Indian Clubs and Wand Classes

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Indian Clubs and Wands for Health and Fitness

Next Workshop Is Saturday April 6th, 2019

At Swedish Institute 151 West 26th St. NYC NY 10001

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 Indian Club and Health Wand

Pre-and Post-Rehab Exercise Protocols

$275.00 $225.00 early bird

Instructor: Vincent Metzo, MA, LMT, CSCS
Contact Hours: 8 NY State, 8 FL State
Date: Saturday April 6, 2019
Time: 9:00am-6:00pm

Please check back or join our mailing list using the form above for upcoming course information. Email vincent@IndianClubs101.com to host a workshop at your facility.

Is currently the only Indian Club and Wand instructor training course approved for CEU/CECs by National Certifying Organizations for Personal Trainers and Coaches.

.8 ACE credits

.8 NSCA CEUs

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Designed for, and within the scope of practice, of both the licensed massage therapist and the personal trainer.

As you know, massage therapists can use exercises to prolong and enhance the effects of a massage. This course will teach Pre- and Post-Rehab and Self-Care exercises with Indian Clubs and Health Wands.  Wands and Indian Clubs were used extensively for restorative exercises and recovery during the golden age of American Physical Education and Physical Culture in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. They are a powerful tool for enhancing treatments by promoting mobility, stamina, and coordination (inter and intramuscular.)

You will learn how crossing the midline, stimulating the brainstem, and complex rhythmic movement activities do more than improve inter and intramuscular coordination, but may also improve cognition and higher mental functions.  Pre- and post-rehab applications of club and wand drills will be presented, along with teaching and correcting methods from a motor learning perspective.  These sequences can be used with clients for warm up and cool down, as well as part of a restorative exercise program or on “light days.” Structured drills with these tools build coordination, skill, timing, mobility, stamina and resilience.

Students will learn, practice and teach:

  • Foundational motor learning principles to guide practice schedules, teaching, and correcting
  • Sagittal and horizontal plane club and wand exercises and sequences with basic footwork
  • Basic assessments, progressions and regressions
  • One and two club drills and exercises
  • One and two handed wand drills and exercises
  • Foundational motor learning principles to guide practice schedules, teaching, and correcting
  • Frontal and multiplanar club and wand exercises and sequences with basic footwork
  • Basic assessments, progressions and regressions
  • One and two club drills and exercises
  • One and two handed wand drills and exercises