Become an Instructor 

Happy Thought Tai Chi Program has produced a series of instructional DVDs with many of the routines Mark Cashatt put together and learned in his Taijiquan training. The DVD series is complete in itself, however Mark Cashatt has plenty of other Tai Chi routines from his many years of learning that may be implemented in the future. 

What Happy Thought Tai Chi Program is offering to you and your business is a chance to implement the HAPPY THOUGHT TAI CHI PROGRAM, for the benefit of your clients and your employees. The first thing we must do is set up a day and time when Mark Cashatt can come and work with your care professionals.

 

SPECIAL NEEDS FACILITIES, DAY CARE CENTERS AND HEALTH CLUBS:

ONE HOUR PRESENTATION- FREE OF CHARGE

TWO 3 HOUR TRAINING SESSIONS (two weeks apart)- $----

 

With this much training and instructional information, a very ambitious care worker can build on what they know and then they will want to learn more. I recommend holding the TWO 3 HOUR TRAINING SESSIONS and let the care professional work with what they have learned along with studying the DVD. Then four to six weeks later set up another set of TWO 3 HOUR TRAINING SESSIONS. The second set of training classes can really sink in because of the time put in learning the basics. After this fourth hour of instruction for the care professional, they would be certified ROUTINE GUIDE. After 6 hours of training the care professional is certified ROUTINE LEADER.

 


About Us

HAPPY THOUGHT TAI CHI PROGRAM was developed by instructor Mark Cashatt. The system was developed from ideas and routines that Mark Cashatt gathered over the years. (read more)

 

Tai Chi DVDs

3 Volumes of Tai Chi instruction, each over 1 hour long, are now available through this website.

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Special Needs Classes

After developing an easy and systematic program using the principles, philosophy and techniques of Taijiquan (Tai Chi), an ancient martial art originating in China, I found that such a program can benefit our friends who have physical and mental challenges. (...more)