CME CE

CEUL041180 - Course 2 Tai Chi Fundamentals Adapted Program Short Form Training

Offered By
Enhancing Balance

W249s6680 Center Dr
Waukesha, WI  53189  USA
  262.271.1061
  pat@enhancingbalance.com

Course Description:

The Tai Chi Fundamentals® Adapted Program
is an adaptable, accessible program for learning tai chi. Suitable for individuals with a wide range of abilities, it includes instruction in three versions: Standing with Optional Side Support, Walker Support and Seated. All program elements can be modified to accommodate individual needs.

Program Elements: All movements are taught in a motor development progression and have been modified for practice with optional side support, walker support and seated. All 3 versions include:

Basic Moves: a series of exercises that trains postural alignment, body mechanics and energetic components of tai chi. Designed as building blocks for learning tai chi, they are taught in a simple-to-complex progression with discrete, measurable increments in difficulty and have applications as assessment and intervention tools.

Tai Chi Fundamentals Short Form: a flowing sequence of tai chi movements based in Yang Style tai chi and adapted from the original Tai Chi Fundamentals® Form.

Mind/Body Skills Training: integrated into both Basic Moves and Short Form instruction, fosters attention and focus, a calm observant state of mind, awareness of posture and breathing and physical relaxation. Characteristic of all traditional tai chi practice, Mind/Body Skills training helps foster the cultivation of healthy qi or vital energy.

Development: in 2014 by Tricia Yu, MA based on need for a program that is easier to learn than the original TCF program and that includes modifications for standing with support and seated applications.

Course Dates To Be Offered:

Oct 11, 2019 to Oct 12, 2019 | Waukesha WI
Apr 24, 2020 to Apr 25, 2020 | Waukesha WI
Oct 16, 2020 to Oct 17, 2020 | Waukesha WI

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