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TAI CHI SYNERGY SERVICES

Basic Postural Education and Treatment. Call +65 94312135

The self-treatment will mobilise the stiff and often immobile thoracic spine and lower back, alleviate headaches, aches and pains and ultimately improve performance. The process involved postural assessment in 3 planes (saggital, frontal and transverse) and techniques (3 ilterations) of treatment; these may involve some corrective exercises and soft tissue work.

The rack can be purchased and is specifically designed to achieve mobility (Refer to http://taichihealthfitness.blogspot.com/ for the full descriptions and purchases).

■ It allows you to stretch the anterior muscles of the chest and shoulders that are deemed short and often inflexible due to poor posture.

■ It mobilises the thoracic spine, increasing your ability to extend and rotate through this important area.

■ Mobilising the thoracic region helps increase the available movement in the shoulder and pelvic region, allowing us to move more freely and efficiently.

■ Serves as treatment equipment and later as fitness equipment during the maintenance phasse. Enhance quality of life over life cycle

Many good results and testimontials have been received from Sedentary adults, Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi practioners / instructors, cyclists, runners, swimmers, golfers, tennis players, badminton players, dancers, scoliosis clients, clients with low back pain / hand numbness / nerves impingement etc.

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Friday, March 7, 2014

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

LTAW2013 50km Fun Brisk Walk on 14 Dec 2013

Start at 7:30am (Hong Lim Park), 
Checkpoint 1 (Ulu Pandan CC-14km) timing at 3:04
Checkpoint 2 (Pandan Reservoir-30km) timing at 6:51
Checkpoint 3 (Labrator Park-45km) timing at 10:49 
Endpoint (Hong Lim Park- 51.5km) timing at 12:28
Number 4th group to reach the Endpoint







Tuesday, October 22, 2013

15 km/ 20/ 22km FUN Day Brisk Walk on 15 Oct 2013. Start Point at Yew Tee MRT




Meeting Time and Place
 
Yew Tee MRT Station – MRT Counter
Date  : 15 Oct 2013 (Tue)
Time : 7:00am
7:30 am – Start Point - Yew Tee
10:30 am - Reaching Diary Farm (Check Point)
12:30pm - Finish the BT Timah Trekking Circuit
Lunch near Beauty World 
2:00pm - Bt Batok MRT
Continue to 2nd Check Point and End Point; for those who want to walk more.
 

Finished by 3:00pm at Bouna Vista MRT (End Point) 

We have done well in our 15-22km Fun Brisk Walk. Our statistics:
Number of Walkers = 27 pax
Reach Bukit Timah Summit = 23 pax
Finished the End Point = 16 pax

Well done. See you on 14 December 2013 for the 50km Walk.

Monday, September 9, 2013

Happy Teacher's Day - August 2013




Thank you and we treasured every moments together - 4th Aug 2013

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Using posturography to assess expertise among tai chi practitioners

Abstract

Tai Chi, performed either seating or standing, is frequently recommended to improve various aspects of health, including balance, metabolic control, heart rate variability, sleep, or immune response. Many studies exploring mind-body interventions, both with self-reported or biologically-measured outcomes, report significant differences in outcomes among participants. However, neither the physiological or psychological mechanisms behind the variations are understood. The purpose of this study was to determine whether posturography is a useful method to assess physical skill level differences between experts and non-expert Tai Chi practitioners. While standing, participants performed a series of movements from the Tai Chi for Arthritis form based on Sun style (commencement, open/close, single whip and wave hands in cloud). Master trainers and senior trainers were considered experts; all others were considered non-experts. Body sway was assessed by the CAPS™ Professional portable computerized force platform (Vestibular Technologies, LLC.). Center of Pressure motion measures were normalized by the subject's height. While standing, the experts displayed statistically greater displacement excursion and velocity when preforming commencement and wave hands in clouds forms. The results of this pilot study indicated that posturography may be a useful method to assess the quality of Tai Chi movements and potentially link the expertise of Tai Chi practitioners to changes in health related outcomes
References
Geib RW, Roberts BL, Li H, Waite G, Pagnacco G, Oggero E.Biomed Sci Instrum. 2013;49:195-200


My Core Services (Call SE Tan at 9431-2135 OR email: tsenyu1@singnet.com.sg)

My Core Services (Call SE Tan at 9431-2135 OR email: tsenyu1@singnet.com.sg)

Client Testimonials

"My knees and lower extremities feel better now during my Tai Chi practice. Thank you for your postural assessment, corrective exercise therapy prescriptions and methodologies used in Tai Chi movements." - after one consultation on Sunday morning

Joan, Tai Chi student from Yio Chu Kang CC



"Hi Maureen, Enyu,
Thank you for taking time to prepare and share your knowledge at our training clinic on Sunday. Nice to have you around to share on your expertise. I think I speak for all attendees to say that we all brought back muck insight to our walking techniques.

FYI and already confirmed, we will also load the pictures into LTAW's website "

Ng Yousi - Let's Take A Walk 2009 - Chairperson
Weizhen Chen - Let's Take A Walk 2009 Committee



"I learnt loads and enjoyed Sat's session!" Thank you very much Coach Tan :)" - Tapering Training

" The whole team (Maureen, GG, Coach Tan and Jon) worked well with each other strengths, which I truly respect. Based on the tentative resulta, EneRgyworkz team was accompanied by other teams with similar timings. More importantly, the distance was finished and not with terrible injuries"

Diane, Shariff, GiaYee - EneRgyWorkz Marathoners NorthFace100 2009



"I am doing the exercise prescriptions every daily and really I am feeling better. Thank you very much with you around, I will be well"

Ang KH, Polytechnic Lecturer - walking deficiencies, cannot squat, diabetes and high blood pressure (under medication)



" Wishing you a Happy Teacher's Day (1st Sep). Thank you for your patience in helping your student auntie to heal. I managed to knee at church on Sunday. I am so happy that my legs does not hurt already. I will always remember you as my World Best Teacher :-) Thank you. "

Elise Nge, Business Executive



"I have followed the training methods you taught me on stretching and postural techniques; and now when I do my Tai Chi, my knee pain has disappeared. Truly appreciate and thank you so much for teaching me the scientifc ways of practising Tai Chi"

Bay MK, Product Promoter



" Thank you for treatment to solve my heel pain problem(plantar facsiitis). It really hurt me alot before I met up with you. You have trained me on the correct posture and your coaching is easily understood. Thank you"

Kelvin Koh, Pharmaceutical Manager



" Your treatments using T-Rack and corrective exercise therapy prescriptions allow me to correct my conditions and my pain has reduced tremendously. I can now do my self treatment at home and thank you for spending your valuable time"

Zubai, Business woman (Client with scoliosis)



"Dear Therapists of Let's Take a Walk 2008

8 months of planning, 13 committee members, 33 hours of event, close to 100 volunteers, over 900 participants and more than $60,000 raised. These are some numbers from Let's Take A Walk 2008 successfully held over the last weekend.

Thank you. Thank you to all of you who have sacrifice your time to help us over the weekend. Your contribution and professionalism has contributed to the success of our event."

Chan Peng, On behalf of Organising Committee 2008

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TaiChi Routines and Circuit Training Depot (road near the rail track is now accessible)


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Incorporating all the health and fitness components (Oct '08 articles) into exercise programs may not be easy for busy working adults, executives, businessmen and women when time is hard to optmise. The amount of time spend on exercises whether it is physical preparation and conditioning or routine practices must be effective and meeting the health and fitness requirements.

This requires a proper exercise prescriptions (daily and weekly) for individuals and appropriate circuit design (including bad weather) using existing natural environment (depending on individual preferences, preferably mixture of indoor and outdoor) around us to keep us healthy and fit. Time must be well-spend.

For example: some of my clients are doing warming up and stretching at home, their Taichi aerobic activties are done using the outdoor circuit and cooling down with Taichi routines followed by stretching near thereby their house. The re-hydration with fuild is done at home during rest followed by his bath. They have multiple version of programs (changing the variables of the components and types) for variety.


If you are interested, call +65 94312135 or email to tsenyu1@singnet.com.sg

TaiChi Jogging For Neuromuscular Body Alignment (11km)


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Bukit Timah Nature Reserve Trekking

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve Trekking
Refer to dotted "Red" route. Email to tsenyu1@singnet.com.sg if you want to be informed and to participate of this event. It takes less than 2 hours for complete circuit. Timing varies and depending on the fitness and size of the group. Learning and understand proper human walking mechanics and the need of conditioning for Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

MacRitchie Trails

MacRitchie Trails
Follow the "Yellow" route and through the hanging bridge (about 13km)

Hiking Route from Yew Tee to Bukit Timah Hill & MacRitchie Trails

Hiking Routes in the Natural Reserve:

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
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MacRitchie hiking trails
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If you are interested, call +65 94312135 or email to tsenyu1@singnet.com.sg

21km Route (Half Marathon)


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LTAW - 50km Power Walk


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LTAW 50 - 100km Extreme Walk


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