Medical Qigong written records go back to about 2000 years ago during the Qin and Han Dynsties, 221 B.C. to 220 A.D., with the publication of the "Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine." This authoritative work still used widely today, systematically describes Qigong practice in medical applications, and describes the use of breathing to increase circulation of Qi. With qigong practice, you can take the healing power of touch to new heights. Whether practiced for self healing or the healing of others, medical qigong has been experiencing a revival as people turn to natural ways to improve the quality of their lives and health.
"Become a Qigong Healer" training introduces you to the qigong energy healing techniques and meditations that qigong master Robert Peng learned from his teacher Xiao Yao, a legendary monk with remarkable healing gifts. Enhance and empower your innate healing energy and discover how to use both hands-on and remote healing techniques of qigong!
You return home with self-empowerment exercises to help you continually improve your healing skills and power, and the ability to conduct a full qigong healing session with remarkable effect.
- Qigong theory and practices, including the sword finger standing and sitting meditations
- Meridian meditations, including lung, large intestine, stomach, spleen, and heart
- Yang healing techniques, including dian xue, and tai-chi press
- Open the small Qi branches from the primary channels to surface of the skin and maintain health conditions for the muscles and skin and maintain healthy conditions for the muscles and skin.
- Yin healing techniques, including huafu healing, qigong hypnosis, and s-pattern to reorganize the energy field
Fashioned after the Medical Qigong College at the Hai Dian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing, China, this Medical Qigong program is recognized internationally for maintaining the highest standards in Medical Qigong instruction and clinical therapy. The curriculum has been standardized by Jerry Alan Johnson, the founder of the International Institute of Medical Qigong, and culminates in a DMQ (Doctor of Medical Qigong) certificate (China), taken over the span of 5 years. The program places strong emphasis on qigong apporoaches to cancer treatment.
- YEAR 1: 200 hours - Medical Qigong Practitioner (MQP)
- YEAR 2: 300 hours - Medical Qigong Therapist (MQT)
- YEAR 3: 500 hours - Master of Medical Qigong (MMQ)
- YEAR 4-5: 1000 hours - Doctor of Medical Qigong (DMQ)