Come and learn about this exciting new project!
Who can attend:
University students and members of the community
Wednesday, September 18th 2019. 11:30am-12:30pm
Freiman Hall, School of Music, University of Ottawa
Pain, discomfort, and injuries are common among musicians, and the need for specialized training and treatment is on the rise. These courses are taught by health professionals who have special experience in treating musicians. They will provide practical and theoretical knowledge to help musicians prevent and overcome pain. These workshops are designed to equip musicians with knowledge and tools to improve their physical well-being in relation to their instrument. They will introduce musicians to anatomy, mechanisms of injury, and strategies for prevention and treatment of injury through the Alexander Technique, chiropractic care, the Feldenkrais Method, and physiotherapy. The content of these workshops is applicable to a wide variety of musicians and instrumental groups.
Who can attend:
All are welcome: uOttawa students and community members who are not uOttawa students.
For uOttawa students: Register through uOzone for all three sessions to receive 1.5 units.
For community members who are not uOttawa students: Register through the Professional Development Institute for individual sessions.
Language of instruction:
For full-time uOttawa students: Free upon course registration
For part-time uOttawa students: $361.95 for all three workshops
For community members who are not uOttawa students: Visit the Professional Development Institute page