CLOSED: Student Continuing Education Course: Mindful Movement (Rehabilitative QiGong and Tai Chi) for PT/OT Practice
Calling all Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Students, Physical Therapist Assistants, Physical Therapist Assistant Students, Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapist Students, Certified Occupational Therapist Assistants, and Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant Students. No prior QiGong and Tai Chi experience needed. This course meets the continuing education standards of Colorado category I, 8 CCU’s. Predominantly hands on with interspersed lecture.
Surrender to the joyful peace of enhanced balance that instituting Mindful Movement can have on your patients and practice!
Mindful Movement (Rehabilitative QiGong and Tai Chi) for PT/OT Practice will provide clinicians with the skills and science behind mindful movement and its impact on balance enhancement in patients and personal practice.
Clinicians will understand what mindful movement is and how current research supports its use within the PT/OT world.
Clinicians will be able to demonstrate the tools (gestures) and the way (principles) to enhance balance through Rehabilitative QiGong and Tai Chi
Clinicians will have the opportunity to learn how to direct energy toward better healing using self-massage, reflexology, and tracing.
Successful completion of this course through group practicum and multiple choice exam.
Dr. Shallyn MacDonald PT DPT FAAOMPT is a certified Rehabilitative QiGong and Tai Chi Practitioner with Specialist Training in Balance Enhancement through the Institute for Rehabilitative QiGong and Tai Chi. She has been practicing PT for 18 years in the Colorado Springs area with a passion for hands on [w]holistic practice treating the root cause of neuromusculoskeletal impairment.
When: June 1, 2019
Where: Regis University, Claver Hall, Rm 409 3333 Regis Blvd, Denver CO 80221
Time: 8am - 5pm
Other information: Licensed/Certified Clinicians: $300, Students: $100