2019 Aug 22-26 Watsu for Athletes with Tomasz Zagorski in Laskowa

This class is 50 hours Thursday - Monday in Laskowa...

This class is for therapists who work or want to work with athletes. Class gives a theoretical and practical base for safe and effective utilize of Watsu among different levels and disciplines athletes. The program is prepared with using of scientific research, academic background on coaching athletes and many years of practical experience in sports therapy field. Beside theoretical knowledge this class will give you practical tips: when, how, how often, in combination of what you can use successful Watsu session with athlete you work with and what is more important: when you should not to do it. This is a key to do it for your athlete progress. Students will learn basic sport theory as well as biological regeneration theory what gives them ability to make a proper recovery plan matched with training plan.
In addition you will get some info about marketing your practice in connection with sport.

Tomasz Zagorski

Tomasz Zagorski has an educational background as a physical education teacher and athletic coach. Additional education are sports therapy, different kinds of massage and manual therapy. He has opened his doctoral thesis concerning applications of Watsu among endurance athletes at Academy of Physical Education in Krakow. He is the owner of a leading massage company HandsOn which serving and teaching massage for many years. He works with top level athletes including several Olympic Champions and medalists as well as World Record holders. He is founder and president of Aquatic Therapy Development Association Watsu Polska which made a huge promotion of Watsu in press articles, internet, during presentations on SPA expos, in universities and clinics.
In teaching Tomasz Zagorski combine his passion for Watsu, academic knowledge and experience from years of work with many interesting people. "To give Students both: knowledge and skills for safe and effective work with clients and passion for this work such I have since my first course in 2000".
The main concern is safety and quality of touch and movements – the new approach for water work for better effectiveness and satisfaction from the work.
Tomasz is a former distance runner, he loves to travel, playing golf and skiing.