AGSHSS Training Through Pregnancy Workshop a Winner

Last week-end, 25th October 2009, 17 participants completed the AGSHSS Course under the tuition of Physiotherapist Penny Elliot in Sydney.  Penny has many years experience in teaching for AGSHSS in subjects such as corrective exercise and myofascial mobilisation.

Pregnancy creates a range of physical changes which can alter the quality of musculoskeletal function, both short & long term. This workshop incorporates a range of exercise options to maximize spinal health before & after pregnancy.

Pregnant Group courtesy of PreggiBellies
Pregnant Group courtesy of Preggi Bellies

The program identifies the physiological changes experienced during pregnancy as well as the effects on the baby. Through a range of practical components, the trainer learns safe and alternative ways to work with a pregnant woman, whilst still attaining an understanding of the therory of both the anatomical and physiological changes that occur in a women’s body during the course of pregnancy. There are a number of reference DVDs which compliment this workshop.

This workshop is a specific & practical program that will provide the trainer with a sound knowledge and broader understanding on how to safely train & work with pregnant women.

“Pregnancy & Exercise” is appropriate for Personal Trainers, Pilates Instructors, Massage Therapists with an interest in exercise, and new graduate Physiotherapists.

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About the author

Bradley Wilson is the Managing Director of the AOK Health Group, established in 1994. The AOK Group is comprised of 3 companies which specialise in the design, manufacture and distribution of health and rehabilitation products, education and services worldwide.

Bradley has not just fostered good products but also good business, winning the awards including 2008 Exporter of the Year, 2003 Fastest Growing Hunter Wholesaler and in 2004 Trainer of the Year in Logistics.

In 2004, 2006 & 2008 Bradley was elected as a Director of the Hunter Business Chamber by the 1000 member companies of that organisation. He is Senior Vice President, Chair of the Executive, Audit, Business Development and Education Committees. In 2005 fellow board members elected him as a Councillor of NSW Business Chamber (previously Australian Business Ltd) – one of Australia’s largest business lobby groups. Bradley was a Councillor for 3 years.

Respected enough to work with other prominent industry professionals throughout the world, he has developed a business model that allows his customers the advantage of the world’s best product and technological information unchallenged by their competitors.

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