With the last two ELDOA seminars approaching, August and November, many new faces will be taking the courses for the first time. Don’t be nervous, but if your anatomy is not up to speed a simple book and a good place to start is with book “Anatomy of Movement”-
There are many aspects of anatomy that are not in this text but it is a good place to begin your study as you prepare for the ELDOA courses. Additionally, under the education tab on the Legacy Sport & Wellness home page the first set of 10 ELDOA questions can be downloaded.
Practitioners who are enrolled in “private study” with Legacy Center in Dallas or that have Practitioner accounts with Legacy Sport & Wellness Center have access to a more comprehensive set of questions for the ELDOA, Myofascial Stretching, human biomechanics as well as anatomy and physiology.