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Tai Chi for Rehabilitation - 6 Lessons with Dr Lam

Free first lesson

Duration: 5 Hours.

We invite you to use this rejuvenating program to resore your health and continue to better health and wellness.  Dr Lam will guide you, step-by-step through each movement of Tai Chi for Rehabilitation as though you are in his class.

At the end of the DVD, Dr Lam demonstrates the entire set with both front-on and back-on views.

An Empowering Program
This is an ideal program to aid recovery from ill health.  Physical and occupational therapists may find it a useful tool for their patients/clients.  Dr Lam has combined his medical and tai chi  expertise to create a very effective therapetic tool.  Almost anyone can learn this program, to help recover from conditions including stoke, heart disease, injury, surgical procedure or tiredness and stress.  Tai chi for Rehabilitation will improve health and wellness after recovery. 

Self-management is most empowering to take better control of your health, or to empower their patients/clients to do so.

This program is part of a trilogy, the next step being Tai Chi for Energy, which will help you continue to build up strength and vitality.  Finally you can progress to the exciting Tai Chi for Energy Part 2, a challenging set to extend your tai chi abilities.

Tai Chi for Rehabilitation

  1. Dan Tian Qigong
  2. Commencement form
  3. Open Close
  4. Wave Hands left
  5. Open Close
  6. Harmonising Yin and Yang. left
  7. Open Close
  8. Harmonising Yin and Yang right
  9. Open Close
  10. Wave Hands right
  11. Open Close
  12. Closing Form

 FREE INTRODUCTION AND LESSON ONE

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  1. Background dark 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Dec 2018

    When playing the video, the background was darker than it should be. Maybe it is my TV. The information and the alternate positions was great to have demonstrated.

  2. Review 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Aug 2018

    Very helpful in getting started with tai chi.

  3. Excellent DVD 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Jul 2018

    Thank you for the Tai Chi for Rehabilitation DVD. I use harmonizing yin and yang as I teach classes. My students enjoy it.

  4. Tai Chi for Rehabilitation 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Jul 2018

    I bought this dvd for help in rehabilitation from leg wounds.Demonstrations are shown in both seated and standing positions. I am now doing the routines while seated, but plan on standing as my leg muscles strengthen.
    Dr. Lam starts by gently explaining that 'ups and downs, setbacks, and progress is the rhythm of life and nature'.
    As I began the movements to balance chi, I immediately noticed less physical pain.Anxiety transformed into calmness as the belief that, as Dr. Lam says, things are looking up took over.
    My doctors are very impressed with how quickly my wounds are healing after only a few weeks of treatment. Like many, I have no words to express the love and gratitude to Dr. Lam, his family, and staff for the work and teachings you share.

  5. Challenging but can be learned 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jun 2018

    I am now teaching Tai Chi for Rehabilitation for the first time. I have previously taught Tai Chi for Arthritis and Fall Prevention. I like the emphasis on dan tien breathing. The Wave Hands is different from the Arthritis version, and that has been a good challenge for my students. Harmonizing Yin and Yang is a good exercise in remembering which is my right and which is my left--something I sometimes have trouble with, much to my husband's amusement.

  6. Begin With This Form 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th May 2018

    a great form to begin your Tai chi journey. seated or standing gently connects all parts of the body at any age

  7. One of Dr. Lam's best! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Nov 2017

    This is a wonderful DVD for everyone. The form is short and easier to learn than his other forms, making it ideal for even those with health problems. Besides the essentials of the form, Dr. Lam includes a great deal of information that encompasses skills used in all tai chi for health forms. I highly recommend this DVD to all my students to use on a regular basis. Thank you, Dr. Lam.

  8. Great Instruction 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th May 2017

    Energizing, yet easy enough for a person in some form of recovery or rehab to learn, as long as it is presented slowly. Have introduced it to some folks in my classes with great success. They have reported that it has helped their flexibility and relaxation, especially when they practice the dan tian breathing! Can easily be broken down into a several week session for folks recovering from medical issues of some kind.

  9. good product for better health 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Feb 2017

    Dr. Lam dvds have always been some of the best. To get and feel better, all we have to do is watch and practice. M.S.

  10. Rehabilitation 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Nov 2016

    I have been taking Tai Chi for Energy from several instructors at the YMCA around the TwinCities area. One happened to remark that Tai Chi for Rehabilitation was an introduction to Energy, a trilogy including Energy 1 and 2, and she included this as a prelude to Energy. I bought one and was surprised that no other instructor included this short sequence. Although breathing has been emphasized none has giving much instruction in this part of all the Tai Chi practices. I have always had trouble with seemingly simple feature. Right off the bat your instruction in clarifying the dan tian breathing method was extremely helpful and this was only the first lesson! Harmonizing Yin and Yang has had a new dimension to my ongoing practice!

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