Therapeutic Fascial Mobility (TFM)

“Recovery is an important tool and separates elite trainers from average. TFM includes the best of assisted table stretching, muscle activation techniques, and end range isometrics into one advanced course.”

The course will also include integrating Hypervolt and Hyperice techniques to further optimize warm ups, corrective work, and self-directed strategies beyond the session.

Pre-requisites:  minimum Level 3 FW Personal Trainer, completion of LIFT Level 1 & the FW 4-hour Hypervolt workshop

*in select circumstances, Level 2 PTs may be allowed entry by permission of the Director of Fitness Education

Location: BCPTI

Certification Dates: November 25-26, 2023

Course Fee: Early Bird: $349+tax / Regular: $399+tax

Registration Limit: 14 seats.

Completion Requirements: Full participation in all 16 hours of the course, 25-50 practice sessions & a practical test out with one of the TFM instructors.

Pre-Approved CECs: 1.3 CECs from NASM

Upon Completion of this Course, You will be able to:

  • Explain and recommend the TFM model to members, clients and other staff to help with scope-appropriate pain, movement restriction, to facilitate improvements in training, to promote recovery and to optimize results
  • Use movement-based assessments to determine use of the sequence as well as additional corrective exercises to apply in training or as homework
  • Implement the lower body or upper body sequence in 25-minute Recovery sessions or the total body sequence in 50-minute Recovery sessions
  • Use parts of the sequence as part of the warm-up or cool down in 50-minute PT sessions
  • Incorporate use of the Hypervolt into the sequence

About TFM Instructors – Courtney Parson

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All BCPTI courses are non-transferable and non-refundable. **

Courtney Parson is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer who specializes in strength training, powerlifting, functional training, and rehab. Courtney played rugby for many years until she sustained injuries and retired from rugby. She then made the switch to working in the fitness industry. 

Since starting in the fitness industry in January 2019, Courtney developed a passion for learning and education and took as many courses as possible. She holds a diverse collection of Personal Training certifications:

Courtney’s goal is to take her passion for learning, education, and taking courses and use it to teach other trainers the skills and knowledge that helped her become successful. By doing so they too can love what they do, have a rewarding career, and help many clients reach their fitness goals, have more confidence, and live healthier lives.

Brian Truong

Brian Truong & BCPTI Students

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Brian is the Director of Fitness Education for Fitness World Canada and the Director of the British Columbia Personal Training Institute. He has been certified since 2013 and has worked as a personal trainer, fitness instructor, independent owner/operator, and educator/mentor. Brian continues to integrate mental and physical health into his process of teaching and training to provide a holistic approach. By combining his background in psychology, the person-centered approach is a mainstay of his approach to coaching and mentoring.