Tai Chi for Energy Instructor Training
with Master Trainers Becky Rahe and Julie Oberhaus
August 5-6, 2017
Toledo, Ohio

To Register: https://taichiforhealthinstitute.org/workshops/workshop/?workshop_id=4071

Tai Chi for Energy Instructor Training
with Master Trainer Julie Oberhaus
August 26-27, 2017
Shelburne Falls, MA

To Register: https://taichiforhealthinstitute.org/workshops/workshop/?workshop_id=4217

Anyone can benefit from coming to this workshop.  You will enjoy learning this short but beautiful set of tai chi with two powerful styles.  With regular practice, you will gain inner strength, stronger muscles, and stronger Qi relatively quickly.  You will be able to develop complexity and stronger Jing (force) from learning this program.

Tai Chi for Energy is especially useful for people who have learned one or more of the Tai Chi for Health programs.

You can be certified to teach this program if you have met the requirements.

You can update any of your Tai Chi for Health Instructor Certifications at this workshop; including, but not limited to, Tai Chi for Arthritis, Seated Tai Chi, Tai Chi for Diabetes, Tai Chi for Backpain, Tai Chi for Kids, and Tai Chi for Energy.   If you have any questions on how to update an Instructor Certification, please contact the Local Coordinator Julie Oberhaus : DancingCrane8@gmail.com

Reasons to Come

  • Learn an exciting tai chi program that is suitable for a wide range of people
  • Be certified to teach (if you have met the requirements)
  • Learn how to teach tai chi effectively
  • Work with Dr Lam and his master trainers
  • Improve your understanding of essential tai chi principles
  • Enjoy exploring the inner meaning and deeper insights of tai chi
  • Discover the Sun style's inner energy
  • Understand the mysterious spiral (Chan suu jing) force

How Does Tai Chi Work?

An effective exercise for health should improve muscular strength, flexibility, and fitness. Tai Chi is proven to do all of these and more.  Additional effects include improved relaxation, balance, posture, and immunity.

Studies have shown that the Tai Chi for Health programs relieve pain, improve physical function, strengthen muscles, improve quality of life and balance and prevent falls.

What to wear?

Wear loose comfortable clothing with flat shoes

What is Tai Chi?

Tai chi originated in ancient China; it improves health and wellness and is practised throughout the world. There are many forms of tai chi with significant differences to each other. Each form and style has its own special features. Tai Chi for Energy is designed so that almost anyone can learn it easily.

What is Tai Chi for Energy?

This program consists of two different tai chi styles.  Chen style tai chi is vigorous and 

sophisticated, containing fast and slow movements along with powerful spiral force.  

Sun style includes a unique qigong (life energy) along with agile steps. 

These two seemingly contrasting styles of tai chi have complementary internal energy.  Using his deep understanding of tai chi principles and with over 30 years of experience, Dr Lam carefully composed the Tai Chi for Energy set by combining both styles to bring you greater synergy.

With regular practice and in a relatively short period of time, you will achieve better health and wellness, more internal energy and an improved ability to manage stress.

The program contains warm up and cool down exercises and 16 movements.

Dr. Paul Lam

Dr Paul Lam, a family physician in Sydney, Australia, is a world leader in the field of tai chi for health improvement.

Dr Lam has been studying tai chi for over 30 years. He is proficient in different styles and has trained many gold medal winners of international tai chi competitions.

Dr Lam has created several Tai Chi for Health programs that have improved millions of people's health. He has trained thousands of instructors and written several tai chi educational books.

Requirements

Anyone is welcome but to be certified as an instructor, suitable qualifications are listed below

  • Physical therapists or physiotherapists
  • Tai Chi teachers or advanced students
  • Exercise instructors
  • Other similar professionals

Participants will receive either an attendance or instructor/leader’s certificate.



© Julie M. Oberhaus 2014