Tai Chi for Osteoporosis with Brenda Hum
When and Where
|Date:||14th - 15th Nov, 2020|
|Time:||9.00am - 5.00pm|
|Address:||Marjorie Black House
47 King William Rd, Unley
On completion of this successful two-day workshop, you will be provided with the necessary skills and knowledge to conduct safe and effective modified Tai Chi classes. Tai Chi for Osteoporosis is a program designed by Dr Paul Lam in conjunction with a team of medical specialists and Tai Chi Specialists. This interesting short form is based on Sun and Yang Styles of Tai Chi.
Tai Chi for Osteoporosis is easy to learn, effective and safe. The program is designed to build muscular strength and stamina, improve balance, posture and biomechanics.
This program will also improve overall health and wellness.
Certification to teach Tai Chi for Osteoporosis, notes, morning and afternoon tea are included in the workshop payment,
Who is eligible to attend this training?
Suitable participants include; Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists, Tai Chi teachers and advanced students, Nurses, Health Professionals, Accredited Exercise instructors, Certified Allied Health
Pre- workshop requirements
Dr Paul Lam's teaching Tai Chi Effectively book is compulsory reading before the course. You are also expected to work through Dr Lam’s Tai Chi for Osteoporosis DVD before the workshop.
- The book and the DVD can be obtained either by ringing Tai Chi Productions on 02 9533 6511 or from the Tai Chi Productions website: www.taichiproductions.com. The e-book is available via that website.
- The DVD is also available via Dr Paul Lam’s online lessons,
Course fee: $400
Early Bird Fee: $370 Payment due by October30th, 2020.
Update day: November 15th - cost $180
Registration deadline: November 6th, 2020
Cheques made out to "LEAP SA"
PO Box 180
South Australia 5097
Direct Debit Please add your name to the transfer and email details to email@example.com
BSB : 015 300
Account : 187325306
Venue: Marjory Black Community Room
47 King William RD,
Unley, SA 5061
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