Tai Chi Moving for Better Balance Home Study Materials

Tai Chi Moving for Better Balance Instructor Guide and DVD NEW: Instructor guidebook with Parkinson’s protocol & DVD The  Tai Chi Moving for Better Balance Instructor’s Guide and DVD provide the detailed information you need to plan a program (including a protocol for Parkinson’s) and weekly classes: How to plan a weeks class and practice […]

Ancient Healing: Cutting Edge Care

Laddie Sacharko and Starfarm Tai Chi & Qigong Search Center are very pleased to announce a new 6 CCE Live Seminar series with Cross Country Education! Use an Ancient Healing Technique to Provide Cutting Edge Care Features CDC’s Tai Chi Moving for Better Balance. PTCHIHAB-0916-1  Registration/Information In this lab–intensive seminar, Master Trainer Laddie Sacharko shows […]

Evidence Based Mind-Body Practices and the Physical Therapist

Extending the Continuum of Care with Tai Chi & Qigong  Two Options for Credit Evidence based prevention, wellness, and therapy. In this one day physical therapy continuing education course, participants will learn the basic set of evidence based Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance movements, a teaching protocol, and a method for planning/analyzing fidelity of […]

Corporate, Community, and Wellness Classes

Corporate/company wellness tai chi & qigong classes, community recreation tai chi classes, and tai chi classes for senior centers, as well as semi-private and private tai chi classes in CT are available and affordable from Starfarm Tai Chi & Qigong Search Center’s chief instructor Laddie Sacharko and his teaching assistants. Tai Chi Classes in CT […]

New Guidelines for Preventing Falls in the Elderly Include: Start Tai Chi, Cut-Back on Meds

“We found that the most effective trials for preventing falls in older people looked at multiple interventions rather than just one; previous studies have indicated that it is more effective to focus on one intervention, but because we looked at not only what recommendations were given, but also which carried out, we’re confident that multifactorial interventions is the best course of action,” said Tinetti.