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Low Pressure Fitness Level 2: A Certification Series – SELF-PACED with Tamara Rial
June 3, 2021, 9:00 pm EDT
Tamara Rial, PhD, CSPS
Dates & Location:
This course can be found online and self paced HERE.
Low Pressure Fitness Level one is required in order to participate in level 1 with Tamara Rial.
This two-day continuing education seminar is the next step in the Low Pressure Fitness Certification Series for those professionals who already have taken level 1 with Dr. Rial and what to progress with their application of the Low Pressure exercises with their clients. This will be the first edition of the level 2 course delivered by Pelvic Guru. Tamara will teach you how to design group classes and introduce dynamic and more advance sequencing of exercises for your clients. You will also learn how to properly teach, assess and guide the intermediate level of your clients low pressure training. You will advance your knowledge, practice, and expertise in teaching and applying the intermediate sequence of Low Pressure Fitness exercises. This course includes both lecture and lab components. It’s a highly practical course so don’t forget your mat! Secure your place for the only level 2 edition of 2020!
What People have been saying about Low Pressure Fitness Level 1:
“There is very little structured education about the hypopressive technique, except for this course. The science of “why” hypopressives work in conjunction with the real-life feedback from those who actively practice hypopressives is quite impressive. I highly recommend this course for any health and fitness professional looking to restructure their breathing patterns, for bodybuilders looking to perfect the vacuum technique, and all women’s health professionals.”
“This is a great class for the pelvic health practitioner to help patients who need to improve tone and automaticity of the pelvic floor for support, as well as improve abdominopelvic organ mobility. A game changer, and highly recommended!”
“One of the best course I have taken in a long time! I can’t wait to do level 2/3!”
“I am very happy to have had the opportunity to take this course. I am the only personal trainer that I know with the certification. Both my in person, and my online business has grown significantly because of this course. I love being one of the few that is credentialed in low pressure fitness.”
“This course really challenges my thinking and approach to treatment with regards to many health concerns not just women’s health. There was plenty of published data to back teaching points. The instructor was clearly very experienced and a critical thinker. Great course!”
Instructor: Tamara Rial, PhD, CSPS
About the instructor:
Tamara Rial earned dual bachelor degrees in exercise science and physical education, a masters degree in exercise science and a doctorate with international distinction from the University of Vigo (Spain). Her dissertation focused on the effects of hypopressive exercise on women’s health. She is an exercise physiologist and a certified specialist in special populations (CSPS).
After years of training professionals in the hypopressive technique, she co-founded & created the exercise training program Low Pressure Fitness which is based on hypopressive, myofascial & neurodynamic techniques. In 2016, this program was awarded the best exercise program by AGAXEDE, a leading sports management association in Spain. Her certification program Low Pressure Fitness has trained more than 5000 health and fitness professionals from around the world. In 2019, Dr. Rial founded her own personal project “Exercise & Women’s Health” with the mission to educate, empower and embody women in evidence-based exercise programs.
Dr. Rial is a lecturer, researcher, and author about exercise for women’s health. Known as the “HypopressiveGuru”, she has published numerous scientific articles and books hypopressive exercise and Pelvic floor fitness. She is an internationally recognized speaker and has presented at numerous international scientific conferences throughout the US, Argentina, Canada, Mexico, Portugal, and Spain. As an established researcher and practitioner, she continues to collaborate with colleagues at universities and health care settings to explore the effects of hypopressive exercise on health and wellbeing. She lives with her husband and therapy dog on the east coast of the United States.
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