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BCRPA Yoga Certification
The Douglas College Sports Institute & FITFLOW YOGA are extremely excited to be hosting the following 35-hour Yoga Certification module at the Douglas College/New Westminster campus:
The FitFlow Yoga Teacher Training Course is the most respected Yoga Fitness module in Canada. Graduates are in demand to teach in Fitness Centers, Recreation Facilities, and Resorts. In this informative, intensive and practical course, we will cover the correct alignment of over 40 yoga postures (asanas), and the foundational yoga breathing exercises (pranayama) that bring yoga to life. You will learn class design, effective cueing, and how to use the language and philosophy of yoga so your classes will not only improve your students fitness levels, but also enhance the connection of the MIND/BODY/SPIRIT that is the heart of yoga.. (Approved 35 BCRPA CEC's & Renewal Credits)
Prerequisite: Completed Fitness Theory & Exam, current First Aid/CPR, and some personal yoga experience.
Must attend all dates:
• Friday, May 24 @ 6:00pm - 10:00pm
• Saturday, May 25 @ 9:00am - 5:00pm
• Sunday, May 26 @ 9:00am - 5:00pm
• Friday, May 31 @ 6:00pm - 10:00pm
• Saturday, June 1 @ 9:00am - 5:00pm
• Sunday, June 2 @ 9:00am - 5:00pm
*All classes held at Douglas College - New Westminster Campus
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Register and make the payment by April 1, 2019 and receive a $40Discount!! - Just call 604-527-5041 to register and PAY$485!
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Please note:An email will be sent to the student with all course information within 72 business hours of registration. NO REFUNDSon any online courses once registered. If you have any questions please contact the Program Assistant at email@example.com and/or David Munro (Program Manager) at 604-527-5041.
Interest in personal health has undergone tremendous growth in the past decade or two. With this interest in personal health comes the affirmation of how one compares to individuals around them. In addition, many individuals may have had specific fitness programs designed for them but may have lacked one of the most important pre-requisites for any training regimen, a complete fitness assessment, vital to identify what areas of fitness they may need to focus on to optimize their health or training. Further, re-testing after the implementation of a training program will provide them with information on whether the current program is producing results as identified in positive changes in the re-test assessment scores. As no one particular assessment technique is best for all individuals, it is important to have a fundamental understanding of a number of different techniques to assess each area of fitness. At the completion of this course, participants will have the tools needed to confidently assess fitness levels of your peers, clients, athletes or maybe even yourself for which more efficient training programs can then be developed and implemented.
This course will consist of three sessions:
You may register for the entire course and save $55, or register for individual sessions. Includes course handbook.
Approved for 21 BCRPA credits.
If registering between April 1 to August 31, 2019 use:
You have 4 months from the date of registration to complete the course.
Participants will be introduced and given practical instruction to a number of different body composition assessment techniques. These include anthropometric measurements, skinfold calipers, bio-electric impedance and ultrasound. Includes course handbook.
Approved for 7 BCRPA credits.
Participants will be given detailed instruction on factors affecting muscular strength, endurance and flexibility. In addition, practical sessions will be provided to introduce numerous assessment techniques in each of these sections. Includes course handbook.
Approved for 7 BCRPA credits.
Participants will participate in lecture materials pertaining to factors that affect aerobic and anaerobic power (including lactate threshold). In addition, participants will be instructed on how to implement and conduct techniques as to their assessment. Includes course handbook. Approved for 7 BCRPA credits
Have your own fitness assessment done in our brand new Fitness Assessment Lab. Find out where you are now and where you can be if you start your New Year's resolution early. Your assessment can include all of or just parts of, the below assessment:
For more information, please call 604-527-5041.
This course is designed for personal trainers and other fitness professionals to develop knowledge about nutrition as it pertains to their clientele and to offer advice based upon this knowledge.
The course will cover both theory and practical applications and by the end of the course, participants should be competent to provide basic nutrition information and dietary guidance to clients. Course lecture notes and handouts included in course fee. (Approved for 21 BCRPA credits)
You have 4 months from the date of registration to complete the course
Come and join our instructor as she takes you through a practical demonstration of all three pieces of equipment. You will have a chance to practice each for yourself. The exercises range from beginner to advanced. Class size limited to 10. Approved for three BCRPA credits. Come dressed (and ready) to work out!!
**New date will be offered - stay tuned!**
This 48-hour course will include a series of workshops which will expand your personal training tool bag. Part 1) will focus on the assessment of human movement and locate common dysfunctions which are holding your current clients from reaching their potential. Part 2) will explore the continuum of corrective exercise. And part 3) will focus on specific exercise for your clients and their progressions in exercise. The three workshops together will prepare you for the NASM exam for the designation of Corrective Exercise Specialist. Nothing offered at this time. Check back for in-class dates!
If registering between September 1 and December 31, 2015 use: