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Connecting Practicing Kinesiologists with Students during Kinesiology Week

October 21st, the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK) along with the UBC’s Human Kinetics Department hosted a free continuing education session at the Irving K. Barber Centre. This session was part of the National Kinesiology Week celebrations and was meant to introduce students to practicing kinesiologists and their career options while providing an opportunity for those who are already in field to earn some of their required continuing education credits.

Alfred Ball was honoured to share some of his knowledge on “How Fascia Affects Mobility and Pain.” He imparted his passion for the field of kinesiology and his strong belief that to be successful, learning needs to continue even after graduating from university. Alfred was a member of the BCAK’s Board of Directors for two years as a Co-Chair of Continuing Education.

​After his workshop, Andrew from the Canadian Kinesiology Alliance  spoke about the anticipated growth of Kinesiology and the career options available to those who are graduating soon. Networking and food followed where Alfred was approached by several students to discuss his career development over the last 10 years and his experiences with other continuing education opportunities. He was also able to speak with current Kinesiologists about some of their challenges. This event bridged the gap between students and those who are practicing.

Alfred Ball

Practicing Kinesiologist | Certified Fascial Stretch Therapist | Clinical Pilates Instructor. He has worked in the health, fitness and rehabilitation industry for over 20 years. Alfred started Lifemoves in 2007 to provide exercise therapy and fitness programs for people with injuries, chronic diseases and disabilities. His focus as a Kinesiologist is to empower and to guide people to learn to move with more strength, confidence and ease.

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