Event Details


MAES ‘ART’ COURSE:

Advanced MAES Therapy Course for paediatric therapists treating babies and children with Cerebral Palsy and similar neurodevelopment conditions

Advance – Refresh – Troubleshoot

 

A specialist 1-Week Advanced Course for Therapists who have already successfully completed the 4-Week M.A.E.S. Foundation Course.

An opportunity to go deeper, to refresh, question, troubleshoot and to advance your M.A.E.S. Therapy.

M.A.E.S.  Movement Analysis Education Strategies 

 

Course Dates:

Monday 6– Friday 10 December 2021      

Length of Course:  1-Week
( 5 Days “full-on” days with JP and the Team ! )

 

Location:    JOHANNESBURG  –   Venue to be advised

 

Course Presented & Supervised by:
Jean-Pierre Maes MCSP and the M.A.E.S. South Africa Team

Course Fee:   R 12,950.00    First come, first served.    A Deposit of  R1,000.00  secures your place.

Course Participant’s Criteria:
This advanced course is only open to Therapists who have already successfully completed the 4-Week M.A.E.S. Foundation Course. 

Course Format:
The format will include theoretical lectures, treatment demonstrations, workshops, case presentations and supervised daily practical sessions with patients.

 

Registration:  

For further information and for an Application Form, contact :

Shane Brassell,   PT MAES Therapy & Paediatric NDT
M.A.E.S. Therapy SA Coordinator 

E:  maestherapyrsa@gmail.com

T: 0027 (0)79 3167338

or

Jonathan Salsbury  MIoD  Development Director, M.A.E.S. Therapy International

E:   jsalsbury@maestherapy.com

 

Previous Advanced Courses have been held in:

Click to see more Photos of the course:       Istanbul, Turkey 2019

Click to see more Photos of the course:        Zagreb, Croatia 2017

Advanced Course for M.A.E.S. Trained Therapists (PT,OT,SLT, Dr.) treating babies, children and adults with CP and similar neuro-developmental conditions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Advanced Course for M.A.E.S. Trained Therapists (PT,OT,SLT, Dr.) treating babies, children and adults with CP and similar neuro-developmental conditions