Mobility & Movement Certifications

Continuing Education Provider

Canfit – BCRPA – PTA Global – NASM

 

“Movement is Medicine”

Do you want to learn how to train pain free?

Need to increase your mobility, flexibility and stability?

Do you want to learn step by step progressions that will take your bodyweight training to another level?

These course is suitable for all levels, trainers and non fitness professionals alike.

 

New Dates Added Monthly
Date Location Course Register
March 29/2
Montreal 5 Day Upper & Lower Level 1 SOLD OUT
April 20/22 Moose Jaw Assessment Course REGISTER 
May 3-5
Hong Kong Private Kettlebell-Mobility-Clubs CLOSED
May 12/13 Toronto Lower Body Level 1 REGISTER
Sept 8/9 Toronto Upper Body Level 1 REGISTER
Oct 4/8 Montreal 5 Day Upper & Lower Level 1 REGISTER
Dec 15/16 Montreal Level 2 REGISTER

 

Joint Mobility & Body Weight training have been a part of the Agatsu system since its inception. Through years of study of various health and martial arts systems, yoga, dance and gymnastics, Shawn Mozen has partnered with Sara-Clare Lajeunesse to create an active and effective joint mobility program that has become the corner stone to all of their training. With the simple idea that we must first learn to master our own bodies before we can learn to overcome the resistance offered by weights, the Agatsu Joint Mobility & Movement program was born.

“No citizen has a right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training… what a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.” Socrates

 

Upper Body- you will learn:

    • How, why, when and where should you use Joint Mobility in your training? Explore the fundamentals of joint mobility and joint preparation training and the essential roles they play in warm-up and injury mitigation.
    • Bullet proof your body. Stop hurting yourself in training and start building a stronger more resilient body. Learn how to safely and incrementally train in positions of disadvantage to gain greater stability within your joints.
    • Train without pain! Learn how to deal with and help remove stalls in joint ranges of motion through the use of self-massage and fascial stretching techniques.
    • Introduction and progressions to basic rolling, falling and balance exercises.
    • Explore the missing links in your training and develop raw strength with easy to follow gymnastics fundamentals.
    • Progressions for upper body strength movements: pull ups, push ups, ring dips, toes to bar, L-sits, strict muscle ups and handstands.
    • Develop your flexibility and greater range of motion through dynamic and loaded stretching progressions for the upper body and spine. Introduction to back bending and working towards the full bridge.
    • Understand and create a sound pre-workout joint mobility and joint preparation warm up, as well as develop a post training stretching and self-massage practice.
    • Develop programming for individual clients as well as class settings.
    • To help you take notes and organize the large amount of material we suggest that you purchase a copy of the e-book located in our store.
    • Testing is NOT based on physical ability at level 1. This is an intro level course and we do not expect nor demand that participants have achieved any pre-requisites in flexibility, mobility or strength. This course is designed to provide you with the tools necessary to excel in these areas and is suitable for all levels.

Lower Body-you will learn:

  • Progressions to developing a rock bottom squat, below 90 degrees. Squatting deep is not out of reach if you know what is topping you from getting there. Learn how to safely and effectively take the Squat apart and built it from the ground up for any client.
  • Why you should be complementing your Squat training with Dead Lifts and how to safely perform many excellent variations of this great exercise.
  • Why single leg strength training is a must. Explore lunges, Hawaiian Squat, Pistols, Split Squats, Cossack and other single leg variations and how they correct muscle imbalances and help you gain greater control and strength in sports and weight training.
  • How, why, when and where should you use Joint Mobility in your training? Explore the fundamentals of joint mobility and joint preparation training and the essential roles they play in warm-up and injury mitigation.
  • Bullet proof your lower body. Stop hurting yourself in training and start building a stronger more resilient body. Learn how to safely and incrementally train in positions of disadvantage to gain greater stability within your joints. Work on specific exercises and flow drills to aid the lower back, hips, knees ankles and feet to gain greater range of motion and help relieve joint pain.
  • Build on progressions to basic rolling, falling, jumping and balance exercises without the use of your upper body.
  • Understand and create a sound pre-workout joint mobility and joint preparation warm up, as well as develop a post training stretching and self-massage practice.
  • Develop programming for individual clients as well as class settings.
  • To help you take notes and organize the large amount of material we suggest that you purchase a copy of the e-book located in our store.

 

In order to maintain the high standards that our certifications have become associated

with, re-certification is mandatory every 2 years. Fee to re-certify is $200

 

*Registration is a reservation and guarantee of your place at a course.

There are no refunds or transfers for a reserved spot. In the event that a workshop is canceled for some unforeseen reason, we will refund all registrations.

 

Pete Williams
I am a practising Registered Physical Therapist and found the movement and joint mobility course so packed with great information that I took it twice in one year just so that I was better able to synthesize the content.
Actually designed as way to enhance overall fitness, this two day Certification is not anchored down with excessive theory or unnecessary course work, just sound exercises with appropriate progressions and principles of mobility that I was immediately able to integrate into my Physical Therapy Practice the next day. I have spent thousands on numerous courses and have found this course to be the best value for immediate impact on my clients. For any rehabilitation specialists, (Physical Therapists, Massage Therapists, or Athletic Therapists), I would strongly recommend being open-minded and stepping outside of the standard repertoire of courses offered by your respective professions. Sara and Shawn are progressive and will help you think-outside of the conventional “box” as to what is possible with rehabilitation.

Pete Williams (Registered Physical Therapist)
CAFCI
BSc. Kinesiology
MSc. Physical Therapy