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Neuroplasticity An Exploration Through Movement – Distance-Learning


  • This is a recorded version of Angela’s 2 day course.
  • Asynchronous learning allows you to learn on your own schedule with no limited timeframe. You can access and complete lectures, movement explorations and other learning materials at any time.
  • Pilates Instructors can receive 16 CEC credits for distance learning upon completion.

Neuroplasticity is an exciting, quickly expanding and respected field providing vast new applications for somatic therapists.
In this course, current science as well as the Feldenkrais Method®, is presented. Participants will discover how to utilize movement to mobilize the plasticity of the brain. They will also learn to expedite results in treatment by using movement to access and shift the nervous system.

Angela Crowley has presented this material at The Pilates on Tour Rehab Summit and for Polestar Pilates. Now she brings this course live online to you. presented on Zoom, these two 8 hour days presented on consecutive weekends are structured to be accessible in multiple time zones. That means that this incredible learning experience can happen in the comfort of your own home. 

There will be live movement experiences, lab and Q&A opportunities.

Continuing Education Credit

This course has fulfilled CEC credit requirements. Attendees completing the course will receive 16 NPCP CEC credits. 

What to Expect

After registration is complete,

  • You will receive a confirmation email an opportunity set your password 
  • Be sure to check your spam folder for that confirmation email as it should arrive almost instantly. {Note Users of Yahoo as an email provider may be a significant delay in the delivery of your confirmation.} 
  • You can then login and get access to your course in the attendee area

Once you complete the 2 assessments,

  • You will receive a certificate of completion and record of your CEC credits