New Youtube Video

by Trevor Aung Than on January 9, 2014

Happy New Year conditioners!

To celebrate, I recently filmed a video with efit30 about Tensegrity – essentially how our body derives structure and strength.  Take a look!

What is Tensegrity?

A reminder I am available for physiotherapy and rehabilitation consults.  Contact me directly on +61452 614 775.  I am available most weekday afternoons in Bayswater and West Perth.







Ever since I could remember I’ve wanted to have my very own article published in an ACTUAL magazine. Not some two-bit school newsletter that I edited myself (no intentional disrepect to school newsletter editors) but in a proper magazine. And in the last few months I have had just that. My mum is super proud.

My first article was published earlier in the year in the Australian Fitness Network magazine which is for members of the Australian Fitness Network, the leading source of information, education and events in the Australian fitness industry. The article featured interviews I conducted with cast and crew of the Cirque du Soleil show OVO while they were on tour in Sydney. Click here for a PDF of the article.

The other article I had published was for the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s (APA) publication inTouch Magazine on the Anatomy Trains. The article was a follow-up up to a clinical lecture I held at the APA here in Perth late last year. The article was just published a couple of months ago. Click here for a PDF.

So if you’re working on that school newsletter and have a deadline approaching…don’t fret. Who knows what you may accomplish in the future? Wall Street Journal? The Lancet? People Magazine? You may just make your mum super proud.


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