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Toronto Biomechanics Boot Camp

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Graham, Sep 21, 2010.

  1. Graham

    Graham RIP

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    Thanks so much to Craig for bringing the Boot Camp to Toronto. I know we all found this one of thoses educational experiences which we will be talking about for a long time.

    For my part, You confirmed much of what I do but have given me so much more in understanding Moments and tissue stress principals.

    I know now I can become a lot more specific in the tweeking of my assessments and orthotic prescriptions that I wouldn't have seen or understood before.

    Thank you.

    Safe travels.
  2. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

    Thanks Graham. It was tough trip this time. First with iFab then Toronto. It was straight to the airport after the two days work in Toronto ... 24 hrs later got home. Now its daddy day care today with the Arena'ette's. I not sure what is tougher ... a day teaching or a day with them!
  3. aspod

    aspod Member

    Hi Craig,

    I know that this is an old post but I am wondering if you would be able to help me. I am wondering if the bootcamp conferences have ever been filmed or even audio... I was hoping to be able to purchase a copy if this is possible. I would love to have attended the conferences but always for some reason or another I have missed out!!

    Many thanks
  4. Belle Craig maybe sleeping nightish in OZ.

    I´m 99% sure Paul Bowles has - check out this website- http://www.portaleducation.com/

    yes he has - page specific for you - http://www.portaleducation.com/?page_id=707

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