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Here's our new Aged Care & Disability Chair Chi Training video clip that members may be interested in.
It's a short clip of 4'50 duration and covers the workshop in action and interviews with staff and residents and myself at Bupa Donvale aged care here in Melbourne, Australia.
We currently run training programs for staff, carers and volunteers in aged care centres throughout Australia.
I'd be interested to read any feedback you may have to offer.…
The expression ‘enter the gate’ is used in Tai Chi to denote the start of a journey. As you progress you arrive at many other gates that hopefully are the entrances to higher skill levels.
I sometimes wonder about those who enter the Appreciative Inquiry gate and where they will end up. Will the first path of their journey lead them to the:
She stood there in the middle of the gym, disengaged, as the other fifty grade 5 and 6 students swirled around her.
I tried to encourage her to join in with this organised chaos but she wasn’t interested. Her 10-year old body and tense brow indicated she wanted to be elsewhere.
I was puzzled. It was the fourth session of my ‘Pozitive Kidz are happy kidz’ program and she was still disengaged.
The theme for these workshops was on building self esteem from a Tai Chi…Continue