Friday, 7 October 2016

Sunday Is Symposium Day!

Do you know that Saturday, Oct 8th is Hari Sukan Negara?
 
Plenty of activities are being held both by KBS and by private event companies to promote a healthy lifestyle this weekend.
 
Me?
I am supposed to do a half-marathon on Saturday Night in Shah Alam.
 
Supposed lah, but Imost probably won't (cannot) join.
 
BUT, as a compensation, I am stoked to be able to join the Dr Kase's Legacy Symposium (link here) on Sunday; thanks to Pilatique Pilate & Physiotherapy Studio - the co-host for the symposium to be held at Royal Selangor Club.
The unprecedented symposium which will be held for the first time in South East Asia will be conducted by none other than the very founder of Kinesio Tex Tape & Kinesio Taping methods, Dr Kenzo Kase himself. I am definitely excited to learn about new scientific information on Kinesio Taping concepts, and be exposed to the microscopic details of the Kinesio Taping methods and its effect on all body systems plus follow the practical sessions, where Dr Kaze will demonstrate EPF (Epidermis, Dermis, Fascia) taping and present case studies.

Opportunity like to learn like this does not come often, right?

And I would like to view this as taking my running knowledge to the next level. ^^

For those wondering about what this all Kinesio tape is all about, an example of how tapes can help athletes could be seen when you watched our Malaysian badminton team compete in Rio Olympics. Saw that brown tapes on Dato' Lee Chong Wei's back? And on other shuttlers too?

9 comments:

  1. Honestly, I was very tempted to attend this but the fees!! It is definitely a good symposium for those who are interested in health & body functions like me.

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    1. Yeah! RM500 is no joke but I think the information there will be very beneficial.

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  2. That should be very interesting!

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    1. Yup! Looking forward to it! :)

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    2. I'd like one of those 100 plus cans

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  3. Enjoy your symposium. My son recently broke 6 ribs (one in 2 places) and punctured a lung after a bike fall. When the lung tube came out, and they were able to use kinesiology tape on his back, his pain was much improved. He continues to have the tape applied by his PT during his recovery. He's doing very well - it's been almost a month.

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    1. Glad to hear your son is recovering well after the bad injury.

      Take care!

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  4. That sounds like a real treat to learn more, Lina! xoxo

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