Date(s) - 10/11/2019 - 10/12/2019
11:00 am - 4:30 pm
Dreams Life & Wellness Center
Prerequisite: proficiency in elements taught in TCF Adapted Program Training Course One
Participants review Optional Side Support, Walker Support and Seated Versions of all Basic Moves and TCF Short Form Part 1, and learn all three versions of TCF Short Form Parts 2 and 3. Course includes Mind/body Skills training, partner teaching practicums, TCF applications for specific populations and training in sensing qi. The course includes program applications for wellness and rehab settings.
A Certificate of Completion is awarded to participants who have attended both days and have demonstrated ability to teach program elements. This course also qualifies as partial contact hours fulfillment for TCF Instructor Certification.
1) Learn Basic Moves and Short Form, Optional Side Support, Walker Support and Seated versions.
2) Teach Basic Moves and Short Form for all versions. 3) Describe TCF’s rationale, biomechanics & functional benefits.
4) Lead Centering, Breathing and Posture Awareness exercises
5) Apply Sequence for introducing Mind/body Skills
Balance dysfunction, orthopedic and neurological rehabilitation, pain management, sports cross training, cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, medically complex, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and special populations. Use in hospitals, sub-acute, outpatient clinics, and home care. Teach groups of all ages, abilities and fitness levels in community wellness classes, health clubs, tai chi & martial arts schools, senior centers and long term care facilities.
Anyone interested in learning the program for personal use, or wanting to teach tai chi. Physical and occupational therapists, PTAs, COTAs, nurses, activity directors, recreational and fitness professionals, tai chi and other martial arts Instructors, acupuncturists and integrative health practitioners.
Approved for 12 CEUS by Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association.
Friday 11:00am – 6:30pm
Saturday 9:00am – 4:30pm