Global Postural Reeducation (GPR) is an approach in physiotherapy developed by Philippe Souchard. GPR consists of active global treatment postures to simultaneously work on static and dynamic muscles of the anterior and posterior integrated neuromuscular coordination systems to improve posture and sensorimotor control. The GPR approach integrates biomechanics and sensorimotor control principles.

Physiotherapists will determine active treatment postures and sensorimotor exercises specific to the person’s neuromusculoskeletal disorder following a decisional algorithm specific to GPR (Posture selection chart: general photography, interrogation, examination of retraction and re-equilibration

Global Postural Reeducation (GPR) treats:

  • Morphological issues
  • Articular injuries
  • Respiratory conditions
  • Post-traumatic sequelae
  • Neurological spastic pathologies

For more details about the GPR method, visit:

**If you are a physiotherapist outside Canada, you need to have a special authorization to practice physical therapy in Quebec.

Online and in-person lectures on the theoretical principles of the GPR method and its application to biomechanics.

Demonstrations of techniques and patient treatments performed by the instructor and the monitor.
Supervised practice among participants.

Detailed Schedule
Module 1 (week 1-2):
Online Self-Learning: Opening Mid-september 2024
Practical Course In Person: November 25th to 30th 2024

Module 2 (week 3-4):
Online Self-Learning: March 2025
Practical Course In Person: April 7th to 12th 2025

Module 3 (week 5):
Practical Course In Person: June 3rd to 7th 2025

TOTAL : 4,250$ (taxes included)