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Clinical Tai Chi: System of Balance: Level 1

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  • 2. Evidence Based Clinical Tai Chi
  • Lecture Evidence-based Clinical Tai Chi
  • Tai Chi for Physiotherapy Practice (Dr. Mirella Veras)
  • An Evidence map of the effects of Tai Chi on health outcomes
  • Tai Chi for preventing falls in older adults
  • Health benefits of Tai Chi: What is the evidence?
  • Tai Chi improves brain metabolism and function
  • Tai Chi Benefits for Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis
  • Tai Chi for preventing falls in older adults
  • Tai chi efficacy and safety for Parkinson's disease
  • Tai Chi effect and Brain function
  • Feedback
  • 3. History and Philosophy of Tai Chi
  • Introduction for History & Philosophy of Clinical Tai Chi System of Balance
  • History, Tai Chi styles and Philosophy Lecture
  • Quiz 1: History of Tai Chi
  • Feedback
  • 4. Principals and Fundamentals of Clinical Tai Chi
  • 1. Breathing
  • 2. Balance
  • 3.Concentration, 4. Earthing and 5. Flow
  • 6. Posture, 7. Visualization and 8. Weight transfer
  • The Aerobic Capacity and Ventilatory Efficiency During Exercise in Qigong and Tai Chi Chuan Practitioners
  • 2. Quiz
  • Feedback
  • 5. Clinical Tai Chi System of Balance Exercises: Upper body
  • Dan Tian Breathing
  • Centralization Exercise
  • Centralization Exercise in a Chair
  • Cloudy Hands
  • Cloudy Hands in a chair
  • Bird flying in the spring
  • Waving hands
  • Opening and closing hands
  • High and Low Tide
  • High and Low Tide Exercise exercise sheet
  • Stop Sign Neck Lateral Flexion and Nerve Mobilization
  • Stop Sign Neck Lateral Flexion and Nerve Mobilization in a chair
  • Needle Neck Lateral Flexion and Nerve Mobilization
  • Needle Neck Lateral Flexion and Nerve Mobilization In a Chair
  • Strong Tiger
  • Hungry Bear Coming Out of Hibernation
  • Push in and out
  • Upper back -Front and back semi circle
  • Chin Tuck and Nerve Mobilization
  • Feedback
  • 6. Clinical Tai Chi System of Balance Exercises: Lower body
  • Ankle Plantar Flexion and Dorsiflexion Standing
  • Ankle Plantar flexion and Dorsiflexon Exercise with Balance Support
  • Ankle Eversion and Inversion
  • Half Moon Foot
  • Hip Circle
  • Hip Flying Bird
  • Hip Flying Bird with a chair
  • Single Leg Hip Flexion, Abduction & Adduction
  • Marching and Punching Standing on One Leg
  • Marching and Punching in a Chair
  • Spine Twist in Low Stance
  • Kick Knee Standing on One Leg
  • Kick Knee Standing on one Leg with Balance Support
  • Kick Knee in a Chair
  • Prayer Wheel
  • Crane Standing on One Leg
  • 3. Quiz
  • Feedback
  • 7. Level 1 Clinical Tai Chi System of Balance Postures Sequence (Short)
  • How to Perform Clinical Tai Chi Exercises
  • 1. CP Left side Long Posture
  • Posture 2
  • Posture 3
  • Posture 5
  • Complete Sequence of 14 Postures Level 1 Short version
  • Clinical Tai Chi System of Balance_Instructor Manual Level 1 (Short sequence)
  • Feedback
  • 8. Level 1 Clinical Tai Chi System of Balance Postures Sequence (Long)
  • Posture 1 Long
  • LTC Right Posture Long
  • Postures 1 and 2
  • Posture OC Long
  • Postures 3 and 4
  • Posture SW Left Long
  • SW Right Long Posture
  • LH Left Long Posture
  • SW L plus LH Left Postures Long
  • SW R plus LH Right Postures Long
  • WHLC Right Posture Long
  • WHLC Left Posture Long
  • Postures 1 to 17 Long
  • HLT Posture Long
  • CT Long Posture
  • 24 Postures System of Balance Level 1 LONG
  • 9. Clinical Case Studies
  • Case Study 1
  • Case Study 2
  • Case Study 3
  • Feedback
  • Clinical Tai Chi exercise for acute and chronic neck pain
  • 10. Clinical Tai Chi System of Balance: Clothes and Shoes
  • Resource: Clothes and Shoes in Clinical Tai Chi System of Balance
  • Feedback
  • 11. Safety
  • Safety in Clinical Tai Chi
  • How to safely help someone get up after a fall
  • Feedback
  • 12. Outcome measures
  • Falls and Balance Assessment Tools
  • Falls Risk Assessment Tool
  • Balance assessment 2
  • Balance assessment 3
  • Balance assessment 3 modified
  • Balance assessment 4
  • Balance assessment 5
  • Balance assessment 6
  • Balance assessment 7
  • Balance assessment 8
  • Feedback
  • 13. Infection Control and Prevention
  • Infection Prevention and Control
  • Feedback
  • 14. Resources, Advertising and Network
  • Network and Website
  • Congratulations for completing the Level 1 Clinical Tai Chi
  • Clinical Tai Chi System of Balance Level II information coming soon
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