Complementary Sports Techniques course 2014-2015

The Complementary Sports Techniques course consider teaching the use of Complementary Sports Techniques to graduate students in Physical Education, athletic trainers, massage therapists, students of Physical Therapy, Physiotherapy, Sports and Rehabilitation Technicians.

After the success of the course 2013/2014, we represent the same conditions.

The course mentioned above provides a weekly basis presence for a few hours, modulated by the students, at our studio in Via Galileo Galilei 6 in Milan, for the duration of one year (the week of September 22, 2014 to the last week of July 2015) to learn and practice the Complementary Sports Techniques.

The course will be held during the week in order to offer students an educational training a very important practice of the business world at the same time; in addition, the student will come into contact with top athletes, sports journalists and professionals in the health and wellness of the highest level, creating a wider experience.

During the course, the issue will be the follow:

Complementary Sports Techniques and treatment to increase muscle strength

Theory of Complementary Sports Techniques, concept of force according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and according to Western physiology; Organs and Viscera according to TCM related to muscle strength; skin areas and specific energy points to increase the strength of the upper and lower limbs. Techniques based on Moxa for the Force.

Complementary Sports Techniques and treatment to increase proprioceptive capacity

Theory of Complementary Sports Techniques, Proprioceptivity concept, balance and body perception in space according to TCM and according to the Western view; Organs and Viscera according to TCM-related proprioceptive abilities; skin areas and energy points to the increase in proprioceptive abilities and balance. Techniques based on Moxa for Proprioceptivity.

Complementary Sports Techniques and treatment for the increase of resistance to sport activities

Theory of Complementary Sports Techniques, the concept of resistance to muscular effort according to TCM and according to Western physiology; Organs and Viscera according to TCM related to the ability of muscle strength and cardio-vascular; zones and energy points to the increase in stamina. Techniques based on Moxa for the Resistance.

Complementary Sports Techniques and treatment for the increase in fast and explosive strength of the athlete

Theory of Complementary Sports Techniques, concept of speed strength according to TCM and according to Western physiology; Organs and Viscera according to TCM-related speed strength; skin areas and energy points for the speed increase muscle. Techniques based on Moxa for speed athletics.

Complementary Sports Techniques and the “nutrition factor’ in sports

Theory of Complementary Sports Techniques, concept of power according to TCM and according to the Western view; Organs and Viscera according to TCM related to digestive function and absorption of nutrients; postural/energy exercises to optimize the capacity of absorption and digestion. Food fit for athletic performance based on seasonal phases, to the indoor climate of the place of performance and the energy conditions of the athlete.

Complementary Sports Techniques and postural evaluation of the athlete

Theory of Complementary Sports Techniques, concept of postural attitude according to TCM and Western view; Organs and Viscera related to postural attitude according to TCM and according to Western physiology; postural assessment of the athlete based on sagittal, frontal and transverse; analysis of the relationship between temporomandibular joint and spine.

Complementary Sports Techniques and mental implementation techniques

Theory of Complementary Sports Techniques and the concept of mental strength. Correlation between TCM and Western view of the memory capacity and goal setting; technical scientific practices of relaxation, visualization and optimization of production mental capabilities in sport. Analysis of the conditions of ‘mental and physical exhaustion’ (burnout) and Flow (psycho-physical state of grace) in athletes.

Complementary Sports Techniques, joint mobility and vitality energy

Theory of Complementary Sports Techniques and concept of mobility according to TCM; Energy Training exercises aimed to the increase the articular energy and vitality, breathing exercises related to the increase in the mobility and flow of vital energy.

Complementary Sports Techniques and functional disorders of athlete

Theory of Complementary Sports Techniques and application in rehabilitation; energy analysis of the joints of the shoulder, knee and ankle of the athlete; basic techniques of optimization and functional recovery through combined and integrated actions of rehabilitation compensation, energy techniques and dynamic taping.

Complementary Sports Techniques, moxa and cupping for performance sports

Theory of Complementary Sports Techniques and combined use of moxibustion and cupping to increase the conditional capacity and to speeding up the recovery of injuries. Integrated techniques for the increase energy vitality and for the improvement of vertebral pain and articular.

The course includes a cost of € 2000 + VAT for those who have already attended the basic course at the Catholic University of TCS, and € 2500 + VAT for those who have not done the above.

Payment can be divided in two installments to be paid by 12 September 2014 and the second by January 1, 2014.

Registration can be made by bank transfer – IBAN IT39S0200801681000100778285 – with reason “TCS Course 2014-2015 ‘, or directly to the secretary of the Firm. The course has a limited number

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