May 28, Toronto, ON
– The Trigenics Institute of Myoneural Medicine announces two more 2010
Canadian practitioner training dates and locations. The institute trains
and certifies chiropractors, massage therapists, athletic therapists, fitness instructors, personal trainers, Yoga, Pilates or
aerobics instructors in its effective techniques.
is a neurokinetic assessment technique for the full body. It utilizes
muscle strength and length testing to ascertain imbalances in muscle function
and movement patterns. Instructor Dr. Alan Oolo-Austin (DO, DC, CCSP, FIS, PhD)
will teach basic Trigenics myoneural treatment procedures for changing muscle
firing patterns for an immediate increase in strength, range of motion and
performance ability. The goal of each course is for attendees to be able
to identify and treat functional imbalances in muscle strength and
movement which, if undetected, will lead to injuries or imbalanced muscle
development and improper performance.
Each course is taught over two days for a total of 14 instruction
hours and the fee includes a theory and procedural manual plus a DVD titled
Trigenics Examination for Neurokinetic Dysfunction. CE credits are
available for Trigenics certification – please check with your local jurisdiction
Remaining Canadian dates for 2010 are as follows:
Toronto, August 6-7: Registered Trigenics Practitioner
(R.T.P.) – Mid body, Spine & Thorax, Hilton Garden Inn, 300 Commerce Valey Dr. E, (Thornhill), Ontario.
Ottawa, this summer, exact date to be
announced: Trigenics Shoulder
Seminar, Location to be announced.
For registration information, please contact Yury Gerasimchuk at
416-481-1957, or email
. Interested individuals may also download
registration forms at www.trigenics.com