The Gray Institute has announced its launch of a new interactive online learning experience on its website at www.grayinstitute.com.
A company news release reports that the launch’s catalyst came when the Gray Institute recognized a need for more Internet-based resources for individuals, coaches, personal trainers, and physical therapists. In response to this need, the release notes that the new Gray Institute experience is designed to provide professionals with 24/7 access to educational videos, articles, products, and more.
Gary Gray, PT, FAFS, founder of the Gray Institute, points out that today, many individuals turn to the Internet in order to learn.
“With this new online experience, the Gray Institute will be able to provide movement professionals with the resources they need to take their knowledge to the next level,” Gray says.
Gray established the Gray Institute in 1988 as a resource for movement professionals across the globe. The institute strives to inspire and educate individuals, coaches, trainers, and physical therapists in the innovative discipline of Functional Movement Science.
According to the release, the new website features an all-new Video Resource Library that offers access to educational assets on a wide range of topics. Users can reportedly gain access for free with a Gold-level subscription. Included at all levels of membership is access to the all-new Gray Institute Exercise Library. Visitors can also browse through more than 5,900 exercises, the release says, and create custom programs for clients. Platinum members and above will also have access to a complete and comprehensive client management system and additional resources.
In addition to instructional videos, the Gray Institute also offers certifications, events, seminars, and the GIFT Mentorship. The release states that on the new website, customers can browse upcoming courses and events and reserve their spot. Customers can also purchase functional products, DVDs, and à la carte courses right on the website in the Gray Institute Store.
[Source: Gray Institute]