Free Webinar: Why Are you Always Right?  Understanding and Correcting Right-Side Bias

Free Webinar: Why Are you Always Right? Understanding and Correcting Right-Side Bias

October 19, 2021

Why do even healthy people naturally develop compensations?  Internal bias and modern lifestyle prefer "being right" but over time these compensations can have you feeling left out -  misaligned, moving awkwardly, experiencing pain and ultimately injury. 

Balancing the body needs both sides working together with the breath to maintain alignment for pain free movement.

Join us for this free webinar on October 27th at 2pm EST and learn:

  • What causes the right side bias and how the right side bias contributes to body misalignment and loss of Intra-Abdominal Pressure. 
  • The implication of this misalignment on performance and the activities of daily living.
  • The importance of developmental multi-planar movement to prevent this phenomenon.

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About Our Webinar Instructor, Beth Kais, M.Ed, CSCS, DNSET, PRT

Beth Kais dedicates her career to helping people attain maximum physical fitness and health function. After suffering multiple injuries in an auto accident, surgery, and receiving traditional physical therapy without progress, she embarked on a mission to help others achieve optimal fitness for their life goals. Beth is a tireless researcher providing the very best information to her clients based on their specific needs.

Beth continues to seek out the best available information and is a Postural Restoration Institute - Postural Restoration Trained and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (Pavel Kolar ) - DNS Exercise Trained practitioner. She is a CSCS through NSCA, tissue work certified through Advanced Myoskeletal Alignment by Eric Dalton Freedom from Pain Institute and a Level 1 and Golf Biomechanic from the CHEK Institute. She also earned her Masters in Education from the College of New Jersey.



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