Claudia Moose, ATC, CSCS, NASM-PES, NCPT, has 30 years experience in sports medicine, fitness and conditioning. B.A. in Movement and Exercise Science with an emphasis on Sports Medicine (Exercise Science and Athletic Training) at Chapman University and is a Balanced Body Master Instructor. Co-Owner of Absolute Center located in Lafayette, CA and founder of Primal Movement Works! As an Athletic Trainer, working in the industry since 1985, she shares the dual role of a movement educator and a manual therapist. Her manual therapy studies including myofascial massage, PNF, joint mobilization, muscle energy, positional release, active release, and acupressure. Her movement studies include functional movement training, Olympic lifting, power lifting, suspension training, plyometrics, sports specific training, integrated movement, rehabilitation and post-rehabilitation, corrective exercise, Pilates, yoga and CoreAlign. Claudia calls upon her knowledge of manual therapies and exercise studies to fundamentally improve the overall health of her clients. By helping them increase their awareness and knowledge of movement, she helps them become strong, flexible, and resiliently functional.
As Pilates teachers we often hear from our students that their wrists hurt when doing a Plank or in the All Fours position. Let’s uncover the deeper issues behind wrist discomfort while in an upper body weight bearing position during Pilates class. Learn the importance of grip strength and its influence on upper extremity muscular […]