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Tai Chi for Osteoporosis Instructor Training with MT Richard Link

When and Where

Date: 8th - 9th Aug, 2019
Time: Time 9:00am to 5:00 pm Registration 8:30 am Day #1
Address: Union Missionary Baptist Church
217 Gulpha
Hot Springs
AR
United States

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What is Tai Chi for Osteoporosis?

Tai Chi for Osteoporosis was especially designed by Dr Paul Lam in conjunction with his tai chi associates and a team of medical experts. It helps to improve balance and prevent falls. The program will also improve relaxation, fitness and health. Based on Sun and Yang style tai chi, Tai Chi for Osteoporosis is easy to learn, effective and safe. 

Created by Dr Paul Lam

Dr Paul Lam is an Australian family physician and tai chi expert, and a world leader in the field of tai chi for health. He is a well-recognised teacher, and the author of several books on tai chi and best-selling instructional tai chi DVDs. Over five million people worldwide practice a Tai Chi for Health program every day. 

Cost

Please register and pay by Aug.1,  ,2019

Workshop Cost:  $260
Cost includes Tai Chi for Osteoporis Workshop Certificates, AM and PM  snacks

Updates $125 Must attend day 2.    Multiple updates with attendence  $40 each additional update.      Update assignments are required for each update requested. Assignments will be sent after registration.

CEU Certification fee additional $25 if required.
CEU Credits –Up to 13.5 contact hours for CEUs for Physical Therapists (PTs & PTAs), Occupational Therapists (OTs and OTAs), Registered Nurses (RN), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), Licensed Mental Health Technicians (LMHT), & American College of Sports Medicine Certified Professionals (ACSMP).

.Check, money order mail to:    

Richard Link

8608 Chimneyrock Blvd

Cordova TN 38016

  Or use Pay Pal to:    paypal.me/taichi4living

Location

Union Missionary Baptist Church

217 Gulpha  Hot Springs, AR.

71901

This workshop is sponsered by the Oakland Center on Aging. 

The Oaklawn Center on Aging is a program of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Reynolds Institute on Aging, Arkansas Aging Initiative and the Oaklawn Foundation

 

Contact

Richard Link    Master Trainer

link1945@aol.com

901-581-8456

 

Joanne Zeitler   Senior Trainer                    Jerry Matlock   Senior Trainer

jz4taichi@yahoo.com                                       jerrymatlock921@gmail.com

901-246-2358                                                   501-623-0020