As Tai Chi grows in popularity, teachers with professional training are in demand. This course is also recommended for those wanting to enhance their personal practice.
This is part 2/3 of the Training Certification Course. If you have not taken part 1, please go back and take part 1/3 Udemy course.
To become a Tai Chi Instructor, you are required to take all three parts of this Home Study course. The training manual will guide you to complete the course. Once you have completed all three parts of the course, you will be eligible to take the test to become certified. The test can either be in Person at Dr. Kuhn's School in Sarasota, Florida, or you may schedule an appointment with Dr. Kuhn via Skype, or by sending a video of you performing the Tai Chi form, Tai Chi Basics, and 4 types of Tai Chi Walking, all learned from the course.
Dr. Kuhns Contact Information is included in the curriculum.
Part 2 of Tai Chi Training Manual
You Will Learn:
Difference between Tai Chi and Qi Gong
Fundamental Principles of Tai Chi Practice
Requirements for Tai Chi Practice
Qualities of Good Practitioner and Instructor
Use Tai Chi for Self-Healing
How to avoid Injuries
Precautions for Practice
How to guide people in their learning of Chinese Exercise
Warm up Exercise 2
Warm Up Exercise 3
Tai Chi 13 Basic Movements
Yang Style Tai Chi 24 Steps, movements 1 to 12, step by step learning
Bonus Video: Qi Gong for Back Pain