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Foam Rollers are used to soften, stretch and re-align the muscles in problem areas in order to relieve tension, promote recovery and prepare the body for additional training. The simple but versatile Foam Roller is a useful tool to alleviate the painful and stiff muscle knots experienced by runners, athletes and other active people. This 4 hour highly interactive (almost 90% lab) workshop is designed to identify foam rolling techniques to demonstrate how they can be used to improve overall health and performance. The workshop covers: The Science of foam roller techniques, Foam roller Lecture/Lab, Progressive exercises using foam rollers/lab. This course open to runners, athletes, sports persons, physiotherapists, medical professionals and fitness professionals.


This 2 day workshop intended for physiotherapists, occupational therapists, fitness trainers and allied health professions covers topics such as Sports injuries and performance, PRICE, Sports first aid and contents of a sports first aid kit, CPR training, Specific sports and their injuries, Athlete psychology, Doping, drugs and steroids, Athlete hydration and nutrition, Athletic taping techniques, Sports injury management. The participants enjoyed practical application of specific treatment techniques such as sports drills, dynamic stretching, dynamic drills, foam rolling techniques and athletic taping for specific injuries.

This 4 hour training is designed to assist learners with emergency protocols that need to be followed to ensure the correct first aid is given when responding to any emergency situation, and to ensure they can administer the essential life-saving skills required. The workshop is open to all. Topics covered are-

  • Understanding the laws of first aid
  • Understanding potential hazards in the environment
  • Communication, looking after yourself and the casualty
  • Priorities of first aid and managing the scene
  • Knowing what first aid is required for different types of injuries
  • Using the correct equipment and safety precautions when administering first aid
  • Recognize the presence of major illnesses and provide appropriate first aid (including heart attack, stroke, epilepsy, asthma, diabetes).

Administer first aid to a casualty with:


  • Injuries to bones, muscles and joints, including suspected spinal injuries
  • Chest injuries
  • Eye injuries
  • Sudden poisoning
  • Anaphylactic shock
  • Minor bleeding and minor burns
  • Choking casualty
  • Fainting, bites and stings, sprains and strains.