Focus on Balance: Susan Welsh’s Therapeutic Tai Chi, Qigong, and Wellness Program
Saturday and Sunday, March 13, 14, 2021
9 am to 4:30 pm.
Live Online CEU Course
Approved for 12 CEU credits by the Louisiana Physical Therapy Board for PTs and PTAs.
This 12 hour, Online CEU course will teach you easy and gentle Tai Chi movements you can use right away to improve balance and prevent falls. The course focuses on balance and the application of Susan Welsh’s Tai Chi, Qigong, and Wellness Program to improving balance and fall prevention. Tai Chi practice improves balance and reduces falls in seniors. It also improves strength, endurance, posture, and resilience. Participants will learn basic Tai Chi movements that can be incorporated into clinical practice plus fall prevention, and wellness programs. It is the third course in Susan Welsh’s Therapeutic Tai Chi, Qigong, and Wellness Teacher Certification Program. Participants do not need to pursue teacher certification to take this course, and it may be taken without first attending the Introduction course.
Tai Chi is an easy and relaxing mind-body exercise that has been shown to improve balance and reduce the risk of falls. Tai Chi can also improve mental focus and other physical abilities like strength, mobility, coordination, and agility. Individuals who practice Tai Chi have demonstrated better mental focus, immune function, and sleep.
Tai Chi practice is restorative and can help you function at higher levels throughout life.
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10 Benefits of Tai Chi for Rehab:
- Improved balance
- Increased strength
- Better posture
- Increased agility
- More body awareness
- Improved reaction time
- Increased stress resilience
- Better sleep
- Improved immune function
- Improved mood & mental clarity
For more information, call, text, or email Dr. Susan Welsh: 504-458-9309 • email@example.com.
Teacher certification in Dr. Welsh’s Program is now available and includes attending 4 weekend courses plus mentoring and testing. Participants don’t need to pursue teacher certification to take courses, and all courses can be taken without first attending the Introduction course.