The Movement Centre of Manitoba is a non-profit organization that is committed to improving the physical health of children and adults with physical disabilities. Through the teachings of “Conductive Education”, we strive to maximize the independence of our clients. We provide movement and learning opportunities with appropriate motivations and expectations, in order to overcome the challenges faced by the physically impaired population.
The Movement Centre of Manitoba is one of only two centres in North America to provide Conductive Education beyond school age and into adulthood.
Conductive Education is effective for those individuals with cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, stroke, head injury, and Parkinson’ disease.
The Movement Centre of Manitoba, a registered charitable organization, uses conductive education to help people with neurological conditions gain or regain physical mobility, increased confidence and functional independence, one small step at a time.
The Movement Centre of Manitoba is a recognized agency that provides affordable access to all individuals who could benefit from conductive education programming.
The Movement Centre of Manitoba Inc. values:
- Respect, honesty, fairness, consistency and teamwork in all interactions;
- Maximizing each individual’s potential- physical, emotional, psychological;
- A client-centered approach;
- Being results-oriented with measurable outcomes;
- Excellence in all that we do;
- A warm, compassionate and supportive environment for clients and their families;
- A fair and equitable workplace;
- Fiscal responsibility;
- Accessibility and affordability for clients;
- The crucial role of all volunteers and supporters.
Learn more about Conductive Education and The Movement Centre by watching ‘Our Story‘.
Take a look at our printable copy of The Movement Centre’s Organizational Profile (PDF).
Visit our Newsletter Page to view our current newsletter.
Take a look at our Testimonials Page to see what people are saying.
See our Membership Page for details on how to become a member.
Together we thrive – Help our Centre win $25,000!
The Movement Centre has been nominated in Cargill’s ‘Together We Thrive’ contest in which they are donating $150,000 to 6 deserving communities.
We hope you will considering voting for our cause by clicking the link below. You can vote once per day! Share this link with friends and families to spread the word!
Help support Conductive Education and Manitoban’s living with movement disorders!
Voting closes on June 30th, 2015. Thanks for your support!
Fab 94.3 – Kidsville 2015 – Help our Centre win $10,000!
Our Centre has been selected as 1 of 7 finalists for Fab 94.3′s Kidsville 2015 contest!
Fab 94.3 is awarding $10,000 to the organization with the most votes in support of improving the lives of children right here in Manitoba.
We would be grateful if you showed your support by voting for us by clicking the link below (voting instructions are also on this page), sharing this link with your friends and families, and by sharing our Facebook and Twitter posts to spread the word!
You can vote once per hour per account and voting will end on midnight – June 28th, 2015.
Link to voting page – www.fab943.com/VideoChannel/Kidsville2015/Channel.aspx
Thanks for your support!
Our Events Page contains all our current and upcoming events.
Hockey Night in Canada’s Play On! 4 on 4 Tournament – May 16th – 17th, 2015
The Movement Centre of Manitoba was ecstatic to partner with ‘Hockey Night in Canada’s Play On! 4 on 4 Tournament – Winnipeg’ in support of Conductive Education rehabilitation programs at our Centre! The event took place on May 16th and 17th on Chancellor Matheson Road near Investor’s Group Field. We had a fantastic time sharing about our Conductive Education programs while enjoying 2 jam packed days full of hockey. Congratulations to all the players, staff and volunteers on a great job! We also thank the UPS Corporate Division Teams who signed up! Your support is amazing! We’re already looking forward to next year!
We thank The Winnipeg Foundation for it’s generous support in providing grants to The Movement Centre of Manitoba allowing us to improve our facility and our Conductive Education programs!