LEARN TO DO BRIDGINGSM

“It’s a different way to think about how the pieces that go together. Bridging is where we help the body restore its natural movement disturbed by injury or trauma.”

Dina H.(Bridging Certification Level 1 Intern)

“Kinetic Bridging uses a much lighter touch than traditional physical therapy and there are many patients I have encountered that do not respond well to a heavier touch in therapy.” 

Lisa H., PT(completed Bridging Applications)

“I’ve been working with professional dancers in 15-20 minute periods during rehearsals. I’ve been able to use Bridging to quickly assess and tell me what’s not working. I’m surprised at how much using Bridging has helped me in this work landscape!”  

Cynthia R., PT(completed Bridging Applications)

“Learning—it is exhilarating and exciting. Unlocking the puzzle to help someone with their issues. I love it, and like the hands on piece a lot.”

Dina H.(Bridging Certification Level 1 Intern)

“I liked the small class size, the way all the instructors assisted at different times (was very helpful to get multiple views and ideas), the gadgets they would bring in to help us understand the concepts (balloons, origami boxes, tubing, etc).” 

Lisa H., PT(completed Bridging Applications)

There are two parts to getting started with doing Bridging℠:

Bridging Applications

  • Continue to build your skills with Bridging℠ Applications, a much more specialized course for therapeutic and movement professionals.