ATRI Online Ed Information
(SPECIFIC COURSE LISTINGS BELOW)
$59 – 1-hour course
$84 – 1.5-hour course
$109 – 2-hour course
$159 – 3-hour course
$199 – 4-hour course
$275 – 6-hour course
$325 - 7-hour course
$375 – 8-hour course
$695 – Specialty Certificate Program (for Course Numbers 1611, 2237, 2311, 2318, 2319 only)
Once you have accessed the online course there is no refund available. If you cancel in writing within 3 months of purchase and have not accessed the course there is a 75% refund. This cancellation policy applies for all ATRI Online Education. Any cancellation policy you may see in the online registration process does not apply to ATRI Online Education.
No preparation is required for the courses. You may take time to review or ‘fast forward’ during the course.
How it works:
After you click below to register and pay for a course:
Your information will be sent to Linda Scott, who will register you on the Online Ed website and e-mail you your username, password and the link for your course. Linda’s e-mail is Lscott255@yahoo.com
After you begin taking the course:
You will be able to download and print the course handouts and materials as well as watch the course on your computer.
ATRI faculty members are often available for email questions after the course is completed. You will find their contact information in the course proceedings.
AquaStretch Course Information
2617 – Intermediate AquaStretch™ for the Spine
Intermediate / 8-hour Workshop
Faculty: Beth Scalone, PT, DPT, OCS, ATRIC
Participants must have completed AquaStretchTM Basics or the AquaStretchTM Specialty Certificate Program.
AquaStretch™ helps to restore flexibility, reduce pain and improve sleep. AquaStretch™ theoretically breaks down fascial adhesions utilizing a combination of the facilitator/ therapist’s manual pressure and the client/ patient’s intuitive movement. AquaStretch™ methodology can be utilized within a wellness program or by therapists as an aquatic manual therapy technique. This is a one-on-one manual technique and not intended for group classes.
This course builds on the foundations and presents applications of AquaStretch™ techniques related to the spine. This course will cover the starting positions and grips for several AquaStretch™ techniques that influence the spine. Fascial connections of the spine are discussed and related to specific AquaStretch™ procedures. The participants will practice AquaStretch™ procedures, including:
- Applying AquaStretch™ theory and techniques for a variety of spine diagnoses
- Dialogue with patients/clients regarding pain and expectations
- Grips and holds for specific starting positions related to the spine
- Explaining and facilitating intuitive movement to maximize AquaStretch™ session
- Key follow-up exercise to maintain benefits from AquaStretch™ session
1) Relate AquaStretch™ theories to the spine.
2) Examine fascial connections influencing the spine.
3) Safely perform 3-4 basic starting positions and grips related to the spine.
4) Effectively cue and perform the basic AquaStretch™ procedure for the spine.
5) Determine appropriate water depth and equipment usage to maximize AquaStretch™ session.
6) Integrate AquaStretch™ technique into comprehensive spine rehabilitation program.
2626 - AquaStretch Certificate
2628 – Intermediate AquaStretch™ Pro for the Hip
Intermediate / 2-hour Workshop
Faculty: Laurie Denomme, B.Kinesiology
Prerequisite: Participants must have completed Introduction to AquaStretchTM or AquaStretchTM Basics or the AquaStretchTM Specialty Certificate Program.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: You’ve learned the AquaStretch™ technique – now it’s time to become a pro. This workshop teaches and applies knowledge of anatomy in motion to the AquaStretch™ procedure, One Leg Standing. Develop an understanding of what ranges of motion should be available at the hip, enhancing your ability to seek out and identify probable areas of tightness, pain or restriction. Learn why limited mobility and stability of these muscles can be the source of lower back pain, sciatica, headaches and more. Apply the principles of movement to restore optimal function to the hip flexors, adductors, abductors, rotators and hamstrings. Incorporate exercises to enhance stability in the newly acquired range of motion, facilitating maximized client results.
1) Describe why 3-dimensional movement is an essential component of any prevention, performance or rehabilitation program.
2) Identify motion at the hip necessary for functional movement.
3) Identify common deficits in hip range of motion and how that can lead to dysfunction.
4) Apply understanding of functional anatomy to restore optimal function to the hip flexors, adductors, abductors, rotators and hamstrings.
5) Select appropriate exercises to be done in a gravitational environment to improve stability in newly acquired range of motion.