ICMQ is Moving!

  • The ICMQ is Moving! +

    2019 will be a year of many changes for us!   The Temple of Peace and Virtue was able to fulfill a long standing dream and purchased 325 secluded acres in rural Bradyville, Tennesee, about an hour southeast of Nashville. It is a beautiful and secluded property that allows for direct contact with all the elemental forces. We are very excited about this transition and the possibilities that it will offer for our students.
    We are hoping to move the Medical Qigong training facility to this new property in Tennessee for 2019.

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This course is designed to introduce students to the study of proper Dao Yin training and rectifying qi deviations.  Time is spent gaining a deeper understanding of the internal principles of postural, respiratory and mental Dao Yin training so that students develop a deeper comprehension of the body's energetic relationship to the physical structure as well as deviations of the psyche. Time will be spent discussing Qi Deviations, their development and how to rectify them.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will have a deeper comprehension of the body's energetic relationship to the physical structure and mental and emotional disorders and deviations of the psyche. Students will be able to:

  • Discuss the many qigong postures appropriate for medical qigong therapy and clarify which posture is appropriate for certain conditions.
  • Demonstrate at least three forms of Qi Walking and discuss when each could be taught to a client
  • Demonstrate and discuss various forms of Postural Dao Yin Training, Respiratory Dao Yin Training and Mental Dao Yin Training.
  • Demonstrate and describe several methods of rectifying Qi Deviations.

Prerequisite: Completion of all the Medical Qigong Practitioner Seminars

  • You have a relaxed and comfortable teaching style that creates and environment that allows learning to become a creative dialogue.
    Dr. Denise Douglass White, DMQ
  • Dr. Shannon is very gifted at reading people and changing his approach to meet each person where they are at.
    Catherine White, MMQ, Dip ABT
  • You are patient, funny, and generous with what you teach. It is obvious that you really want your students to learn– and are not just presenting material.
    Dr. Dawn Meltzer, DMQ, L.Ac.
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