Live Workshops

Live Workshops

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Our face-to-face workshops are very interactive and follow up from the concepts in our online Foundations Course. We teach you how to apply our unique Gait Analysis Framework in a real-life setting, work through Functional Tests on your peers and learn to prescribe exercises based on the results from your Gait Analysis and Functional Tests. Read more here, in our recent blog.

Learn from 2 experienced presenters – Max Martin (Exercise Physiologist) and Estelle Humphris (Podiatrist) – in small group settings of 12 participants maximum.

Click on “Take this Course” above to enrol in our package deal which includes access to our online Foundations Course and enrols you in our live workshop.
If there is not a workshop coming up (listed below) with a date and location that you can make it to, then we would recommend just enrolling in our online Foundations Course for now, at this link. If a workshop becomes available to you down the track, we will happily create a manual invoice for the workshop only if you have already completed the Foundations Course.

If you have already purchased our Foundations Course, please message/email us through our Contact Page for a manual invoice to attend a live workshop for $130 instead of the $350 package.

We hope to make it around to all the states of Australia by the end of 2025.
We may start to look at doing live video workshops for our overseas customers – do contact us via our contact page if you are interested!


Adelaide, Saturday 4th May, 1-4pm:

Early bird prices closed 17th March.
The package will be sold at $390 until Sunday 7th April.
The full price package will be $415 and sold from 8th April till 27th of April when entries to the workshop close.

Adelaide workshop

4 reasons why we set our online Foundations Course as pre-requisite learning for our Live Workshops…

  1. To get everyone on the same page.
  2. To introduce you to our unique Gait Analysis Framework.
  3. To provide you with a resource to keep and go back to after the workshop and whenever you need to.
  4. To make the workshops as practical and interactive as possible with most of the theory already covered.