Sport Massage Course/workshop Sport Massage I Code: MA11

Date/Times 9 – 25 February

Certification Certificate of Competence

Price R1850,(students) R2100 (public) Exam fee: R250

Sport Massage II Code: MAL2

13-22 April

Certificate of Competence

R1300 (students) R1500 (public) Exam fee:R250,00 R1850 (students) R2100 (public) Exam fee;R250

Sport Massage I Code: MA12

10 -22 Aug

Certificate of Competence

Info Requirements for certificate: 1 Case study 1 Article review 2 Supervised clinical practices 8 Unsupervised clinical practices 1 Hour theoretical assessment 1 Hour practical assessment Requirements for certificate: 1 Case study 30 min theoretical assessment 30 min practical assessment Requirements for certificate: 1 Case study 1 Article review 2 Supervised clinical practices 8 Unsupervised clinical practices 1 Hour theoretical assessment 1 Hour practical assessment

STRAPPING Course/workshop Strapping Date/Times 31 July Certification Certificate of attendance Price R520 (students) R610 (public) Info To introduce the principles of strapping and products for use in sports injury management Practical workshop where students will be able to successfully strap body parts using suitable material and products .

Digestion and Detoxification . 4 May 18:00-21:30 R250(students) R275(public) R250(students) R275(public) 5 May 18:00-21:30 PLEASE NOTE: Total cost for 6 Modules: If you commit to three modules in advance: If you commit to six modules in advance: R1500(student) R1650(public) R650(student) R700(public) R1350(student) R1485(public) . during and after training and competition to optimise performance gains.SPORT NUTRITION THEMES Course/workshop Sport Nutrition workshop: Preparing for and racing the Argus Cycle tour Sport Nutrition: Preparing for and racing the Cape Epic Sport Nutrition: Preparing and Running the TWO OCEANS Date/Times 25 February 18:30-20:30 Certification Price R 80(students) R100(public) 2 March 18:30-20:30 R 80(students) R100(public) R 80(students) R100(public) 9 March 18:30-20. Control of inflammation plus optimization of the body’s environment for regeneration of muscles. What to eat & drink before. Food as a source of health plus athletic performance.30 Sport Nutrition. An introduction to the concepts of ‘Functional Sports Nutrition’. Understanding the connection between overtraining and adrenal fatigue. weight gain and weight category sports. Training and nutritional strategies for the run-up to the Two Oceans and race-day performance tips for pacing. Weight loss.the cornerstones of health in athletes: Strategies to optimise their function. joints and bones. racing and fueling. gain weight and to ‘make weight’. Using lifestyle and diet to strike a balance. An Introduction to the series – Module 1 14 April 18:00 – 21:30 Certificate of Attendance for three or more workshops attended Certificate of Attendance for three or more workshops attended Certificate of Attendance for three or more workshops attended Certificate of Attendance for three or more workshops attended Certificate of Attendance for three or more workshops attended Certificate of Attendance for three or more workshops attended R250(students) R275(public) Sport Nutrition Workshops Weight Management – Module 2 Code: NUT1A Sport Nutrition workshop: Overtraining and Stress – Module 3 Code: Nut1B Sport Nutrition workshop: Digestion and Detoxification – Module 4 Code: NUT1C Sport Nutrition workshop: Nutrient Timing – Module 5 Code: Nut1D Sport Nutrition workshop: Injury Rehab – Module 6 Code: Nut1E 21 April 18:00-21:30 R250(students) R275(public) 27 April 18:00-21:30 R250(students) R275(public) 28 April 18:00-21:30 R250(students) R275(public) Info Training and nutritional strategies for the run-up to the Argus and race-day performance tips for pacing. racing and fueling. Strategies to lose weight. Training and nutritional strategies for the run-up to the Epic plus fueling and recovery tips during the event.

PLEASE NOTE: Total cost of workshops: R 2260 (student) R 2650 (public) If you commit to all four modules: R 2100 (students) R 2490 (public) . or Novice Coaches Course/workshop Workshop: Tennis Date/Times 28 September: 18:30 to 21:30 30 September: 18:00 to21:30 1 Oct: 15:00 to 18:30 2 Oct: 09:00 to 12:30 5 Oct: 18:30 to 21:30 6 Oct: 18:00 to 21:30 16 Oct Certification Certificate of Attendance Price R520 (students) R610 (public) R520 (students) R610 (public) R520 (students) R610 (public) R700(students) R820(public) Workshop: Netball Certificate of Attendance Workshop: Hockey Certificate of Attendance Workshop: Teaching beginner Swimmers Certificate of attendance Info To enable the novice coach to develop young players in the skill of playing the game To enable the novice coach to develop young players in the skill of playing the game To enable the novice coach to develop young players in the skill of playing the game To enable the novice coach to develop young players in the skill swimming the different strokes.Workshops for Beginner Teachers.

confidence and the ageing process.Foam Roller/Fitness circle) 22 Aug 08:30-12:30 R550(student) R650(public) (Price include equipment) Module 4– Pilates for Children 19 Sept 08:30-12:30 R350(student) R450(public) Module 5. How the equipment is used and applied. small ball. strength training and bio feedback and proprioception which is not achieved in mat programs. flow of movement. The balls and Bosu can also advance an exercise. Very different to the mat exercise program. Also addressing growth spurts and low muscle tone in the developmental process. postural awareness. Applied basic principles. low muscle tone. Used for body alignment.11 April / 2 May Times 08:30-16:30 Certification Price R1500(student) R1750(public) Info The essence of the Pilates method. bosu 1 Aug 08:30-12:30 R390(student) R490(public) (Price include equipment) Module 3. Adduction. Module 2 – Theme: Balls(Swiss ball. isolation of movement and balance. Working to improve the functional lateral lines. superficial front and back lines as well as arm lines in the body.How to apply the Pilates exercises to the balls and Bosu. How to establish the client's weak areas and how to choose suitable exercises to strengthen these areas. Essential for rehabilitation.Pilates for the elderly 9 Oct 08:30-12:30 R350(student) R450(public) Module 6 – Theme: Reformer 10 May 09:00-13:00 R800* . Shows up the weak areas. bosu) Swiss ball. The ADD child. bosu small ball etc . and to enhance and improve ROM and balance. Abduction ROM. decreases and increases the difficulty of an exercise. Balls (Swiss ball. conditioning. How to load or de-load the exercises. postural strengthening. breathing. Music and rhythm to facilitate co-ordination. Roller. Objectives are improved balance.Pilates Course Course/workshop Module 1 – Basic Mat work Introduction Date 10. spiral lines. FC. The balls and Bosu will be used to support the body. small ball. stabilization. mobilization and stabilization Introduction to the Reformer (pilates equipment). stabilization.

2.4. prescription of exercise.4.2.ac.za Tel: 0218089210(between 10:00-14:00) . Southern Cross Drive.3.5 Discount: R2983 (student) R3600 (public) *Please note: Venue: PLPilates Studio.  Enquiries: Annatjie: learning@sun. You may attend individual workshops PATHWAY TO QUALIFICATION Attendance of Modules (1.3. coaching of said program) 3 Written assignments completed Attendance/observed/participated = 40 classes You may spread the course over 2 years. Constantia Requirements: Working knowledge of anatomy Movement background (Dance/Sport Science qualification/Any Exercise related qualification) You may spread the course over 2 years.Non-Refundable deposit for Module 1: R500 (payable by the 31 March 2010 to ensure place on course) The difference payable by the 5 April 2010 Register for Module 1.5) Written examination (open book) Practical session (Requirements: Postural analysis.