Dementia: Filling the Day With Meaning

In this clip Teepa Snow discusses and provides examples of how a person with dementia in an aged care facility can ‘fill the day with meaning’. This is an approach that covers four categories – Productive – Leisure (passive or active) – Self Care – Rest and restoration. These four categories are a handy template […]

Brain Practice

One way to help improve your performance when practicing physical skills such as sport, music, etc is to visualise the skills taught. In other words “practice in your brain”. Here’s a very good short TED Ed clip on ‘How To Practice Effectively … for just about anything‘ by Annie Bosler and Don Greene. They suggest […]

What’s New in 2019

Here’s the latest information about our workshops for 2019 and an update for previous participants. Both our complete Chair Chi Training Program and our Ease Pain the Chi Way workshop have been reviewed, revised and enhanced in 2019. Our focus for this year will be on delivering onsite workshops for aged care organisations. which is […]

“AHA!”

Even though I’ve run over 1200 chair chi workshops in six years in the aged care sector I’m still experiencing ‘aha’ moments when teaching Chair Chi to residents of all levels of care. The other day I was teaching a group of residents and two were not responding to my instructions and movements. For some […]

The Big 4: Pain – Sleep – Anxiety – Depression

About our Chair Chi Program, workshops for everyone in the Aged Care Sector, teaching you how to deal with The Big 4 from a Tai Chi perspective using practical skills and strategies.