What’s New in 2019

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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 a cost effective and convenient way of learning when compared with sending individuals to a public workshop.

The only public workshops in 2019 will be offered to those participants who have completed Level One and Level Two. We will soon email previous participants to invite expressions of interest, and if we have sufficient numbers we will go ahead and schedule the required workshops. This opportunity for previous participants will be available only in 2019. People Those who are unable to attend this year may have the option of completing the program if their organisations book an onsite program.

As our focus is now on training participants to complete the entire Chair Chi Training program, existing Level One participants will need to complete Level 2 and Level 3. Level 2 participants will need to complete Level Three.


  1. Ann cook says

    I did your chair chi level 1 in May 2017 in Geelong. Does the certificate expire? Is it mandatory to do updated training. My work have realised it’s 2 years ago & want to know if I am still qualified.

  2. Hi Ann
    The certificate is an acknowledgement that you completed a one day work shop and there is no expiry date. It’s not mandatory to update training. Regarding qualification the certificate and completion of the one day workshop shows you are competent to present the skills you learned to residents.

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