Today's guest is my friend, client, and colleague - movement scientist, Pilates teacher, and dancer Greg Youdan, MA, MS. I've been lucky enough to both work alongside and teach Greg at Real Pilates, take live workshops with Greg, and I've had Greg as an expert guest in my Pilates Teacher Mastermind® program.
Today we talk about Merging Movement Science and Pilates from a neuroscience perspective. You'll learn some of the actual science behind movement, and especially how we teach movement in the Pilates studio. There is so much goodness here that you can apply immediately, and lots to think about.
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A recorded Pilates Teacher Mastermind® workshop with Greg on Pilates for Neurological Disorders is available for my Pilates Instructor supporters on Ko-Fi. https://ko-fi.com/lyndalippinpilates
Greg Youdan is an adjunct lecturer at CUNY Lehman College and Hollins University. As a dancer, Greg performed with the NY Baroque Dance Company, Sokolow Theatre/Dance and Heidi Latsky dance, where he now serves as a board member. Other company credits have included David Parker and the Bang Group, HT Chen and Dancers, Catherine Gallant/DANCE, Gloria Mclean and Dancers among others. Greg is a Wertheimer Fellow through Mark Morris Dance Group’s Dance for PD® program and is a teaching artist in their Dance for PD en Español program.
In addition to his dancing, Greg is a human movement scientist specializing in dance science and dance for health and has published in several academic journals, including Clinical Biomechanics, Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation and Human Movement Science. Greg frequently lectures on dance science