Tai Chi for Arthritis Part II - 6 Lessons with Dr Paul Lam
The sequel of Tai Chi for Arthritis with 9 new movements in both sides.
Duration: 2 Hours.
Over the last decade, the Tai Chi for Arthritis program has touched over one milllion lives. People with or without arthritis have gained better health and enjoyment from practising it.
Part 2 is ideal for those who have completed the original program and are looking for a more challenging course. Designed to learn as though you are attending Dr Lam's class, the 2009 edition teaches both sides of the Part 2 movements in an innovative format.
Combining over a decade of teaching and research experience, Dr. Lam incorporates the tai chi principles in his teaching to enhance your skill and deepen your understanding.
Posted by Deborah Ellis on 6th Feb 2017
I found that both Tai Chi for Arthritis and Arthritis 2 DVDs are a great asset for any leader. I use them to keep focus with my class demonstrations. Thank You
Posted by Veronica Dobie on 7th Dec 2016
This is a great follow on from Tai Chi for Arthritis it is really a great way to keep yourself on track and I enjoy it very much. It is very special for me as over the years my Rheumatoid Arthritis has improved and I put it down to Tai Chi for Arthritis. Do it every day and watch the results. Thank you Dr Lam.
Posted by Lin on 1st Jan 2016
I am only just learning Tai Chi and I am really enjoying it. I feel very relaxed and although I do not suffer badly from Arthritis I am feeling the benefit in my joints. Would recommend this DVD to anyone who is interested in Tai Chi. thank you for this lovely program.
Posted by Jen Perkins on 24th Dec 2015
I attend tai chi class once a week but having the tape at home for practice purposes is just excellent. One can repeat the moves till perfection is achieved.
Posted by Linda Lavarini on 2nd Jun 2015
The DVDs are clear and precise examples that teachers and participants find easy to follow.
Posted by francoise Kirkland on 1st Dec 2014
The product may be improved by split screen during the demonstration so the viewer can see front and back.
I find it difficult with only one view.
Otherwise it is excellent
Posted by Nicole Hunt on 15th Dec 2013
Within the dvds and Tai chi lessons you will be shown with ease how to preferm the sequences and movements. Dr. Lamb shows the movements in ways that are easy to understand and repeat. He shows each movement in repeatition so the movement and how to do them sink in and you will eventually remember the moves and the order in which they go.
I am vision impaired but still learnt the moves well and in the correct order. I am grateful for finding this great sources of movements to health.
Posted by Evelyn Endersby(travelling in W.A.) on 13th Jun 2013
I purchased this DVD for the group so they could learn Part 11 using a very excellent resource for their Tai Chi journey.They are very keen to continue, now they can benefit from the excellent method of Dr Pauls teaching.
Posted by Ian Walshe on 14th Nov 2012
Using the bulk order discount rate has encouraged twenty participants in my classes to purchase Dr Lam 's excellent TCA Part 2 DVD. The updated version of the DVD uses Dr Lam's wonderful teaching techniques to make learning easy. As well as explaining the mechanics of carrying out the TCA forms, Dr Lam is able to subtly deliver some of the philosophy and depth of Tai Chi. Many people will never be able to attend a TCA class by Dr Lam but the TCA DVD (Part Two) is a worthy substitute.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd May 2012
I am only a beginner but we all have to start somewhere so I have thoroughly enjoyed the DVD ‘Tai Chi for Arthritis’ by Dr Paul Lam, but there are times when I want more. I was so glad to see that a further DVD is now available ‘Tai Chi for Arthritis Part 11’. This DVD is wonderful, Dr Paul Lam is at his absolute best, he demonstrates some new and different warm ups and reiterates the previous forms, then he adds the 9 new movements to stretch yourself that bit further. The set is somewhat different initially, the forms are the same but they are presented in a different scenario. I loved doing the forms this new way, ‘old forms new ways’. It is nice to see that there is still room for initiative and it certainly kept my mind ticking over and my body happy.