DNS Exercise (Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization) – Course 02

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization ist ein Screening- und Therapiekonzept, welches sich verstärkt mit dem Zentralen Nervensystem beschäftigt, um Bewegungsmuster zu reprogrammieren. Ziel ist eine optimale Stabilisation des Rumpfes und der Extremitäten um Bewegungen korrekt und schmerzfrei ausführen zu können. Durch die Integration der frühkindlichen Entwicklungsphasen ermöglicht DNS eine Therapie für jegliches Beschwerdebild.


Course Goals and Description

Course objectives

Review of developmental kinesiology in the context of adult optimal posture, sports performanceand global motor patterns to enhance outcomes in sport and human movement.
Demonstrate exercises in higher developmental positions – tripod, bear, squat, lunge, step up andits modifications & training of body awareness.
Demonstrate exercises utilizing the principles of developmental kinesiology with elastic bands,
barbells, weights, and gymballDiscuss & demonstrate DNS exercises for specific sport techniques: throwing, jumping, stroke, skating etc.
Students who want to work towards DNS Trainer certification must pass an online test after DNS Exercise course part II, and before taking DNS Exercise course part III.The online test consists of 30 multiple choice questions, 10 picture and 5 video questions. To pass the test the student must answer 32 out of the 45 questions correctly. The student gets a maximum of three attempts to pass the test. Students are recommended to retake DNS Exercise II course and then to take the
online test again in case of failing to pass the test on the three attempts. As soon as submitting the test the student receives results by email. Passing the online test is a prerequisite before taking the Practical test at the DNS Exercise Course part III, and being certified as a DNS Exercise Trainer.
Certification in DNS Exercise Course To ensure adequate practice with clients, this practical test can only be taken one year after completion
of the first DNS course (either DNS Exercise I or DNS A). You may still choose to take DNS Exercise III prior to that 1-year span. However, if you wish to take the trainer certification practical test, you will have to re-take Level III again and sit for the test. Also, completing an online test after DNS exercise II is a prerequisite for taking the practical test at DNS Exercise III course. When you earn your certification, you can choose to have your name listed on the Prague School Rehabilitation website for a one-time fee of 20 Euros. You are required to take at least 1 DNS course every 3 years to retain your certification status.


18 - 19 Sep 2021




Lindebergs Academy
Cuvilliésstraße 14A, 81679 München


  • Jana Vesela
    MPT, Prague School physiotherapist and Certified instructor of Dynamic Neuromuscular

    Jana Vesela, Prague School physiotherapist and Certified instructor of Dynamic Neuromuscular
    Stabilization® (DNS), graduated with Master´s degree in Physical Therapy at Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, Charles University Prague, Czech Republic in 2006.
    In the same year, she started to work at the Clinic of Rehabilitation, Charles University Hospital Motol, Prague, as a physiotherapist in both – in and outpatient departments, where she – under the leadership of Prof. Pavel Kolar, PaedDr, PhD – applied DNS principles to treat patients (pediatric, adult, and geriatric) with various diagnoses, disabilities, and functional / structural problems.
    Jana Vesela lectured at seminars held at the clinic, led clinical workshops and facilitated internships for physical therapy students and other medical profesionals.
    In 2009, she became an assistant DNS instructor and assisted in leading DNS courses in Czech Republic, Europe and Australia.
    In 2011, she became a Certified DNS Instructor and led DNS courses globally, including Europe and the Americas.
    During her university studies, she played Ultimate Frisbee, and competed in Mixed and Women division. She is multiple national champion of the Czech Republic in both divisions and 2007 Silver Europian Champion in the Mixed division.
    She also served as a physical therapist for Czech frisbee players, track-and-field juniors and various sports professionals.