Exciting News: Joanne Elphinston will Return to Melbourne in Nov Dec 2018


Leading International Performance Consultant & Physiotherapist Joanne Elphinston will be conducting three components of the ART (Movement Analysis, Rehabilitation & Training)  Course in Melbourne.

The courses will be conducted in late November early December 2018. Full details to be released soon.

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST BY EMAILING: Rob Granter rlgranter@me.com

Joanne is the author of “Stability Sport & Performance Movement” (2nd Ed) & is based in the UK.


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