5 DAYS OF TRAINING
MASTERS OF MOVEMENT
Don’t miss this chance to train with the Masters of Movement. Space is limited and this event will sell out without notice.From August 13th to the 17th Agatsu will host a once in a life time training event brining together experts from Olympic Weightlifting, Kettlebells, Handbalancing, Flexibility, Nutrition, Parkour, Running, Bulgarian Bag and Joint Mobility. Five life changing days that will transform how you move and train forever.
*This event is suitable for all skill levels*
All workshops will be held at The Academy of Lions in Toronto Ontario Canada. (with the exception of the Parkour training which will be held at The Monkey Vault Gym)AOL is not just a gym, its an experience. This 10,000 square foot gym is located at 64 Ossington. The facility is spread out over 4 levels devoted to physical culture, healthy foods and locally designed goods.
COACHES & DICIPLINES
Olympic Weighlifting-Alexander Varbanov
Olympic Weightlifting is the most practiced and effective strength sport in the world. It produces excellent health along with athleticism, skill and mental focus.
Alex Varbanov has devoted 35 years to the sport of Olympic Weightlifting and has built a strong reputation of a weightlifting professional. Varbanov possesses a master’s degree from the National Sports Academy of Bulgaria; he is an Honoured Master of Sports and an Associate Professor at ECACEC – Chile.
Alex Varbanov – the Athlete (competed in the 75 kg bodyweight division)
World Champion – 1983, 1985, 1986
European Champion – 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987
Bronze medalist from the Olympics in Seoul, South Korea – 1988
10 official World Records, two of them are still in the Guinness Book of Records:
- 215.5kg Clean & Jerk
- 382.5kg Total
Alex Varbanov – the Coach
- Executive Weightlifting Coach – National Sport School – Bulgaria
- Teacher of Physical Education and Sports in high schools
- Weightlifting Coach of Municipal Centre for Gifted Children
- Assistant Coach of the Bulgarian National Weightlifting Team
- Head Coach of the National Weightlifting Team, Chile
- Expert Representative of the Department of School Sports – Ministry of Youth and Sports, Bulgaria
- Olympic Weightlifting Coach – Varbanov School of Weightlifting at Academy Of Lions
Dan Laboni- Monkey Vault Parkour
Dan Laboni is the owner of Monkey Vault Parkour in Toronto, Ontario. During the Masters of Movement TrainingWeek Dan will open the doors to one of Canada’s leading Parkour gyms and train everyone in the basics of this incredible movement dicipline.
The Monkey Vault centre is a place for movement. Parkour, Art Du Deplacement, Freerunning, Street Acrobatics, whatever you want to call what you do, the base of each remains the same. Each requires discipline, each requires proper training. That’s why this place exists. That’s why the people inside it train so passionately. This place was created to inspire others to reach newer and higher levels, push people past their previous boundaries, and allow them to prove to themselves what they are made of. We all have monkeys inside us, but as we grow older this feeling, this passion for movement dies away. It shouldn`t. Come play with us, let us help you revive it.
Technical Director for Agatsu Joint Mobility & Movement
Sara-Clare has been a personal trainer since 2003. Her passion for physical fitness began at a young age through dance and continued on throughout her university years as a teacher’s assistant in movement for theatre arts. There she studied Alexander Technique and contact improv. Since then she has played around with aerial silks and hand balancing.
She is the Technical Director for Agatsu Joint Mobility & Movement Program and also teaches at The Academy of Lions in Toronto, ON. Her clients range from athletes, seniors citizens, chemotherapy patients to mentoring troubled teens. Her background includes:
- Agatsu Kettlebell Levels 1 and 2
- Olympic Lifting with her coaches Alex and Irina Varbanov
- Advanced Barbell with Pierre Auge and Willie Alert
- Ashtanga Teacher’s Certification with Mark Darby
- CrossFit Joint Mobility and Movement with Kelly Starrett
- IKSFA Sport Kettlebell Coaches Level 1 Certificate
- CanFit Pro PTS
Sara-Clare truly believes that anything is possible if you’re willing to work for it. It may not happen tomorrow or the next day, but as someone wise once told her only “perfect practice makes perfect”. Her clients and class participants learn to heal their bodies through movement, building a strong foundation for fitness for life.
In 1988 he placed 2nd in Ontario for cross country running, and in the following year was crowned provincial champion in men’s doubles badminton, automatically qualifying his team to national championships. He was twice honoured as Badminton MVP and was named George Brown’s Athlete of the Year in 1989.
Kimchan attributes these accomplishments to first-rate teamwork and influential coaching. Currently a personal trainer, Kimchan utilizes not only the knowledge he gained at George Brown, but his positive experiences as a varsity athlete. His vast expertise allows him to lead a variety of fitness classes including spinning, yoga, classical stretch, and circuit training. Kimchan, a pre-eminent expert in the field of fitness, coaches and trains multi-sport athletes, instructs individuals and corporate groups on the importance of wellness, and organizes athletic events to fund raise for specific charities.
In 1990 Kimchan graduated from the Fitness and Lifestyle Management program at George Brown College and as a full time fitness coach he worked in the most prestigious fitness clubs in Toronto. Dedicating his work to to improving the lifestyle and physicality of his clients, Kimchan assumed fulltime fitness coach role. He has a certified expertise in Kundalini yoga, Crossfit, crossfit kids, gymnastics, kettlebell level 2 and is an NSCA-Personal Trainer.
Kimchan offers one-on-one scheduled training, works with small groups and also trains teams.
Awards and Recognitions
- George Brown College Athlete of the Year – 1989
- Ontario Colleges Athletic Association Hall of Fame – 2011
- George Brown College Athletic Association Hall of Fame – 2012
Schedule: The Masters of Movement training seminar is spread out over five jam packed days. Training begins 8:00am and runs to approximately 7:00pm each day. Breaks are given between workshops including lunch.
We are limiting space for this event to ensure that each participant gets one on one training from all coaches. Don’t wait, register and reserve your spot today!
REGISTER ME NOW (Full Payment $1500 until May 1st 2013-Late registration $1750)
(By registering you are reserving your place at this event. As space is limited no refunds will be given for partial or full registrations)