July 21 - 24, 2011
If you would like to cut lodging costs by sharing a room, please email Mary Fletcher at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ballet Tickets in Snowmass
If we have a group of 20 or more who attend one night, we can get $74 tickets for $44. If our group is 10 or more, the discount is 20% on the $74 or $44 ticket. Seats are being held until June 22, so we need to know by that date if you want to purchase a ticket.
Let us know:
a. Yes, a Friday ticket and will do $74 discount for $44
b. Yes, a Friday ticket and, if only 10 in our group, will take 20% off the ___ $74 ___$44 ticket.
c. No, but I could attend Saturday night if a group attends.
REPLY BY JUNE 23….. by email to Dorry Parker at email@example.com.
Healthy Approaches in the Training of Dancers
PAMA Has Presence at ACSM Convention
The American College of Sports Medicine is meeting in Denver, Colorado, this week. Mary Fletcher is promoting PAMA and the national initiative of Athletes and the Arts to attendees at an exhibit booth. ACSM attendees readily acknowledge and understand the health care issues of artists and enthusiastically express an interest in learning more about performing arts medicine.
The opportunities for shared research and application of models of care are tremendous. ACSM and PAMA look forward to further cooperation to provide new educational offerings and to enhance the quality of care for athletes and artists alike.
PAMA Notes Correction – From April 2011
New Survey for Specialists who Treat Wind and Brass Musicians with Stress VPI
Stress VPI has been reported as occurring in 39% of a sample of student instrumentalists.
Various treatment approaches have been used however there is currently NO clear agreement on what methods are most appropriate in treating musicians with this condition.
Interested in contributing to a meta-narrative review of the Performing Arts Medicine literature?
August 14, 2011
California PAMA Regional Meeting "Healthy Approaches in the Training of Dancers"
Presented by PAMA and Chapman University
October 5-9, 2011