|Location :King's College London, Guy's Campus, London SE1 1UL, United Kingdom|
|Start Time : 09:00:00 AM|
|Start Date : Apr-17-2019|
|End Time : 04:00:00 PM|
|End Date : Apr-17-2019|
What is core stability and what does this phrase really mean? So much of the ideas around it are focussed on abdominal structures that make little sense when considering stability.
The sacrum with gluteal attachments represents a significant area for stabilisation of the body and it could be that a new narrative is required in order to understand fully the role that stability plays in human functional movement.
In this workshop we will consider some of the more traditional ideas around this controversial area and see if we can establish a newer and perhaps truer, ‘core’.
core stability abdominal structures core fascia anatomy fascia dissection