Key Approach workshops – Seoul Korea, Dates TBC

Module 1: The lower quadrant - The foundations of control

This module principally addresses the integrated function between breathing and postural control of the trunk, control of the pelvis and restoring joint and neuro-myo-fascial function in the lumbo-pelvic–hip region and legs. An introductory evening lecture before the workshop commences provides a broad over-view of the approach.

Module 2: The Upper quadrant - An integrated model of torso movement

This module explores the relationship between the thorax, proximal limb girdle dysfunction, and the spine & pain syndromes of the upper quadrant. Completion of Module 1 is advised before doing this module

Key Moves® 4 Spinal Rehab workshops (KM4SR®)

The Key Moves® is a system of natural movement which offers a fresh perspective on tailoring movement therapy for rehabilitating spinal pain disorders - and many ubiquitous ‘injuries’. The approach deconstructs movement to help you both clarify spinal movement ‘faults’ – and reintroduce important basic patterns of healthy control which restore the client’s function.


Course Information

PRESENTERJosephine Key
Neuro-musculo-skeletal Physiotherapist - Author

Dates TBC

Module 1: The Lower Quadrant - The foundations of control

Module 2: The Upper quadrant - An integrated model of torso movement

Key Moves® 4 Spinal Rehab workshops (KM4SR®)

KM4SR® Module 1: The spine & core

KM4SR® Module 2:  A unique look at the pelvis

Enquiries: email Ms. Soyoung Kim / call +82 10 3117 4837



  • Check out our publications page
  • Jo’s books:
    • “Back pain a movement problem. A clinical approach integrating relevant research and practice”. Elsevier 2010
    • “Freedom to move: Movement therapy for spinal pain and injuries” – to be published by Handspring publishing September 30, 2018