Enhancing the Yang 24 Forms and/or Depth of Tai Chi for Arthritis for Fall Prevention with Dr Paul Lam
When and Where
|Date:||Mar 8th 2019|
|Address:||Wynnum Community Centre
105 Florence St
Enhancing the 24 Forms and/or Depth of Tai Chi for Arthritis for Fall Prevention with Dr Paul Lam
Enhancing the 24 Forms on 8 March and Depth of TCAFP on 9-10 March 2019
The Depth of Tai Chi for Arthritis for Fall Prevention was created by Dr Paul Lam and a team of medical and tai chi experts.
Dr Lam will go through form by form in detail to explain the depth and inner meaning. He will offer feedback, points of improvement and direction to develop your tai chi. You will be working towards the ultimate purpose of tai chi; to cultivate your qi most effectively and enjoyably. During the workshop you will have time to interact with Dr Lam and his colleagues, and benefit from his 40 years of tai chi and teaching experience and medical knowledge to help you improve your tai chi.
Dr Lam, an Australian family physician and tai chi expert, is a world leader in the field of tai chi for health. He loves teaching and is the first person in history to have travelled over one million miles for the purpose of teaching tai chi. Many enjoy learning from him so much so that they travel thousands of miles year after year to attend his workshops.
Dr Lam is the author of several books on tai chi and best-selling instructional tai chi DVDs. His tai chi programs are supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and health departments and arthritis foundations around the world. Millions of people have improved their health and wellness by learning his programs.
To enjoy working with Dr Lam and his colleagues
To discover more history and depth about Yang or Sun Style
To improve your tai chi
To enjoy exploring the inner meaning and insights of tai chi
To cultivate your qi more effectively and use delivery of jing to generate more qi
To meet and interact with many other like minded tai chi enthusiasts
Over 500 medical studies have shown tai chi improves muscular strength, flexibility and fitness; as well as improved relaxation, balance, immunity and other health benefits. However studies don't show anywhere near the full extent of benefits tai chi can bring! Such as empowering you to develop inner peace, strength and power, leading to more happiness and fulfilment.
Dr Lam incorporates his medical knowledge, tai chi experience and positive psychology to enhance the 24 Forms and Tai Chi for Arthritis for Fall Prevention. At the completion of the workshop you will understand the sets more deeply, find a clearer path to progress in your tai chi and gain more enjoyment from your practice.
Anyone who knows the Yang 24 or Tai Chi for Arthritis Forms. You can prepare by working with Dr Lam's DVDs, and if you can perform the sequence comfortably by memory you will enjoy learning more about the depth.
Study the relevant DVD, and be sure to come scent free in consideration for those with perfume allergies.
Wear loose comfortable clothes and flat shoes suitable for exercise.
At this workshop participants will have the opportunity to update their Tai Chi for Health qualifications. Prior notice is essential and a written assignment must be submitted before 20 February 2019. An administration fee applies.
Enhancing 24 Forms
8 March 2019 $231
Depth of Tai Chi for Arthritis and FP
9-10 March 2019 $462
Attend both and receive a $50 discount! Instead of $693 pay only $643
Early Bird before 28th January 2019:
Enhancing Yang 24 Forms $211
Depth of Tai Chi for Arthritis and FP $442
Both workshops instead of $653 pay only $603!
Fees include morning and afternoon tea and certificate
Registered participants are entitled to a 20% discount on DVDs, a code will be sent with your confirmation message.
Cut-off date for bookings is 26 February 2019
Refunds before 19 February will incur a $50 fee
Refunds after 19 February will incur a $60 fee
No refunds after 1 March
Wynnum Community Centre
105 Florence St
contact: Dianne McGrath
02 9533 6511 or email@example.com
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