Kinesio Taping Symposium Australia 2017
Keynote Speaker: Dr Kenzo Kase
Sunday 28th May 2017
Australian Catholic University, North Sydney
All Rates are inclusive of GST
Standard Rate $396
Professional Association Rate $297
Affiliated Association Rate $242
Student and Faculty Rate $143
This Kinesio Taping Symposium is a full-day educational event that brings together some of the leading minds in the application of the Kinesio Taping Method from all over the world.
For the first time since 2004, the inventor of Kinesio Tape, Dr Kenzo Kase, will be coming to Australia to share his knowledge on the current advances in the use of Kinesio Tape.
He will be joined by international instructors and certified practitioners in the Kinesio Taping Method.
Space is limited at this Symposium, so book early to ensure that you do not miss out.
Dr Kenzo Kase – Inventor of Kinesio Tape and founder of the Kinesio Taping Method
Thuy (Twee) Bridges – Physiotherapist, Certified Instructor, author and educator
Alex Flohr – Sports Physiotherapist, Certified Practitioner
Linley Leuthard – Physiotherapist, Certified Instructor and educator
Amanda Parsons – Occupational Therapist, educator and Sensory Integration practitioner
IF IT’S NOT LISTED HERE, IT’S NOT KINESIO!
Why is this important?
Due to the surge in popularity of Kinesio® Tape, many people are trying to jump on the bandwagon by pretending to offer information on the Kinesio® Taping Method.
Kinesio Taping is a complex technique and the Kinesio Taping Association International (KTAI) has strict regulations in place to ensure that only the most experienced, highly trained and qualified clinicians are authorised to present information to other therapists or the general public.
Kinesio Australia is tasked with ensuring that appropriately qualified clinicians are used to teach and treat with Kinesio Tape, which is why if it’s not listed here, it’s not KINESIO!
Central Coast 7's International Rugby Tournament
What is it?
The CC7's is one of Australia leading rugby 7's tournaments which attracts some of the highest quality teams from Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and Japan.
Teams recognise the high level of competition they receive from participating in this event (there is a waiting lit of teams trying to get a spot!).
See www.centralcoastsevens.com.au for more information about the tournament.
Kinesio Australia's involvement.
This year, Kinesio Australia is proudly supporting the women's tournament as naming rights sponsor of the Kinesio Cup!
In addition to this, and the same as for the 2012 tournament, Kinesio will be supplying experienced clinicians to provide therapy services for the players and referees.
Want to know more?
If you would like to be part of the therapy team for the tournament, please contact Clint Bridges on 0414 271 248.