North West

Robinder Gill

Robin completed his Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy in 1998 and than a Masters degree in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from University of South Australia in 2000. He practiced physiotherapy in Alberta for 9 years before moving to the beautiful province of British Columbia. He is good tennis player and also enjoys an active lifestyle be it playing golf, going for hikes or working out in the gym.

Thu 15th - 9:00 am to Fri 16th - 4:00 pm
Designed to bring together community leaders and individuals who are passionate about supporting health and wellness, the 2012/13 Aboriginal Healthy Living Activities begins with a series of regionally based Leader Training Conferences delivered in partnership with the Aboriginal Sport, Recreation & Physical Activity Partners Council and SportMedBC. Workshops offered at the conferences will combine leader training for both the Aboriginal RunWalk and the Honour Your Health Challenge programs. The conferences are designed to build leadership capacity within Aboriginal communities and...
Thu 26th (All day)
SportMed Health Beat is a fun and easy way for participants to learn about personal risk factors for heart disease and diabetes, and how to help lower their risk for cardiovascular diseases. Participants are tested before the start of the Aboriginal RunWalk program and again 13 weeks later after the training is complete. These BEFORE and AFTER screenings will identify health improvements as a result of the Run Walk program and living a healthier lifestyle. Who is eligible for SportMed Health Beat 2012? To be eligible for SportMed Health Beat you must be a part of the Aboriginal RunWalk...