Halliwick Foundation Course - 6th to 9th of October 2022
Updated: Nov 17
A unique opportunity in Australia, for those with a passion for teaching swimming and an interest in making it accessible for anyone, particularly to people with disabilities.
Halliwick is an approach to teaching all people, in particular for those with physical and/or learning difficulties, to participate in water activities, to move independently in water, and to swim.
According to the Halliwick Concept, physical properties of water form the basis for therapeutic intervention as activities in water have a great physical, personal, recreational and social benefits.
The Halliwick Concept focuses on biophysical principles of motor control in water, in particular by developing a sense of balance and core stability together with the consideration of humans’ emotional needs for mental adjustment and a sense of independence.
THE HALLIWICK FOUNDATION course is intended for existing swim teachers or aspiring teachers wishing to expand their tool kit, as well as to gain a broader understanding of how to help individuals who experience physical or mental challenges become free and independent in water, to swim, and to thrive.
Carers, teachers, instructors, relatives, friends, and therapists of individuals who experience challenges may find this course extremely beneficial.
This course covers the theory behind the method, focusing on The Halliwick Ten-Point-Programme and implementation of the theory in the water.
Upon completion of this course students receive an internationally recognised certificate of completion issued by the International Halliwick Association (IHA).
Fezia Tyebally is a Halliwick Lecturer with the IHA (International Halliwick Association).
6th to 9th of October 2022
(Full days, an intensive course)
AUD $1490 (of which $600 is required as a deposit to secure your spot)
Aquanat home of the Australian Institute of Aquatic Bodywork
545 Canning Highway, Alfred Cove, Western Australia
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