Looking after yourself: Self-care the key to reducing professional burnout

After a challenging and unpredictable year, it is more important than ever that we practice self-care and look after our wellbeing. Incorporating self-care strategies into your everyday life can benefit your health in both personal and professional settings. Professionally, self-care can help you focus, increase productivity, and makes you more resilient to the stressors around you.

Join Injury Matters for the ‘Looking after yourself: Self-care the key to reducing professional burnout workshop’. The self-care workshop is for the health and community services workforce and provides a pro-active approach to equip you with the tools you need to ensure your own mental health and wellbeing. The workshop will be facilitated by Clare Robbins and Adriana Evans from Injury Matters, Road Trauma Support WA.

Tai Chi for Arthritis and Falls Prevention Instructor Training

Would you like to deliver Tai Chi for Arthritis to older adults?

Tai Chi for Arthritis is a program designed by Dr Paul Lam and a team of medical specialists and Tai Chi experts. Based on the Sun style of Tai Chi, Tai Chi for Arthritis Prevention is easy to learn, effective and safe. Tai Chi for Arthritis is an evidence-based program which works to prevent falls through improving balance, confidence and muscular strength in older adults.

During the workshop you will:

  • Develop knowledge and skill around the principles and forms of Tai Chi
  • Develop knowledge of how Tai Chi helps to improve health and arthritis and reduce the risk of falls.
  • Learn the Tai Chi for Arthritis set
  • Learn how to teach the program effectively and safely using Dr Lam’s stepwise progressive teaching methods.

Previous attendees of Tai Chi for Arthritis will have the opportunity to update their two-yearly certification by attending day two of the course on Friday 12th February.

Dates
Wednesday 10th February and Friday 12th February 2021
9.00am-5.00pm
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided

Fees
Tai Chi for Arthritis course- 2 day course- $220 (GST Inclusive)
Cost includes the book ‘Teaching Tai Chi Effectively’
Tai Chi for Arthritis Certificate update only- 1 day course- $110 (GST inclusive)

Participants who wish to qualify as a Tai Chi Instructor with Dr Paul Lam’s Tai Chi for Health Institute must meet certain requirements. Interested participants will need to register to become a board-certified instructor and pay an administrative fee of $25.

Venue:
Tomasi Room, Bendat Parent and Community Centre, 36 Dodd Street, Wembley.

Who is eligible to attend this training?
Everyone is welcome to attend the training, however only participants with relevant qualifications are eligible for certification as an instructor. Full details on the requirements for instructors certification can be found here.