Path to an active lifestyle after transplant is an education symposium designed to educate transplant recipients of all ages the benefits of healthy active living through exercise.  This symposium is funded by an Education Innovation grant from the Toronto Transplant Institute.


Dates: Oct 17-18, 2015


Our two-day education workshop is aimed to help transplant recipients:

  1. Understand the benefits of exercise and physical activity after a transplant

  2. Start an exercise program and/or improve their current fitness level

  3. Meet training goals through hands-on fitness and sport-specific training


The education workshop will offer two streams:

  1. children and adolescent transplant recipients and

  2. adult transplant recipients.


The full day education workshop on Sat Oct 17th, is held at Rehabilitation Sciences Bldg, University of Toronto 500 University Avenue, Toronto and will address topics such as:

  • Exercise Training

  • Injury Prevention

  • Nutrition

  • Goal setting

  • Training for general fitness and sports

  • And many more!


The optional second day on Sun Oct 18th is a sport training session held at Variety Village, Scarborough. Experienced volunteers will train and coach transplant recipients with hands-on fitness and sport-specific training which include:

  • Track & Field

    • Running (5 km, Sprints, Relay)

    • High Jump

    • Long Jump

    • Ball Throw

  • Swimming

  • Tennis

  • Bowling

  • Weight Training

  • Cardio

  • And many more!


For those who are interested in participating in the Canadian Transplant Games (Aug 2016), this is a great way to kick off your training!


Please join us for a wonderful opportunity to learn more and live better through exercise!


Please note, there is no fee for your participation so register today!
















If you have questions or concerns, please email us at, call us at 416-597-3422 x 7774 or use the form below.  


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