27th – 28th February 2021
Linda Arksey Master Trainer for this Tai Chi Program
Venue: London Road Community Hospital, Derby.
Trainer – Linda Arksey
Linda has taught Tai Chi and Qigong for over 35 years and is a Tai Chi Master having taught worldwide. An award winner of HRH The Prince of Wales Award for Integrated Approaches to Care 2017 using Tai Chi. Linda now dedicates and shares her knowledge of Tai Chi and Qigong for the benefit of others.
- In this workshop you will learn the movements called the Baduanjin.
- It is a low-cost activity that does not require equipment, it can be done anywhere, at any time, and the movements are easy to learn.
- There are many articles and research papers on the effectiveness of this traditional Chinese Qigong-Baduanjin exercise.
- You do not need to learn these movements prior to the workshop, as this is mainly practical.
- The purpose of the workshop is to enable you to incorporate these exercises appropriately within your clinical or exercise environment. You will learn how to teach these movements safely and adapt appropriately for your participants.
- It can also be incorporated into a rehabilitation environment as part of an existing treatment plan. Similarly, because of its simplicity, certain aspects of this Qigong program can also be prescribed to patients as a self-care/home activity.
- There will be an introduction to Medical Qigong and the history.
- An appropriate and relevant association with Anatomy, Physiology and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
- Practical learning of the eight movements.
- Demonstrating these eight movements.
- Discussion about teaching methods and teaching safely.
- Practical adaptations for teaching safely.
- Each participant will understand the movements and how the Baduanjin can be an effective exercise in healthcare.
- You will develop how to deliver this set of movements safely to your participants.
- This will be a good introduction to Qigong and a foundation to other Medical Qigong and Tai Chi exercises.
- Workshop participants will be expected to participate in group discussions.
- Discussion led modules are designed to challenge participants to think about the key information for that topic.
- Practical modules are designed for the participant to learn and improve their skills to a safe level of competency.
- Evaluation will be throughout the two-day workshop.
What to wear?
Please wear flat trainer style shoes that are suitable for exercise. There are many reasons as to why Qigong is always performed in shoes which will be discussed in the safety module.
As there will be practical and theory sessions it is important to wear comfortable layered clothing.
CPD: 14 hours
Fee: £210 (including refreshments)
Limited funded places may be available for AHP’s and Nurses working for the NHS within the East Midlands