News from May 2015
May 20, 2015
Learn about Aquatic Tethering on November 28th!
It is designed to complement the AFLCA Aquatic Exercise Specialty certification. Tethering is an aquatic program that allows participants to hitch onto a stable object, such as a lane rope, to create a form of dynamic resistance offering an environment where intensity meets simplicity. This course will be dedicated to all tethering formats, including both a general and a deep water running approach. Leaders will be introduced to tethering movements and concepts that will appeal to a variety of aquatic exercise groups. This training will educate, inspire and reveal an easy to follow formula that will leave your participants feeling challenged and invigorated (a manual is included with the course). (Please note this is not a certification course)
Location: Killarney Aquatic & Recreation Centre
May 16, 2015
National Health and Fitness Day (NHFD) is an initiative to make Canada the Fittest Nation on Earth, starting with marking one day, the first Saturday in June as the day when Canadians get out and get active in any way they wish.
Hundreds of communities have already proclaimed the day and the National Health and Fitness Day Act, Bill S-211, became law in December 2014!
Visit the National Health and Fitness Day website for resources, logos and to find or register participating communities and/or events in your area.
Let’s get out there and help make Alberta the fittest province in the fittest nation on earth.
Go Social #NHFD
@AbFitnessUnit, and/or @NHFDCan
May 15, 2015
Register today at these exciting 1-day workshops available in OCTOBER 2015.
LEARN new research-based concepts +
APPLY these new skills with your clients and participants +
BUILD your professional practice!
Join us for these informational, educational and inspirational workshops. Topics include Muscle Testing, Corrective Exercise Strategies and Self Myofascial Release.
- CALGARY = October 18, 2015
- EDMONTON = October 25,2015
Both workshops are eligible for continuing education and professional development credits with provincial, national and international agencies.