Join KINESIOLOGISTS.CA for our first BCRPA Fitness Theory Course of 2018!
BCRPA Fitness Theory Course
January 26, 27 & 28 – 2018 (at the KINESIOLOGISTS.CA Studio – Cloverdale)
We only have only 1-2 spots remaining (price $429+GST).
For more info and to register, click here: http://kinesiologists.ca/wp/bcrpa-certification/2018-bcrpa-classroom-course-schedule/
Or call us at (six-zero-four) 372-3233
Yoga with Karen @ KINESIOLOGISTS.CA Studio – Cloverdale
- Monday – 9am – 10am – Gentle Hatha Stretch & Strength*
- Tuesday – 6:30pm-7:30pm – Gentle Hatha/Restorative*
- Thursday – 6:30pm-7:30pm – Gentle Hatha/Restorative*
- Thursday – 7:40pm-8:40pm – Restorative*
- Friday – 9am-10am – Dynamic*
- To book any class, use this link: https://www.schedulicity.com/scheduling/YWKQQR or call (604) 313-0346.
As a yoga student since 1998, I have experienced the physical and mental benefits of my hatha yoga practice. I’m thrilled to be able to share my passion for yoga with my students (website: yogawithkaren.ca).
I offer group classes at KINESIOLOGISTS.CA Studio – Cloverdale. Specialized classes and private sessions can also be booked.
Yoga is about the journey. Through our yoga practice we can harmonize the body with the mind through our pranayama (breath), asana (poses), and stillness practice.
My training was completed with Grove Yoga School under the guidance of Lead Trainer, Gaylene Thoeny.
- Gentle Hatha Stretch and Strength – Suitable for students both new to yoga and with an established practice
Gentle Hatha classes begin with a centring practice to calm the mind and a gentle warm up followed by strengthening poses designed to open, lengthen and stretch the body. We finish our practice with savansana or stillness to integrate the practice.
- Restorative – Suitable for all abilities
Restorative classes use bolsters and blocks to allow for the ultimate in relaxation and opening. Poses are held for a longer period of time to allow for a deeper practice.
- Dynamic – Suitable for students both new to yoga and with an established practice
Dynamic classes are designed with longer holds in our strength poses and flow based asanas/poses to bring heat and some cardio work to the practice.
Would you like to teach abroad or in another province?
BCRPA registration – recognized and/or transferable internationally?
Did you know that your BCRPA registration is recognized and transferable internationally through their affiliation with the National Fitness Leadership Alliance (NFLA) of Canada and the International Confederation of Registers for Exercise Professionals (ICREPs)?
No other provincial fitness body offers this unique benefit. The NFLA develops and implements national standards for fitness professionals across Canada which BCRPA fitness leaders abide by. These standards are recognized internationally through ICREPS’s global partnership of 10 Confederation Member countries around the world.
BCRPA, its national NFLA affiliates and affiliated ICREPs members are all governed under the same standards for fitness registration and practice. This means that your BCRPA registration is not only recognized in BC, but is transferable across Canada and internationally.
For further information, have a look at the NFLA and ICREPs websites.
Reliability of Thoracic Spine Rotation Range-of-Motion Measurements in Healthy Adults
J Athl Train. 2012 Jan-Feb; 47(1): 52–60.
All techniques had good reliability and low levels of measurement error. The seated rotation, bar in front, and lumbar-locked rotation tests may be used reliably when more than 1 examiner is obtaining measurements (see below).
KINESIOLOGISTS.CA Studio Christmas (Workout) Party 2017
- Wednesday December 13, 2017 (Cloverdale Location)
- 6:30-7:30pm – Group Workout (by Aaron)
- 7:30-9:00pm – Pot-Luck Dinner (served in back room)
We’d like you to come and join our Fitness-Christmas Party. Train the trainers – let’s boost each other! Followed by a meet and greet dinner / mingle.
If you are able to contribute a food item for the dinner, let us know, so we can coordinate. Hope to see you!
Please RSVP via email (email@example.com), phone (604-372-3233), face-to-face, or what ever works!
Annual Survey of Worldwide Fitness Trends
Definition of Trend: a general development or change in a situation or in the way that people are behaving.
After 6 weeks, 4,133 responses were received, which represents a return rate of 4%. Here is a link to the original journal article: LINK
What area(s) is your business focus on?
1. High-intensity interval training.
2. Group training.
3. Wearable technology.
4. Body weight training.
5. Strength training.
6. Educated, certified, and experienced fitness professionals.
8. Personal training.
9. Fitness programs for older adults.
10. Functional fitness.