Are you losing clients to
aches and injuries?

If you've been in the personal training game for any length of time, you know that sooner or later your clients will experience aches, pains, or even injuries. Even with the best routines, careful monitoring, and all the cooldown time in the world, these little niggles will always develop.

Do you want to know why?

Here's the good news: it's not you!

There's a gap in your knowledge that no other PT can fill - a gap that will help you understand why your clients experience aches and pains from training and how you can prevent it!

I'm Stuart Hinds, and I've spent 30 years as a therapist for athletes at the elite level. I will show you how to bridge the gap and empower you to deliver better, lasting results for your clients.

Who is this course for?

This one-day, hands-on course is specifically designed for personal trainers. It will introduce you to the world of soft tissue therapy and give you practical understanding of how it works can help make you deliver better and more holistic fitness outcomes for your clients.

After completing the workshop I guarantee you will look at the body with different eyes. Understanding the fundamentals of soft tissue therapy will not only give you a stronger theoretical grounding of the body’s functionality, but will also arm you with the practical knowledge to improve your skills and set you apart from the competition.

If you would enjoy a day of hands-on interaction that will improve the health outcomes for both you and your clients, then book today.


10am - 5pm Sunday 14 July
Fellmongers Road, Breakwater VIC

Spaces are limited - book now!


What will we cover?

  • What trigger points are and how they affect the body's physiology.
  • Which practitioners are best suited to different conditions
  • How you can avoid chronic tendinosis in clients with tendon overuse injuries
  • What super trigger points are and how they cause restriction in the body's major joints.
  • And much more!

about stuart hinds

Stuart Hinds is a leading Australian soft tissue therapist with over 30 years of experience in professional practice. He regularly lectures on remedial soft tissue techniques at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia), and is internationally recognized for his work with the Australian Olympic Teams (Sydney 2000, Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 and London 2012).

Stuart was a keynote speaker at the 3rd Joint Sportex Sports Massage Association Conference in the UK (2005) and the Australian Soft Tissue Conference (2012). He has also been a presenter at the Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport in Canberra (2003),

the AAMT National Conference in Canberra (2005), The Institute of Registered Myotherapists National Conference in Melbourne (2007), the AAMT National Conference in Hobart (2009) and the IRMA Myotherapy National Conference (2010).

Stuart has pioneered his own technique for treating hip pain and dysfunction (the NAT Hip Technique) and regularly publishes articles in local and international industry journals and mainstream publications relating to soft tissue treatments and musculoskeletal dysfunction. In 2016, Stuart was awarded a lifetime membership with Massage & Myotherapy Australia for his significant support and contribution to the industry.