Chi Principles: A System of Balance for Health Professionals
Evidence-based Tai Chi course developed especially for health professionals
Date: May 04, 2019
Hours: 09:00 am to 4:30 pm
Local: TBD, Halifax, NS
There is a growing interest in the effectiveness of Tai Chi for improving balance, coordination, pain and mental health status. Tai Chi is an ancient physical activity in which several studies have demonstrated that it is an effective, evidence-based exercise in reducing pain related to chronic conditions and prevention of falls through improving balance, flexibility and muscle strength
This is an introductory one day course designed to be of interest and practical use for Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Rehab Assistants, Fitness instructors and Kinesiologists.
This course will offer an innovative approach based on a system of balance where the principles of Tai Chi can be applied to your clinical practice.
The course is a combination of theory and demonstration with small group practice of Tai Chi movements and postures. Course content can be applied in different practice settings such as private clinics, hospitals, long term care centres, wellness centres and community health centres.
- Knowledge of current evidence-based approach of Tai Chi for improving mobility and pain.
- Knowledge of assessment and outcome measures for participation in Tai Chi for improving balance, mobility and chronic pain.
- Learning the principles of Tai Chi and how to incorporate them into clinical practice for individuals and groups.
content of this course would be relevant to all health professionals who wants to start an innovative approach for treating patients with musculoskeletal and chronic conditions and have
an interest in learning about the balance system based on the Tai Chi principles.
LIMITED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
Maureen Eagle Aalders, PT
Dr. Mirella Veras, PT, PhD
Register before Regular Course Price:
Until April 01, 2019 after April 01, 2019 $ 249,00
for early bird pricing $ 225.00
Tai Chi Brochure for download