Chi Me


Introducing Chi Me

From Lifedock, accredited by OCNNI

Train your staff, volunteers or yourself in the art of Chi Me…
This easy to learn and effective programme will provide all the skills needed to lead groups of older people or those with health issues in a Chi Me session. Chi Me is a series of Tai Chi influenced exercises that will equip course participants with the skills necesarry to lead group sessions and also enable them to gain benefits by applying the techniques as individuals.  This programme also includes specific exercises which may aid in Falls Prevention.

Chi Me can help improve:
Muscular strength, balance, co-ordination, flexibility and relaxation. There is also growing evidence* that Tai Chi can improve conditions associated with:
•    Diabetes
•    Breast cancer
•    Heart disease
•    Heart failure
•    Low bone density
•    Parkinson’s disease
•    Stroke
•    Hypertension
•    Sleep problems

As well as the numerous benefits that Chi Me can bring, it also creates a wonderful sense of wellbeing and can  improve quality of life.  Chi Me can be easily adapted for anyone, from the most fit to those confined to wheelchairs. People with learning difficulties, depression and those recovering from surgery will also gain benefits.

*Harvard Medical School, May 2006

Training for the real world