Saturday, 22 February 2014
SEMINAR: Improve ATHLETIC Performance
Learn how to increase flexibility, enhance motion, increase power and prevent injury through sports osteopathic techniques.
This seminar is ideal for personal trainers, athletes, coaches & health professionals who wish to use manual osteopathic techniques to improve athletic performance. Prior health education is not required to learn these techniques.
Seminar is presented on Saturday, March 15th, 2014 at 10AM to noon at the York University Height campus of NAO located at 121 Limestone Crescent in Toronto (Ontario, Canada). Those unable to attend the campus based seminar may enrol in the online on-demand video seminar.
Seminar fee is 50 EURO. A receipt is issued for tax purposes. And a certificate is issued that could be used towards fulfilling (if any) of your CEU requirements. This seminar is equal to 2 continuing education units for massage therapists, physiotherapists, athletic therapists, chiropractors and manual osteopaths.
This is a practical seminar and the techniques are demonstrated by manual osteopath Dr Shahin Pourgol, BSc (O), DC, DOMP (www.pourgol.com) who is the president and one of the professors of the National University of Medical Sciences & the National Academy of Osteopathy. Dr Pourgol is a Bronze medal holder in Tae Kown Do (1985) as well as being one of the past team doctors of FC Porto.
Seminar is open to everyone, with or without prior health education. It is especially suitable for athletes, coaches, personal trainers, manual osteopaths, kinesiologists, physiotherapists, chiropractors, athletic therapists & massage therapists.
Seminar is presented by the National University of Medical Sciences. To register please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. There is limited space available for the campus based seminar. Please register early to assure a spot.