Medical Qigong 200 Hour Practitioner Certification Training – click here for details
• This program is the continuation of the 200 Hour Medical Qigong Certification Training. It furthers our education by adding 300 hours of study, training and clinical practice to the curriculum presented in the 200 hourcourse.
• CEU’s Provided for Acupuncturists and Massage Therapists
Curriculum Overview – Five, 40 Hour Segments
The certification program is based on the curriculum that has been established at the Medical Qigong College at the Hai Dian University and used clinically at the Xi Yuan Medical Qigong Hospital in Beijing, China. The training’s foundational information and clinical practices have been acquired, organized and developed by the International College of Medical Qigong and the International Institute of Medical Qigong.
Segment 1 - Sensory, Intuitive, and Perceptual Diagnosis
This segment is designed to introduce the use of various sensory, intuitive, and perceptual skills used in the Medical Qigong clinic for the diagnosis and treatment of patients. We will learn applications of intuitive and perceptual Qi diagnosis, how to diagnose using the hand and by observing the Aura Fields. We will also practice long Distance Medical Qigong Therapy, Faith Projection, and Auxiliary Medical Qigong Healing Modalities.
Segment 2 - Medical Qigong Dao Yin Therapy and Rectifying Qi Deviations
This segment offers an overview of the major principles and foundational structures that govern Traditional Chinese Medical Qigong. This segment is designed to introduce the study of proper Dao Yin training and rectifying Qi Deviations. We will have a deeper level understanding of Postural Dao Yin Training, Respiratory Dao Yin Training and Mental Dao Yin Training. Also, we will understand how to rectify Qi Deviations occurring from improper Qigong training.
Segment 3 - Medical Qigong Therapy for Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Gynecology, Neurology, and Psychology
This segment is designed to introduce Medical Qigong clinical treatments and supplementary exercises for the following specializations: Pediatric, Geriatrics, Gynecology, Neurology, and Psychology. In this course we will learn about the early stages of child growth and development, prescriptions for children and prescriptions for senility. We will learn the etiology and pathology of gynecological diseases and menstrual complications and targeted treatment protocols for menopause. We will learn how to treat a Stroke (Wind-Stroke), Coma, Facial paralysis (Bells Palsy), and Multiple sclerosis (MS). In this segment we will treat emotional anxieties, phobias and addictions, and we will learn to treat phobias and depression using the “Windows of the Sky” points. Lastly, we will learn self treatment prescriptions for psycho-emotional disorders.
Segment 4 - Introduction to the Treatment of Cancer with Medical Qigong Therapy (1)
This segment offers the student an overview of the major principles and foundational structures that govern Traditional Chinese Medical Qigong in the treatment of cancer. This course is designed to introduce the treatment of various types of cancers and tumor formations. The course will cover etiology and pathology of cyst, tumor and cancer formation. It will cover the causes of cyst, tumor and cancer formations. It will categorize cysts and tumors according to Traditional Chinese Medicine. We will learn a Medical Qigong approach to cancer prescriptions. And we will learn emission therapy for the treatment of brain tumors, breast cysts (including tumors and cancer), uterine tumors and cancer, cervical cancer, ovarian cysts, prostate cancer, lung cancer, and colon and rectal cancer.
Segment 5 - Clinical Theatre, Internship, and Final Examination
This segment is the culminating event for the Therapist certification program. It offers exposure and first-hand experience to Medical Qigong diagnoses and treatments.
We will study and experience different aspects of energetic dysfunctions and symptom manifestations. In this segment we will explore case studies, integrating advanced clinical modalities, applying advanced diagnosis and advanced energetic modulation skills.
The segment will also include a comprehensive academic review, and exam, a comprehensive practical review, and exam, a clinical theater, and a clinical internship.
Basic Traditional Chinese Medicine Theory
Western Anatomy and Physiology I
Western Anatomy and Physiology II
Clinical Externship II - A clinical externship logging 36 documented treatments is required for graduation
Program Dates (TBA)
Segment-1 Advanced Diagnostics and Remote Treatments
(Sensory, Intuitive, and Perceptual Diagnosis)
Segment-2 Medical Qigong Dao Yin Therapy and Rectifying Qi Deviations
Segment-3 Medical Qigong Therapy for Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Gynecology, Neurology, Psychology
Segment-4 Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy for Oncology (1)
Segment-5 Clinical Theater, Internship, and Final Examination