Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis with Rosalie Rudduck
When and Where
|Date:||Mar 27th 2022|
|Time:||8.30am to 4.30pm|
25 Calala Drive
Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis
What is Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis? This modified seated version of Tai Chi for Arthritis can be enjoyed by anyone wishing to practice tai chi sitting down. People with almost any chronic condition can learn to improve their health and mobility. This safe easy-to-learn program relieves pain and improves health and quality of life. Many people wanted to try tai chi, but mobility issues caused them to hesitate. Dr Paul Lam and his team of medical and tai chi experts designed this program to give them a safe and effective way to learn; it will also provide health benefits and improve almost anyone’s quality of life. Based on the Sun style of tai chi, Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis (Seated TCA) is easy to learn, effective and safe. It improves flexibility, muscle strength, increases heart/lung activity, aligns posture, improves balance, and integrates the mind and body. Qualified participants who successfully complete the course will be eligible to become Board Certified by the Tai Chi for Health Institute to teach this program.
Reasons to Come
Learn how to teach this program effectively and safely
Discover how tai chi improves health and arthritis
Learn Dr Lam's Stepwise Progressive Teaching Method
Gain essential knowledge about arthritis
Learn about the essential principles of tai chi Improve your tai chi in a positive, enjoyable and interactive environment
Anyone is welcome to attend, but in order to beeligible to be certified as an instructor, please check the recommended qualifications listed below.
Physical therapists or physiotherapists
Tai chi teachers or advanced students
Other similar professionals
Participants will receive either an attendance or instructor/leader’s certificate.
By the Completion of the Workshop
Know the Tai Chi for Arthritis set at a deeper level
Understand how tai chi improves health and relaxation
Have learned how to teach this program effectively and safely
Have improved your tai chi skill and knowledge Have learned how to attract and retain more students
Wear loose comfortable clothes and flat shoes suitable for exercise.
NB: The name of the Master Trainer authorized by Dr Lam to conduct this workshop is displayed on the workshop location and details page.
Tai Chi for Health Program Updates
At this workshop instructors have an opportunity to update their other Tai Chi for Health certifications. For more information please contact the Master Trainer conducting the workshop.
For Australia only
This course is accredited by the Australian Physiotherapy Association. For more details please contact the organiser.
For USA only
The American College of Sports Medicine’s Professional Education Committee certifies that “Tai Chi for Health Institute” meets the
criteria for official ACSM Approved Provider status from (2018 December 2021). Approved Providers and their content reflect the
concepts of their respective organizations and do not necessarily represent the positions or policies of ACSM. Providership # 701292.
ACSM approved providership of this program does not imply endorsement of the sponsoring organization’s products/services.”
This one day workshop will focus on how to maximize the benefits of the Tai Chi for Arthritis programme when it is done in a sitting position.
Reasons to come to the workshop:
- Expand your Tai Chi for Arthritis teaching skills to benefit those unable to safely stand in your classes.
- Exchange ideas on progressing from Seated TCA to standing Tai Chi for Arthritis.
- Gain more depth of understanding of Tai Chi Principles.
Who is eligible to attend this training?
Tai Chi for Arthritis Leaders/Instructors.
Rosalie Rudduck is a Physiotherapist and Master Trainer in the Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis, Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention, TCA 2, Tai Chi for Diabetes, Heart Conditions, Memory, Osteoporosis and Rehabilitation programmes with the Tai Chi for Health Institute. She has Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training. Rosalie has worked extensively with people of all ages and has special interests in fall prevention and healthy ageing.
Each participant needs to review the Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis DVD and the 2011 revised edition of the textbook "Teaching Tai Chi Effectively" by Dr Paul Lam (available in hard copy $21.95 or e-book $9.95) before coming to the workshop. These products are available from Tai Chi Productions in Sydney Phone: 02 9533 6511 or www.taichiproductions.com
Following successful completion of this one day intensive course, you will be required to register to become a Tai Chi for Health Institute Board certified instructor in Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis before teaching the programme (if not already Board Certified). Annual fee is $26 (Standard Membership) or $46 (Premier Membership) and covers Board Certification for all your Tai Chi for Health qualifications. You will then be listed on the TCHI website.
Instructor Certificate $220 (early bird $200 paid in full by 11th February 2022)
Attendance Certificate $120 (early bird $100 paid in full by 11th February 2022)
Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis update $150 (early bird $140), extra updates $45 each (maximum $90).
Cancellation is subject to a $50 administration fee.
Morning and afternoon tea supplied.
Direct Bank Transfer: BSB: 034 221, Account: 619582. Please note your name on the transaction record.
EFTPOS available: please phone Rosalie to arrange.
Cheque or money order payable to Rosalie D Rudduck T/A Toowoomba Tai Chi for Health.
Strathpine is located in the Moreton Bay Region just north of Brisbane. Calala Hall is a lovely little hall with a sprung wooden floor nestled against the Four Mile Creek Peter Campbell Reserve in a quiet suburban area.
Rosalie Rudduck Phone: 0429 096 973 or 0499 290 910
Postal address: 96 Rudducks Rd, Derrymore Q 4352.
Email: [email protected]