Don’t miss the following workshops taking place in Toronto this weekend
Saturday, May 30th
Dancer Transition Resource Centre (DTRC) and CADA-ON present:
- Choreographing Your Future: Transferable Skills for Dancers (1pm– 3pm) with Joanna Mackie and Margot Collins, DTRC Career Counsellors
- Skills for Communicating & Preventing Conflict (3:15pm – 5pm) with Elizabeth Chitty, Executive Director of CADA-ON
Location: Suite 120, Centre for Social Innovation, 215 Spadina Ave., Toronto
Fees: Both workshops: $30.00 / $20.00 for DTRC or CADA members
Single workshop: $20.00 / $15.00 for DTRC or CADA members
To learn more or register, please click here.
Sunday, May 30th
THE IMPACT OF INJURY ON DANCERS (10am- 4pm) A holistic approach to pain, prevention & career longevity
presented by the DTRC and the Artists’ Health Centre Foundation (AHCF) with Ginette Hamel, Physiotherapist
Dr. Jean Jacques Dugoua, Naturopathic Doctor and Dr. Anita Shack, Chiropractor
This full-day workshop will help dancers prevent and cope with injuries from a physical, nutritional and emotional perspective. Participants will explore exercises to increase strength and stability and learn what to do in the first 24 hours of injury. Naturopathic support and stress management tools will encourage a balanced approach to dealing with injury.
55 Mill Street, Building 74, Studio 313
Fees: $40; Students/Seniors: $30; DTRC members: $25.00
To learn more or register: please click here.
Monday, June 1st
BUILDING CONFIDENCE & SELF-ESTEEM (6:30pm – 9pm) Creative tools for self-care presented by the Artists’ Health Centre Foundation (AHCF) with Dr. Anita Shack and Ruth Bittorf, N.P.
This interactive clinic will discuss the importance of self-esteem. Participants will explore exercises to help define, develop and maintain a healthy self-image. Factors contributing to the artists’ perception of self worth will be considered.
Location: Artists’ Health Centre Foundation, 250 The Esplanade, Suite 500
Clinic fee: $10
Pre-registration is required, as space is limited.
To learn more or to register:
Or visit the AHCF website at www.ahcf.ca