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    [2004.01.13.] - ISMH - News category: General
    First time in continental Europe: Workshop Ai Chi by Jun Konno
    Saturday, May 8th, 2004
    Rehabilitation Clinic Valens (Bad Ragaz), Switzerland

    Description:
    Ai Chi, a combination of T’ai Chi, Shiatsu and Watsu, is an excellent continuation of the Halliwick balance activities. In general it is done in groups, using music to enhance relaxation in combination with breath control and balance. It is another way to work with groups of patients, which is recognized not only in Japan but also in e.g. the USA and Brazil. For the first time in continental Europe, Mr. Konno will teach an Ai Chi workshop.

    This workshop will provide in-depth instruction in the use of Ai-Chi techniques in a clinical setting for orthopedic, neurological and rheumatic impairments. The emphasis will be on extensive instruction and practice time in the pool.

    Objectives:
    At the completion of this module participants will be able to:
    - Understand the physiological immersion effects on relaxation and their therapeutic applications
    - Ai Chi techniques in a clinical setting for patients with orthopedic, neurological and/or rheumatic impairments
    - Follow the simple Ai Chi progression, the Wall Ai Chi, Ai Chi Ne and be introduced to the concepts of moving with nature.
    - Experience the trunk stability movements with guidelines on proper pelvic mechanics during Ai Chi

    Jun Konno Creator of Ai Chi, is one of Japan's a foremost swimming coaches and fitness consultants and the President of Aqua Dynamics Institute (Japanese chapter of AEA/ATRI). Since 1986, he has worked to promote aquatics in Japan and is Chairman of the Executive Committee for Japan's National Aquatic Conference and Japan Aquatic Therapy Symposium.

    Programme:
    09.00 – 10.00 Theory
    10.00 – 10.30 Break
    10.30 – 12.30 Demonstration by Jun Konno
    Basic Ai Chi
    12.30 – 13.30 Break
    13.30 – 14.30 Ai Chi Ne
    14.30 – 15.00 Demonstration with patients
    15.00 – 15.30 Break
    15.30 – 17.30 Wall Ai Chi and Slow Expression

    Tuition: CHF 230

    Information and subscription:
    Postgraduate Study Centre Valens, Rehabilitation Clinic, CH-7317 Valens, affiliated to the Bad Ragaz Medical Centre. Information: Mrs. Gabriela Dürig.
    Email: info@study-valens.ch
    Telephone: +41 81 303 1408
    Fax: +41 81 303 1410
    Website: www.study-valens.ch (also for information about the Aquatic Therapy Course Package, April 27 – May 7, 2004.)

    Supplementary information:
    - The workshop will be given in English with additional translation in German
    - Participants shall receive a certification as Ai Chi instructor
    - A lunch and beverages are included

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