Learn to be an APSP evaluator


With sufficient training you can become an Assessment Prescriptive Stretching Program Evaluator.

Training involves 200 hours of anatomy, biomechanics and stretching. At the end of the training you will be able to assess range of joint movement and posture, categorise according to body type, age and mobility index, take a history and calculate the stretching needs of an individual.

With the information gathered from the assessment you will then be able to prescribe a safe effective stretching program.