BeActive offers a variety of lectures and workshops for fitness and health professionals. BeActive’s managing director Shira Kramer has extensive knowledge and experience in presenting a wide range of topics to fitness and health industries.
We offer the sessions below or can custom design a course to suit your needs. If you have a request for a workshop, please email email@example.com
Shira Kramer BPhty
Shira is one of Australia’s leading women’s health and fitness professionals. An experienced physiotherapist, fitness leader, presenter and business leader, she is the founder of BeActive, a successful enterprise that has consulted to over 4,000 women at various stages of their pre and post-natal journeys.
A renowned global speaker and mentor for women’s health and wellness, Shira’s passion is to keep women active during all ages and stages of life.
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- Women’s Health Physiotherapy – GP’s and nursing staff (Nest family wellness, Airlie Women’s Clinic)
- Back care, posture, injury prevention and ergonomics – Nursing Staff (Vision Eye Institute)
- Core ball training – Fitness Professionals (Step Into Life)
- Pelvic floor safe exercise – Pole dancers (Pole Divas), Yoga instructors (SomaChi Yoga)
- Pre and postnatal exercise – Physiotherapists (Australian Physiotherapy Association)
- Musculoskeltal condtions in the childbearing years – Acupuncturists and Natropaths (Fertile grounds)
- Postnatal Recovery – Maternal and child health nurses (Stonnington, Yarra & Port Phillip)
- Core Foundations – Melbourne, New Zealand
- School student posture workshop – Beth Rivka Ladies College
Shira is a highly regarded national and international presenter at fitness conferences such as FILEX and AFEEX. Topics include: Pre and Post Natal Fitness, Core and Pelvic Floor, Special populations: pre and post natal, menopause and bone health.
Shira is a lecturer and examiner at Monash, Melbourne and Deakin Universities in both undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy programs.