Introduction to Clinical Tai Chi System of Balance

Background

Liveby Tai Chi (System of Balance) is a unique and innovative tai chi method that incorporates balance exercises and postures from different tai chi styles, Pilates, and Yoga that are adapted with the physiotherapy, medical knowledge, and scientific principles to be used in rehabilitation and wellness. 

The system of balance works the static and dynamic balance. The balance training at all levels is a useful intervention in the rehabilitation of postural stability impairment as well as in training to improve performance.  The Liveby Tai Chi “System of Balance” method, incorporates concepts of an evidence-based approach called Sensory Training (STM), which is defined as a progressive balance training program where the dose and progression of the balance challenges are taken into consideration.

Participants in our System of Balance tai chi classes love our unique method of teaching tai chi with body-mind exercises, balance, breathing, and tai chi postures and movements that are easy to learn and remember. Because everything is easier with balance!

Relevance for your practice

This is an introductory course about the Tai Clinical Tai Chi System of Balance. In this course you will learn the history and evidence based of Clinical Tai Chi. You will learn some upper and lower body exercises for using in Clinical Tai Chi individual or group exercises.

The course content can be applied in different settings, such as private clinics, hospitals, long term care facilities, wellness centers, and community health centers. The system of balance works the static and dynamic balance.

The Liveby Tai Chi “System of Balance” method, incorporates concepts of an evidence-based approach called Sensory Training (STM), which is defined as a progressive balance training program where the dose and progression of the balance challenges are taken into consideration.  For the introduction course you will learn some exercises for beginners.  

​Audience

This is an introductory course relevant to all health care professionals who want to learn more about  an innovative approach for treating patients with musculoskeletal and chronic conditions and have an interest in learning about the balance system based on tai chi principles.  Physiotherapists, occupational therapists, kinesiologists, recreation therapists, nurses, rehab assistants, fitness instructors, and physicians can particularly benefit from taking this course.

Learning objective

  • Knowledge of the current evidence-based approach of tai chi for improving mobility and pain.

  • Tai Chi History

  • Learning basic Tai Chi exercises and how to incorporate them into clinical practice for individuals and groups.

What's included:

  • Certification of completion. 

  • Clinical Tai Chi exercises to apply to your practice

Investment: $ 60,00