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There is a growing interest in the effectiveness of tai chi for improving balance, coordination, pain and mental health status. Several studies have demonstrated that tai chi, an ancient physical activity, is an effective, evidence-based exercise that reduces pain related to chronic conditions, and aids in fall prevention through improving balance, flexibility and muscle strength.

Tai Chi Instructor Level 1

Clinical Tai Chi Principles: System of Balance Level 1

Date: February 13, 2021

Hours: 09:00 am to 5:00 pm

January 13, 2021, for the online component.  It will be open and you will do on your time)

Local: Bedford, NS

This combines online and in-person training. One day in-person course designed to be relevant to all health care professionals who want 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 Tai chi principles...

 

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Tai Chi Introduction

Introduction to Clinical Tai Chi System of Balance

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.

 

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Tai Chi Instructor Level 2

Clinical Tai Chi: System of Balance: Level 1 ONLINE

Level 1 online has the same structure of the in-person instructor training. 

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