Creating Instantaneous Change

by Ian O'Dwyer |  Date Released : 28 Aug 2009

  • Personal fitness philosophy
  • Simplistic tools
  • Living a healthy and great life
  • The role of facilitator
  • Instantaneous results
  • The myofascial lines
  • The principles of proper food, rest, nutrition and exercise
  • Giving the body what it needs to create a change
  • What is good movement?
  • Foundations of movement
  • Managing expectations
  • Incorporating games
  • What do clients want?
  • Tangible manifestations of the clients emotional state
  • Look, listen and learn
  • Principles that have an affect
  • If the emotional state doesn’t change, the physical affect won’t last
  • A change in the emotion state creates a shift in the physical state

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Ian O'Dwyer

About the author: Ian O'Dwyer

Ian O’Dwyer, (OD), has practiced in the health and fitness industry for over 25 years. He is a director of OD on Movement, a movement and business solutions company with two facilities in Australia (Melbourne & Noosa). OD is a “hands on” Movement Coach practicing at his facilities. OD on Movement run Mentorships twice yearly in Noosa Heads and also in dedicated locations globally.

As an Author, Ian has written for leading industry magazines and education providers, he is also a Co-Founder of PTA Global, whom in 2009 collaborated with 25 of the industries leaders to create systems, science and tools for Coaches, Trainers and Businesses to gain more successful outcomes for their clients.

As a Presenter, Ian has presented over 500 workshops globally. He has a unique ability to observe movement and create instant change through innovative and practical techniques but best of all he makes it FUN.

Ian is a common sense, positive guy who has worked with and learnt from some of the world’s best to become an effective and successful coach.

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