Jeremy Laverdure

Jeremy Laverdure

Jeremy Laverdure, DPT, NCPT, is a physical therapist and Pilates instructor based in New York City. Jeremy’s Pilates teaching is based on his training at The Pilates Center of Boulder, his many years as a yogi and dancer, and his study of Klein Technique with Barbara Mahler. As a physical therapist, he has developed an interest in chronic pain, applying the most current research in that area to his work. For 13 years,  Jeremy was an owner of Sixth Street Pilates, a boutique Pilates studio in Manhattan. In 2014, he and Cara Reeser founded Movement Science Made Simple, a comprehensive graduate training program for Pilates instructors.

Proximal Control for Better Knee Function

Research suggests that impaired strength and motor control at the hip can have a deleterious effect on movement at the knee. In this course, we will examine common anatomical variations of the knee (hyperextension, “knock knees,” “bow legs”), and we will learn Pilates protocols for addressing these variations working from the hip down. Our emphasis […]

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Proximal Control for Better Knee Function

Research suggests that impaired strength and motor control at the hip can have a deleterious effect on movement at the knee. In this course, we will examine common anatomical variations of the knee (hyperextension, “knock knees,” “bow legs”), and we will learn Pilates protocols for addressing these variations working from the hip down. Our emphasis […]

2 CECs Workshop
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