Lower Body Certification

Now that you have completed the three Lower Body Techniques courses: Hip, Knee, and Foot, we invite you to certify in the Lower Body.

Lower Body Certification Course

The objective of the MAT Lower Body Specialist Certification Course is to review the techniques taught in the Hip, Knee, and Foot courses and take the practical exam for MAT Lower Body Specialist certification

  • The Lower Body Specialist Certification Course reviews the MAT approach to the assessment and correction of muscular imbalances in the human body with an active assessment process.
  • Participants review the Specialist level MAT tools for the lower body muscular system used to identify restrictions in joint instability relating to muscle tightness and weakness.
  • Testing – One free retest. If participant does not pass the first test. they must attend a study session before retesting.
  • Participants gain an advanced level of understanding of the unique systematic format provided through Muscle Activation Techniques used to enhance the neural integrity of muscles allowing the muscular system to operate at maximum efficiency.
  • In-person date available (Sept 23-24th, 2023) for those who want to attend the in-person review and testing. Access to the monthly sessions for a year support post testing still available for anyone who attends in-person review and testing.

Content Overview

10+ Hours Of Instructor Lead Review
There is approximately 10+ hours of pre-recorded video content that includes general lecture review, muscle test specifics, DFAMAT review, and more.
Monthly 2 Hour Study And Prep Sessions
1 year access to the monthly study and prep sessions post certification.
Monthly 1 Hour Virtual
Last friday of every month
Understanding MAT Impact
Within the Lower Body Certification Course, participants experience and develop an understanding of how the impact of all the isolated parts of the lower body (Lower Body, Upper Body, and Trunk & Spine Techniques) play into the overall stability of a client's muscle system relating to the lower body segment. There will be review of how a practitioner would put all of this information together into a client session.

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