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October 23, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

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Postural integrity has a direct impact on movement quality,
efficiency, and load distribution. The ability to maintain
correct alignment in movement allows for relaxation,
freedom of motion, elastic energy production, and stability
in sport, fitness, and life. Learn a series of dynamic postural
assessment exercises and apply them to exercise design.
This practical postural session focuses on torso and
joint stability training. Participants will be taken through
bodyweight strength and stability exercises that are easy
to implement in any training environment and leads to
enhanced performance.


Gorge Park Pavilion
1070 Tillicum Rd.
Victoria, BC V9A 2A1 Canada
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Helen Vanderburg

Founder and co-owner of The
ACADEMY fitness, yoga, spin studio,
and author of Fusion Workouts. Helen
is one of the most celebrated fitness
personalities in the global fitness
community today. She has been
recognized numerous times as Canada’s top fitness
educator by CanFitPro, the largest Canadian fitness
association, and is the 2018 Lifetime Achievement
Award recipient. She has been awarded the IDEA
Program Director, Fitness Presenter of the Year, and the
2018 Global Top Industry Contributor. Helen’s passion
for fitness, health, and wellness has been recognized
as one of Canada’s most influential people and honored
with the Women of Vision award. She is the recipient of
many industry awards and is an elite athlete as a former
A Active Session L Lecture A/L Active Lecture
World Champion synchronized swimmer and honored
member of the Sports Hall of Fame. She has educated
fitness leaders globally for the past 25 years in over 25
countries. Helen is the Commercial Fitness Education
Manager for Balanced Body and has consulted for
international fitness companies such as NIKE, Total Gym,
BOSU, Hedstrom Fitness, Schwinn Cycling, and Core
Health and Fitness, to name a few.


October 23, 2022
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm