Tai Chi for Rehab instructor training workshop and updates
When and Where
|Date:||25th - 26th Jul, 2020|
|Time:||9.00 - 5.00pm|
|Address:||Austin Health, Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital, Acacia Room & Wattle Hall,
300 Waterdale Rd
Tai Chi for Rehabilitation is modified tai chi for health program that combines positive psychology with the movements, as a mind/body exercise. This program developed by Dr. Paul Lam, is a combination of Yang, Sun and Chen tai chi styles.Chen style is vigorous and sophisticated, containing fast and slow movements along with the mysterious spiral force. Sun style has a uniquely powerful qigong (life energy) along with agile steps. Yang has graceful and slow movements which promotes health.This relaxing set can be done lying, sitting or standing and will help develop your knowledge and inner power of tai chi.
At the conclusion of the workshop
· Learn how to teach this program safely and effectively
· Gain knowledge of what is Tai Chi and how it helps people for rehabilitation
· Be able to perform the Tai Chi for Rehabilitation set
Who is eligible to attend this training?
Suitable participants include: Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists, Tai Chi teachers and advanced students, Nurses, Health professionals(eg doctors), Accredited Exercise Instructors, Certified Allied Health Assistants.
Rani Hughes is an occupational therapist and master trainer in the Tai Chi for Rehabilitation, Tai Chi for Arthritis, Tai Chi for Diabetes. Rani enjoys teaching and has trained hundreds of Tai Chi for Health instructors. She has taught tai chi for over twenty years to a diverse range of people including people with arthritis, diabetes and people experiencing mental illness.
Cost: $430 instructor certification (early bird cost $400 must be paid in full by 22nd May, 2020)
Cancellation two weeks prior will have a $50 administration fee. If cancellation occurs after
this time, $100 administration fee will occur.
Updates for other Tai Chi for Health programs are available for $45 each program. A written assignment is required for these updates.
Ph 0409 164 396