2019 SKESA Ed Day & AGM
2019 SKESA Education Day & AGM
May 4 – University of Regina
Room 119 Research and Innovation Centre, 3737 Wascana Parkway, University of Regina.
9:00 – 9:30am Registration (outside Room 119)
Grad Studies Information Booth provided by U of R College of Kinesiology and Health Sciences
9:30 – 9:45am Opening Remarks: Troy Slywka (SKESA Chairman) & Shannon Strate (Exec. Director)
9:45 – 10:30am Travis Eveleigh: Natural Human Movement: Application to Rehabilitation
**Dress to move – session involves optional active participation**
10:30 – 11:15am Janis Riise: The stressful demands of Clinical work: Burnout and Self-Care
**Dress to move – session includes a short practical yoga therapy relaxation session**
11:15 – 12:00pm SKESA AGM
12:00pm – 1:15pm Lunch: Not provided
Please bring your own lunch. There are limited options open on campus on weekends. Options near campus include: Subway, McDonald’s, Triffons and Stone’s Throw.
1:15 – 2:00pm Kinesiology Professionals: A look into the careers of various Kinesiology Professionals
2:00 – 2:30pm Break out Discussion Groups: The Future of Kinesiology
SKESA Board Members to lead smaller group discussions. Planning the future of SKESA.
2:30-2:45pm Presentation of Discussion Group Outcomes
2:45-3:00pm Stretch Break: Yoga Session by Stephanie Mehlsen
3:00-4:00pm Travis Eveleigh: Low Back and Neck mechanical pain: A Practical approach to care
4:00 pm Closing Remarks
Registration deadline: April 21, 2019
BIOGRAPHIES for the Presenters:
Travis Eveleigh is a U of S Kinesiology and Physiotherapy Graduate. For the past 11 years Travis has been a Complex care rehabilitative physiotherapist with CBI Health Saskatchewan. He has had the privilege of serving the communities of his home province and team members as a Clinical Manager and Sask. Clinical Education director.
Through practical health reasoning, optimism, patient/community/social engagement, education and fun Travis continues to connect people with better health.
Janis Riise is a CSEP-CEP and a yoga therapist. She began personal training and teaching yoga in 2012 and graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2013. Initially she worked with people with acquired brain injuries in a rehabilitation setting. She then worked full time at a busy Saskatoon clinic that focused mostly on tertiary level care where she developed a pain management program, her yoga therapy practice and specialized in cancer rehabilitation. Janis is currently in the process of starting her own business and advocating for higher wages and improved working conditions for Kinesiologists.
A confirmation receipt of PDC’s (12.5) will be emailed to everyone in attendance the week following the SKESA Education Day & AGM