Tai Chi for Arthritis Leader Training

This course enables participants to learn how to safely and effectively conduct Tai Chi for Arthritis (TCA) classes for people with musculoskeletal conditions and covers the first TCA movements.

Audience

Health professionals, human movement and sports science graduates, fitness instructors, Tai Chi teachers and advanced Tai Chi students.

People without a formal qualification in health or exercise who have current and comprehensive experience in conducting exercise classes under the supervision of a relevant health or exercise professional are encouraged to contact MOVE muscle, bone & joint health to discuss their eligibility.

All participants are required to complete some independent practice of the TCA program prior to attending the course.

Please note: Registrations close two weeks prior to commencement date.

When

  • Saturday 13 – Sunday 14 May 2017
  • Saturday 19 – Sunday 20 August 2017
  • Saturday 11 – Sunday 12 November 2017   

Where

MOVE muscle, bone & joint health 
263-265 Kooyong Road, Elsternwick Vic 3185

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Cost

  • MOVE muscle, bone & joint health member
    $457 
  • Non member
    $506  
  • MOVE peer support group
    $390
All prices are inclusive of GST.

Certification

Participants receive a TCA leader certificate and a Dr Paul Lam certificate which are valid for two years. Professional development points are awarded by Physical Activity Australia (3 PDP) for the completion of this course.

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Further information and registrations

Project Officer - Health Promotion
Phone 03 8531 8045 or 1800 263 265 (toll free)

Please note: Applications must be received three weeks prior to the course commencing.

Move - muscle, bone and joint health, the new voice of Arthritis Victoria

Welcome to MOVE muscle, bone & joint health, the new voice of Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria.

We may have a new name but since 1968 we have been the leading provider of supported solutions and trusted knowledge to the one-in-three Australians who live with these conditions.

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