Trigger points are fascial restrictions that compromise the tissue structure in which they are located, placing a greater strain on other tissues that must compensate for its weakness. These points in the fascia can restrict or alter a joint’s motion, resulting in a change of normal neural feedback to the central nervous system. Eventually, the neuromuscular system becomes less efficient, leading to premature fatigue, chronic pain, injury and less efficient motor skill performance.
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Cancellation/Refund Policies: Refunds are made according to the following schedule: 60 days or more until event: 100%; 45-60 days 75%; 30-45 days: 50%; 15-29 days: 25%; two weeks or less until event: $0. There are NO EXCEPTIONS to this refund policy. It is allowable for you to transfer your registration to somebody else, although it is your responsibility to identify the individual and make any financial arrangements directly with them. If a course is cancelled for any reason, a full refund shall be provided. Course may be canceled if a minimum number of attendance is not reached two weeks prior to training. If it looks like a class will have to be cancelled due to Mother Nature, we will do our very best to contact you and give you as much notice as possible. With that said, please make your travel plans accordingly, knowing that we are not responsible for acts of God and cannot refund travel expenses related to cancelled/rescheduled courses. No refunds are given for not showing up to course if registered.
$399* Early Bird Special Price
$449*Regular Price if Registering after Early Bird Deadline of June 22nd, 2019
*Course price includes the Flexibility Restoration manual with 195 pages of course content illustrating Flexibility Restoration techniques and instructions on performing them as well*
Flexibility therapy and prescription delves into the science of optimizing flexibility. Through detailed assessments, we can pinpoint the areas of restriction and take the guessing out of the equation in order to create balance in our bodies.
Flexibility can be optimized through detailed assessments, reduction of fascial tension, restoring proper joint position, and stretching techniques. Flexibility Script techniques utilizing myofascial releases, band mobilizations, integrative stretching, and movement can improve multiple functions in the body that aid movement efficiency.
All Flexibility Script Courses are continually updated with the most up to date information to help you and others achieve freedom of movement for life. Upon completion of all three courses, you are given a toolbox of different movements, mobilizations, active and passive stretching techniques, and assessments. The knowledge gained lets you understand when, how, and why we apply the different techniques depending on each individual's wants and needs. With Flexibility Script, you will hold the power to effectively change someone's quality of life and help them understand how they can move and feel their best 😀.
Complete all three Flexibility Script Continuing Education Courses:
Flexibility Script Assessments
The Fleximobile Integration
In any order within a three year period and receive your Certificate in Flexibility Therapy and Prescription upon completion of all three courses.
The knowledge and expertise gained from each Flexibility Script course will directly tie in with the other courses offered, rendering full expertise in flexibility therapy and its prescription when all courses are attended.
Each course is offered once every calendar year out of Flexibility Script's home base of Gainesville, FL. Each course awards 8 to 14 hours of Continuing Education Credits for NSCA, NASM, NCBTMB, AFAA, and PTA Global. If interested in having Flexibility Script Continuing Education Courses out to educate in your city/state, email us at FlexibilityScript@gmail.com for more information.
Flexibility Restoration Course Objectives:
Continuing Education Credits Provided:
1.4 NASM CEUs (National Academy of Sports Medicine)
1.4 NSCA CEUs (National Strength & Conditioning Association)
14 NCBTMB CE Hours (National CB for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork) 14 AFAA CEUs (Athletics and Fitness Association of America)
14 PTA Global CECs (Personal Training Academy Global)
Register today for the Flexibility Restoration course taking place
Saturday & Sunday, July 20th and 21st of 2019 😊!
This Flexibility Restoration course delves into the science of optimizing flexibility through a reduction of fascial tension and stretching techniques. Learn how to properly stretch someone and teach the best self care techniques to help yourself and others. A reduction in fascial tension is achieved with various flexibility tools to pressure wave, smash and floss, tack and twist, and PNF contract and relax for the most effective self myofascial releases. Stretching techniques covered involve partnered static, PNF contract and relax, and active isolation stretches for the entire body.
Discover your flexibility potential with Corrective and Active flexibility techniques at the Flexibility Restoration course taking place Saturday and Sunday, July 2oth and 21st of 2019 😊.
Flexibility Restoration helps address the issues that can come on acutely, along with treating and preventing those that come on over time. Corrective and Active flexibility techniques integrate scientific based stretching along with self myofascial releases for the entire body to achieve further gains in range of motion.
Self myofascial release is a flexibility technique that focuses on the neural system and fascial system in the body. These systems play an important role in the support and function of our bodies, since they surround and attach to all our structures. In the normal healthy state, the fascia is relaxed and wavy in configuration. It has the ability to stretch and move without restriction. Fascial restrictions affect our flexibility and stability, and are a determining factor in our ability to withstand stress (like workouts!) and perform our daily activities.
Our bodies were designed to move. Having the ability to move with ease and without pain is key to living a happy life where freedom of movement prevails ❤️.
Flexibility is important to moving efficiently and factors that affect flexibility can present themselves at any point during our lives. Factors like our age, occupations, past injuries, level of activity and fatigue can all play a role in our flexibility. Movement restrictions due to these factors can arise suddenly with onset pain or slowly over time. Learning to integrate flexibility techniques into our daily lives is VITAL to continue to move happily with ease.
Flexibility Therapy and Prescription
University of Florida
SW Recreation Center
3150 Hull Road Gainesville, FL, 32611
Course Date and Time:
July 20th and 21st, 2019
8:30am - 4:30pm on both days
Lunch Break from 12-1pm on both days