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ViPR Inventor, Industry Leading Expert in Human Design, Movement and Training Announces A Different Kind of Resource for Fitness Professionals

Solana Beach, CA – International educator, author, and inventor if the ViPR fitness tool, Michol Dalcourt is announcing the launch of the Institute of Motion (“IoM”), a new educational and collaborative resource for fitness professionals featuring webinars, mentorships, online courses, articles, and consultancy and lecture engagements, among other offerings, all based on the proprietary IoM Methodology .

“IoM is a solution-based resource focused at all facets of physical movement, including the role of fascia– which has traditionally been overlooked in our industry. A conversation about movement is incomplete without discussing the interplay of fascia, muscle, bone, the nervous system and other elements such as the affects of real and relative motion. This is what we study in IoM Methodology,” says Michol.

As IoM launches, hand-picked fitness professionals known for their curiosity, professionalism and continued interest in the lastest research on integrated training will be contributing to IoM’s offerings. Trainers well-versed in the IoM Methodology will have the opportunity to become IoM Master Trainers. IoM Master Trainers train to tour the world, just as Michol does, giving lectures and implementations to club chains and other industry locations using the IoM Methodology.

In addition to being an industry-leading expert in human design and movement and the inventor ViPR, Michol Dalcourt is a co-founder of PTA Global, and an adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco. Michol has given well over 300 international lectures, has been a featured speaker at most of the world’s top fitness conferences. His techniques have been adopted by some of the top international fitness certification bodies. Born and raised in western Canada, Michol spent several years training professional hockey players and other elite athletes.

The Institute of Motion is based in Solana Beach, California.

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If you’d like more information about the Institute of Motion, or to schedule an interview with Michol Dalcourt, please call (858) 254-3732 or e-mail