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Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis


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*ALSO AVAILABLE as Online Streaming Video: Visit Dr Paul Lam Online Tai Chi Lessons (


Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis, Disabled

Six lessons with Dr Paul Lam
Duration: 85 mins.

We invite you to join Dr Lam on your journey to better health and well being. Become a student in his class in the comfort of your home as he guides you through each seated Tai Chi movement step-by-step.

This modified seated version of Tai Chi for Arthritis can be enjoyed by anyone wishing to practice Tai Chi sitting down. People with almost any chronic condition can learn to improve their health and mobility. This safe easy-to-learn program relieves pain and improves health and quality of life.

Health Professionals and carers using this program with people with disabilities can share quality time with them while improving their own health. It is suitable for people who are either unable to walk or are required to be seated, e.g. while in flight.

Dr Lam teaches this program as though you are participating in his class, demonstrating each movement step-by-step. Dr Lam goes through each lesson with you and explains how to incorporate the tai chi principles into your practice and daily life.

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  1. Outstanding Seated Tai Chi Video 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Jul 2017

    This amazing video is very detail oriented, even more so than the others. The time taken to explain in detail every nuance, especially the leg movements, was very beneficial in my teaching of Tai Chi for Arthritis. The care and precision that was taken to create and produce this video was beyond comparison. I have several of Dr. Lam's videos and although I enjoyed viewing them and learning from them, I think the Seated Tai Chi is my favorite. I know that several of my clients who are in wheel chairs and using walkers or have balance issues will enjoy and benefit from this video. Thank you for your care and concern in reaching so many people through your videos.

  2. Very helpful for teaching wheelchair bound participants 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Jun 2017

    I recently began teaching Tai Chi for Arthritis in a nursing facility and found that most participants needed to remain seated. The DVD for seated Tai Chi for Arthritis is helping me to teach more effectively. This is a great resource for me.

  3. improves health 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Mar 2017

    Good direction to help you understand the Tai Chi movements

  4. A Nice Alternative 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Dec 2016

    I ordered this DVD to experience the difference in seated and standing Tai Chi. When I'm doing Tai Chi with a group this will be especially helpful to guide those with a balance issue as a safe alternative to standing. Excellent.

  5. Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Nov 2016

    I found that the approach used is not as helpful as the approach used in the Tai Chi for Arthritis video. I think it is easier to follow when Dr. Lam faces the camera to show the hand movements first and then he turns his back to the camera so that it is easier to follow the movements.

  6. Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Nov 2016

    So thankful for this DVD. Meet with older folks once a month at this point to encourage socialization and optimal health. This video is helping me learn to think out of the box and to assist my elderly friends with their balance short comings. So greatful, thank you.

  7. Easy seated Tai Chi 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Nov 2016

    This is an excellent DVD for people who do not yet have the balance to practice standing Tai Chi.

  8. Seated Tai Chi is excellent for disabled students of Tai Chi for Arthritis 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Oct 2016

    I have had several students whon wished to learn Tai Chi but didn't have the physical capability to do it while standing. I introduced them to the seated Tai Chi dvd and received unanimous raves for its helpfulness. One student in particular had brain damage which made it difficult to process instructions. He had an assistant to help him and she used the disc to practice with him. Both he and his assistant stated with enthusiasm that the instrucrions worked fine for them. Another student had difficulty with her back and learned TCA at home. She then participated in class with comfort and a real sense of accomplishment. Three cheers for seated Tai Chi.

  9. highly recomend this. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Sep 2016

    This is a great program, can be
    beneficial to anyone. Just let it happen!

  10. a doable routine for a perosn in a wheelchair. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Jun 2016

    I swim a couple of times in a therapy pool but I wanted something I could do the other days of the week.This is it.I have rheumatoid arthitis and am in a wheel chair.This provides me with a gentle routine that promotes flexibility,core strenth and it is enjoyable too.

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