At Active Physiotherapy, we are committed to helping you, your kids and your team be their best. We believe strongly in sharing knowledge to improve health, increase performance and reduce injury in the community. Our free workshops are designed to provide great tips and information for different ages, skill levels and roles within the community. We hope that you can join us soon.
All workshops are FREE, though places are limited.
To book please fill out the form below or contact the clinic on 6925 7734 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Be active, be healthy, be happy!
Wednesday 6th June, 6.30-7.30pm
Studio 2, Xceler8 24hr Fitness, Dobney Ave Wagga Wagga
Find out how you can run faster, plus further strategies to improve your running efficiency and reduce risk of injury.
Injury Prevention & Performance Enhancement Workshop
Thursday 15th March, 7-8pm
1 Lewisham Avenue, Wagga Wagga
Perfect for coaches and those involved in junior clubs, high school sports and senior clubs wanting an edge. Learn about evidence based practice for warm up and cool down for optimal performance and injury prevention. Adopt professional strategies in your chosen sports, including:
- Rugby League
- Rugby Union
- Touch Football
Also perfect for junior clubs where parents assist as coaches in their children's teams.
Taping Workshop – Full
Wednesday 28th March, 7-8pm
39 Dobney Ave, Wagga Wagga
Learn more about how to use and apply sports tapes.
This is a practical workshop to discuss, demonstrate and practice a range of common sports taping techniques.
This is a great workshop for Year 11 and 12 students studying PDHPE, parents, sports trainers, junior coaches and 1st aid suppliers.
Taping Workshop is now full.
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Tuesday 10th April, 6-7pm
Wagga Wagga Netball Association - Equex
Paul Heffernan is a Nationally endorsed provider of Netball Australia's Knee Injury Prevention Program. He will explain how to introduce this program at your club.
The programs aim is to reduce lower body injuries across all levels of netball, including serious knee injuries by up to 70% and increase performance and skill.