.
- Body perception and body image in aging – Visual-motor system and synaptic activity in responses to spatial orientation and environmental environment.
Level 2. Fascia in Active Dynamic Therapeutics as a precursor to health.
- Exercise and fascia in the global therapy of the elderly.
- Fascia – circulatory and muscular system = an elastic pulse.
- Retinacles in crossed movements and spiral movements = tension unit.
- Anisotropy: densification and muscle stiffness in cardiorespiratory exercise.
- Myofascial pain and low back pain. Concepts and fundamentals of the Thoracolumbar Fascia – how the fascial planes relate to the motor complex.
- Walking – Rhythm, oscillatory system in elastic body tension.
- Free innervation, muscle spindles and OTG and voluntary cortical muscle effort.
- Free mechanoreceptors and interoception. Limbic system assessment system.
- Balance in gravity and the vestibular and mandibular system in regulating the speed of emotional responses. Reflection of fright and theory of self-determination.