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Medical Qigong Module 5
PLEASE NOTE: This course will be divided into 2 parts: Live-streamed 12 Hour Didactic : July 11-12 In-Person 3 Hour Hands-on: October 17
15 CE hours pending CAB approval Early Bird Rates end 6/11
Instructor: Suzannah Stason, LAc., CMQ
Program Overview: This 6-weekend series will provide students and practitioners from across healing disciplines the opportunity for deep self-inquiry and Qi cultivation, in-depth understanding of Chinese medicine theory and experiential mastery of Medical Qigong therapeutic diagnostic and treatment techniques..
Three main Program goals are:
Self-Cultivation: Students will learn and practice several Qigong forms, Qi sensing boundary setting exercises and Daoist meditations to cultivate their own Qi and mind-body-spirit health.
Chinese Medicine Theory and Medicinal Daoism: Students will take an in-depth look at key psycho-emotional and cosmological dimensions of medical Qigong practice and theory
Medical Qigong Training: Students will build Qi sensitivity and Qi emission practices with use of Qi balls, sound, color, hand postures and movements, channel reading, and medical Qigong balancing protocols. They will learn to diagnose, treat, and maintain ongoing support to patients in varied clinical settings
Module 5 Overview: In this course, you will learn a wide variety of medical qigong treatment protocols that tonify, purge or circulate their patients’ qi, calm shen and balance emotions. You will continue to learn and cultivate your own qi through practice of the Daoist Five qigong form and Zhang Zuan Standing meditation practice
Cancellation Policy Unless explicitly stated in the description of the course, the AIMC Berkeley CE Course Cancellation and Refund Policy follows accordingly:
Cancellations and requests for refunds must be received by the AIMC Berkeley Accounting Department no fewer than 7 days prior to the first class.
No refunds will be given for cancellations made fewer than 7 days prior to the first day in the course.