Overview of Fitness Workshop for Teens and Young Adults on the Autism Spectrum
Our upcoming workshop is aimed at teens and young adults (ages 13+) on the autism spectrum who are interested in learning more about how to improve their fitness and mobility. The session will provide practical tips and strategies for developing a fitness routine, as well as information about how to stay motivated and engaged in physical activity over the long term.
The sessions will be led by qualified health and wellness professionals from Art of Mobility. They will provide expert guidance and support throughout the session, and will be available to answer any questions that attendees may have.
- Understanding the benefits, and importance of physical activity for individuals on the autism spectrum
- How to create a safe and effective fitness routine
- Strategies for staying motivated and engaged in physical activity
- Tips for developing strength, flexibility, and mobility
Thusheinth Sivarajah is a Physiotherapist and Certified Personal Trainer who completed his Masters in Physical Therapy program at Queens University. Thusheinth is an an avid weightlifter, martial artist, and volleyball athlete.
Tharaniya Sivarajah is a Kinesiologist who is a certified personal trainer (CPT) with the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology. Tharaniya finished a Masters in Physical Therapy at Brunel University. Tharaniya places a great importance in fostering independent movement skills among the individuals she works with for long-term success.
Thurginth Sivarajah is the Clinic Manager at Art of Mobility – a health and wellness clinic specializing in physiotherapy, nutrition coaching, massage therapy, and more.
Event Details & Registration
Date: Tuesday, April 11, 2023
Time: 6:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Location: Virtual (ZOOM link provided upon registration)
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