5/7/19 WEBINAR | Pain-Free Movement Techniques


5/7/19 WEBINAR | Pain-Free Movement Techniques


Tuesday, May 7, 2019
10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST

If you can’t watch live, a recording is sent to all registrants the day following the live broadcast.

Presented by Maria Sykorova Pritz, Ed.D

Since pain is complicated combination of emotional, chemical and physiological components, treating and managing pain it often requires several approaches. People suffering from chronic pain need to be fully educated about the process of managing chronic pain.

Latest research proves that water exercise is one of the most efficient tools as a non medical symptom reliever of chronic pain. Learn about the results and benefits of water exercise for chronic pain sufferers. Water is healing!

With the great wealth of information and techniques presented in this webinar, health & fitness professionals will learn how to influence, restore, maintain, and improve your clients physically and emotionally, at any age.

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Maria Sykorova Pritz Ed.D earned her doctorate in education (specialty in Physical Education and Sports) from University Comenius in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Maria is an ATRI faculty member, member of AEA Research Council, author of health fitness articles and FLS CE class, presenter for national and international fitness conferences.

In her 3 decade career, Maria has combined academic knowledge with hands on experience in functional fitness, pain management via land based and aquatic fitness. Maria’s unique training method (SykorovaSynchro Method℠) involves integration of multidisplinery techniques to achieve overall health and optimized performance. Maria is an ATRI faculty member, member of the AEA Research Committee, FLS continuing education developer, author and presenter.


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