What are we trying to do?

Ever wondered what we're trying to do with Coach Biopilates Consulting? Ever wondered why I work as hard as I do and keep going? That's a good question. The WHY is powerful. Without it, you wont go far at all. It took me years to figure out what I was trying to do, but with time, effort and practice, the purpose/vision/mission starts to emerge from the chaos. "Helping people find solutions in their business as a trainer and finding solutions for my clients as a coach."

The winning model: 5 Steps to attract more customers each month.

formation construire son activité

Today, the market for service delivery in general, consulting and coaching is booming and the model I'm going to share allows you to offer services to a clientele happy to pay for a targeted expertise. A provider who starts an activity follows a course that 99% of the professionals in his sector borrow. We will see together the steps it crosses, confronting it with the harsh reality of service providers.

Prenatal development course :

formation prénatale

objectives :
In this Prenatal development course (fromlatin natalis, meaning 'relating to birth') you will see all the steps and the process in which an embryo and later fetus develops during gestation. Prenatal development starts with fertilization , the first stage in embryogenesis which continues in fetal development until birth. In human pregnacy, prenatal development, also known as antenatal development, is the development of the embryo following fertilization, and continued as fetal development. By the end of the tenth week of gestational age the embryo has acquired its basic form and is referred to as a fetus. The next period is that of fetal development where many organs become fully developed. This fetal period is described both topically (by organ) and chronologically (by time) with major occurrences being listed by gestational age.

Functional anatomy and pathologies of the lower limb

formation membre inferieur

objectives :
This training module aims to update the knowledge:
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- on the descriptive and functional anatomy of the lower limb,
- on the pathologies of the joints of the knee, the ankle, the foot,
- on the muscular and tendinous pathologies of the lower limb,
- on the exercises and the possible sequelae of these pathologies.

Functional anatomy and pathologies of the upper limb

membre supérieur

objectives :
This training module aims to update the knowledge:
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- on the descriptive and functional anatomy of the upper limb,
- on the pathologies of the joints of the shoulder, the elbow, the hand,
- on the muscular and tendinous pathologies of the upper limb,
- on the exercises and the possible sequelae of these pathologies.

Ballet Biopilates

ballet biopilates

The Importance of Strength Training for Dancers What good is flexibility if you don’t have the strength to properly utilize it to the fullest extent? Lifting the leg and holding it for an extended period of time, as dancers must do, requires a lot of leg strength and control. However, this also requires lots of core control. When a dancer lacks core strength, that’s when we start to see various compensatory movements to maintain leg heights.

Compensatory Movements:

- Hip Hiking
- Pelvic Rotation
- Trunk Leaning

The core is more than just what we think of as the six pack muscles. Learning to stabilize allaspects of the core is essential to improving height with developpe, arabesque, attitude etc. Core stability is also important in controlling turns, jumps and transitional movements in ballet.

Traditional abdominal exercises like crunches and sit ups are effective in improving your abdominal strength. However, these exercises only target one set of abdominal muscles. They do not address stabilizing the core while the extremities are moving. Furthermore, these are often performed incorrectly which can cause more harm than good to the body.

Exercises that Improve Core Strength and Stability

The ballet biopilates course is an excellent supplemental to ballet training because it stresses core control a few position:

- Core control in a neutral spine position
- Core control with movement of the arms and legs
- Core control for sustained periods of time
The Ballet biopilates course also teaches proper breathing techniques to maintain core stability while you are moving. This helps with endurance during long dance sequences and variations.

Core strength also helps to support the spine. Dancing can be particularly taxing on the spine, especially in young dancers with hypermobile joints. A former dancer and a physical therapist, I encourage all dancers, no matter the age or level, to incorporate core stability exercises into their daily exercise regimen. This will help them to use their flexibility to the max!