Our 2023 Course Schedule DNS Clinical 'A' Course For Clinicians, this is where your DNS journey starts. This course is often an eye-opener for participants, who will walk away with unparalleled knowledge and skills in restoring optimal sagittal stabilization and a new lens to assess human movement. DNS A is our fundamentals course and introduces the key principles of developmental kinesiology and ontogenesis, with a heavy emphasis on defining, assessing, and restoring optimal postural - sagittal stabilization. Feb 17-19, 2023 Toronto, ON May 19-21, 2023 Seattle, WA Sept 29-Oct 1 2023 Montreal, QC Nov 24-26 2023 Vancouver, BC DNS Exercise 1 DNS Exercise courses are designed to introduce the neurodevelopmental approach to postural stabilization and movement. Attendees are advised how to start the training of ideal postural-stabilization function in basic, i.e. the easiest, positions and how to progress with the exercise by using more challenging positions, applying resistance, and/or by adding limb movement to meet clients specific requirements and sports goals. March 10-11, 2023 Victoria, BC Mar. 31-April 1, 2023 Vancouver, BC May 26 -27, 2023 Halifax, NS Nov. 10-11, 2023 Calgary, AB OR DNS Strength Training 1 A 3-day course that starts with part 1 of the DNS Exercise course series and finishes with a full-day immersion in its application to strength training. March 10-12, 2023 Victoria, BC March 31-April 2, 2023 Vancouver, BC May 26 -28, 2023 Halifax, NS Nov 10 - 12, 2023 Calgary, AB DNS Pediatric Course DNS pediatric courses are based on neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, muscle physiology and kinesiology with an emphasis on diagnostics. These courses are limited to licensed health professionals (MD, DO, PT, DC, OT). In addition, the organizer reserves the right to limit the audience to certain groups of professionals. Sept 7-10, 2023 Victoria, BC Sept 21-24, 2023 Toronto, ON DNS Advanced Skills Courses DNS Foot, Ankle & Gait The DNS approach to rehabilitation of the lower extremity takes into consideration that stabilization of the foot is not an isolated function or responsibility of the foot alone, and likewise, stabilization of the pelvis and hip is not the responsibility of the gluteus medius but rather global parameters of stabilization function. *Pre-requisite is DNS Exercise 1 or DNS A June 3-4, 2023 Victoria, BC DNS Strength Training 2 A 3-day course that starts with part 2 of the DNS Exercise course series and finishes with a full-day immersion in its application to strength training. Pre-requisite: DNS Strength Training 1 December 8-10, 2023 Victoria, BC International Courses madrid, spain barcelona, spain istanbul, turkey Stay up to date on courses and educational content Name Please enter your name. Email Address Please enter a valid email address. Keep me up to date Thanks for subscribing! Please check your email for further instructions. Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.