ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY OF BASEWORKS WITH ASIA SHCHERBAKOVA (ENGLISH): TOKYO
Mar 27, 2018 - May 08, 2018
6 WEEKS: 25 Hours
Capacity: 20 participants
This course will look into the anatomy and physiology of Baseworks Practice and the corresponding effect of movement on health in general.
- Health and Medicine in Different Cultures
- Biological Structure and Function in Relation to Heath
- Muscular-Skeletal System
- Roles of Muscles in Producing Movements
- Nervous System
- Chemical Communication
Baseworks Practice is structured into 4 modules with different physical prerequisites and learning objectives. All modules are taught in the same teaching methodology, ensuring a consistent learning experience.
BASEWORKS Research Associate & Co-Developer | BASEWORKS Practice Certified Instructor | BT2 | MSc. Human Genetics | PhD Biotechnology
Asia holds a Master of Science in Human Genetics and a PhD in Biotechnology. She has been involved in projects related to the effects of stress on learning and memory and alongside her research and development for Baseworks, she is now studying the pro-cognitive effects of medium-chain triglycerides.
Her role as Baseworks co-developer is both to map the method applications onto known neurobiological mechanisms in order to improve the method’s efficacy, and to “translate” the pioneering applications in order to map them back onto common categories in exercise physiology, other movement practices and everyday life.
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