My main research focus is on Sevens rugby, coaching and video analysis. Started my studies in 1994 and have until recently obtained a BA degree in human movement studies, HONNEURS in movement studies, MASTERS in human movement studies, Post graduate diploma in teaching and PhD in Human movement studies. I have taught for 4 Years where I acted as house master at the school. Been a Lecturer at the North West University (Potchefstroom campus) since 2002 and is currently the house master of the campus men's residence known as Caput hostel. I have been a house master for the past 6 years.
"Real wealth is health” – I have specialised in resistance training for health and weight management and am passionate about all aspects involving; wellness coaching, an holistic approach to weight management and chronic diseases of lifestyle as well as mindful movement. Through attending varies workshops and conferences, reading literature and other sources I aim to explore all there is and am exciting to learn more of these concepts wherever I go and who ever I meet. One size doesn’t fit all…the more I learn, the more I see, there is much more to learn and understand…
I am a qualified Biokineticist and performed post-graduate research in focus area of Biokinetics, Rehabilitation and Orthopaedics. I enjoy the different fields of Biokinetics and have been fortunate to teach in the various fields of this profession. Exposure to different aspects taught me that my interest lies within the Biokinetics profession’s rehabilitation of sport and the orthopaedics. Currently I am teaching the modules, Orthopaedics (Honours), Research Methods and Biokinetics (third years) and fully enjoy the work I am blessed to do.
Prof. Hanlie (SJ) Moss is currently the Director of the research focus area: Physical activity, Sport and Recreation (PhASRec) at the North-West University in Potchefstroom, South Africa and Professor in Human Movement Science. As a Biokineticists she is registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and serves on the board of Directors of the Biokinetics Association of Southern Africa in the portfolio for Academic. Before Prof Moss joined the North-West University in 2003, she was the owner and independent practitioner of Moss Biokinetics.