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Current Courses

12 CEUs approved by VT and NY SED for PTs, NBCOT for OTs and COTAs, and BOC #P883 for ATCs.

Building Bone and Balance with Tai Chi $355

This twelve hour workshop integrates current eastern and western exercise strategies for treating people with low bone mass. Although Tai Chi is the second most-used exercise form in the world, most therapists know little about it. During this lab-intensive workshop, therapists will learn a 20-step modified Yang style of Tai Chi, as well as special Qi Gongs to improve balance, musculoskeletal strength, and energy. This course will also cover medical documentation, modifications for frailer seniors, wellness classes, and the current research on tai chi as a known intervention for improving balance and helping to improve bone quality.

At the conclusion of the lab course, participants will be able to:

  • perform a modified 20-step tai chi form
  • perform Qi Gong exercises for strength and balance
  • document tai chi intervention in the medical record
  • design skilled programs for people with osteoporosis using tai chi to improve bone quality and balance.
Credits

1.2 CEUs

Sept 18-19, 2015 Friday-Saturday Rochester, NH
Oct. 3-4, 2015 Saturday-Sunday Brattleboro area, VT
Nov. 7-8, 2015 Saturday-Sunday Westford, MA

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Building Bone and Balance with Tai Chi

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