Core & Pelvis Active Rehab Online Workshop

The core and pelvis provide a strong foundation for correct functional movement of the rest of the body.

This practical workshop will provide you with the skills to assess the core and pelvis, identify common dysfunctions, and provide your client with the most appropriate progressive strengthening program to address many common injuries and dysfunctions.

$195.00 AUD

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Reasons to Enroll

    • 5 CPDs ESSA, 4 CECs Fitness Australia, 5 CPEs ATMS, 3 PDPs Physical Activity Australia, 3.75 CPDs RepsNZ
    • Flexible learning – study at a time and pace that suits you
    • All learning material can be downloaded and saved
    • Learn how the core is the foundation of stability and strength for optimal pelvic stability
    • Discover the best progressive strengthening exercise to address issues with the core and pelvis


The Core & Pelvis Active Rehab online workshop is ideal for all fitness professionals. Learn how to identify common dysfunctions and design targeted exercise rehab programs for the core and pelvis.

Understanding the core is the basis for any good exercise program. A strong core will keep your body stable, balanced, and protect the spine. We will discuss the muscle groups that make up the core and how they work together to create a solid foundation. Learn the latest concepts in retraining core stability, including specific activation and exercise progressions for the pelvic floor, diaphragm, transversus abdominus and deep spinal stabilisers.

Pelvic stability plays the key role in rehabilitation and prevention of all lower limb injuries. Discover how the muscle sling systems that go across the pelvis provide us with stability to safely perform functional movements. We will take you through assessment techniques and exercise progressions for the anterior oblique, posterior oblique, lateral and deep longitudinal systems. With tips and ticks for activating individual muscles and down-training those prone to spasm.

A strong core and pelvis are the foundation for any good rehabilitation program. However, poorly performed flexion and extension exercises can be a major contributor to lower back pain. So, it is important that you are able to assess the quality of the movement and provide the correct cues. We will take you through many exercises and show some of the common mistakes and how to correct them.

Enroll today for essential knowledge in building the foundation of a great exercise rehab program.


Key Learning Points

    • Understand how to assess core and pelvic stability
    • Understand how the core reacts to pain
    • Be able to demonstrate exercises specific for – Transversus Abdominus, Multifidus, Pelvic Floor and Diaphragm
    • Be able to demonstrate specific exercises for posterior oblique, anterior oblique and lateral pelvic systems
    • Understand the role of core and pelvic stability muscles in preventing low back injury and pain.


What You Will Need

    • A computer, tablet or phone with access to the internet 
    • A pilates ball, resistance band, and large fitball
    • An exercise mat or appropriate space to do floor exercises