The movement as therapy workshop with Sandro Grüner focuses on pain release techniques and gives you a profound insight into neuro-centered training. You get the chance to get to know your body from a new side - to understand your own statics, muscular imbalances and your neurological-sensory status. In addition, you will be given specific tools to easily integrate exercises into your existing training, which are individually adapted to your body image.
The movement as therapy workshop with Sandro Grüner - learn more about the workshop
With the help of a smart warm-up, immobile structures and the most common complaints can be controlled. Static balancing exercises and neurological-sensory exercises are important. This workshop gives you the opportunity to assess your own statics, muscular imbalances and neurological-sensory status. You will be given tools to easily integrate exercises into your existing training. Neuro-centered training in particular is probably the hottest shit in athletic training right now. It's also now an integral part of modern sports therapy. Why is that and how can I think of neuro-centered training? How can neuro exercises help me in terms of performance improvement, posture control or pain management?
Sandro's workshop allows you to find answers to these questions. You will also gain awareness of your own status and tips on how to practically integrate exercises into your training routine.
Learn more about Sandro Grüner
A ruptured Achilles tendon put me, then 13 years old, in checkmate. After graduating from high school in the tranquil town of Bamberg, I began an internship in a large sports rehab center in Munich. A sports science degree and various continuing education courses later, I now deal with all topics related to the body in motion, or healing through movement. The know-how of almost 20 years of sports therapy I try not only in the context of my lectureship to aspiring physios and athletic trainers to bring closer, but also every day to my patients and clients in my practice.
When: Saturday, 12 June 2021 from 10.00 - 12.30h
If you want to learn more about Sandro, you can visit his website here.
You also have the opportunity to get an insight into Neurocentric Training in our K&C Podcast 'Why Movement is So Important' with Sandro.
Photos: Jelena Moro Photography