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Health & Wellness Workshops

Core Training
for (People with) Back Pain

A summer workshop series to bridge the gap between rehabilitation and real-life. 

Core strength helps people be more stable and less susceptible to injury. This class is designed to help you protect your spine by understanding your personal pain triggers and learning how to avoid them. It is a systematic approach to strengthening your core that helps people improve their rehabilitation outcomes and back pain management.

I’m Katie Chesher, Acacia’s resident Kinesiologist. 

Join me for 4 x 90 minute in-person workshops at Acacia Health. 

Select “Core Training for Back Pain”

This spinal stabilization workshop series will focus exclusively on education and teaching you the skills and tactics required to build a strong foundation for a resilient core. 

Week 1 – Diaphragmatic Breathing & Postural Education
Week 2 – Finding Neutral Spinal Alignment in Different Body Positions: Education & Practice
Week 3 – Creating a Spinal Brace: Education & Skills
Week 4 – Review of Skills, Core Integration: Movement & Flow  

Enrolling in this core training workshop, will allow you to: 

A fresh approach for brand new and experienced core exercisers alike, I will meet you where you are and seek to teach you the foundations in a way that makes sense to you. When it comes to back pain we are not differentiated by our physical capabilities but by our mindset and willingness to take responsibility. 

you should be prepared to:

we will:

  1. Learn the basic theory of spinal stabilization 
  2. Practice together in an interactive environment 
  3. Share resources and home practice guidelines 

you will walk away with:

  1. An accurate and up to date appraisal of your spinal stabilization strategy  
  2. The skills to safely increase your overall physical capacity 
  3. The vision and confidence to move forward

take advantage of: 

  1. A safe space to ask questions, discuss barriers and troubleshoot challenges  
  2. Small group atmosphere conducive to learning  
  3. Personalized movement coaching from a Kinesiologist 

“As to methods there may be a million and then some, but principles are few. The man who grasps principles can successfully select his own methods. The man who tries methods, ignoring principles, is sure to have trouble” – Ralph Waldo Emerson 

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