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 have a relaxed and comfortable teaching style that creates and environment that allows learning to become a creative dialogue.
- Dr. Denise Douglass White, DMQ
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.
The International College of Medical Qigong (ICMQ) is open to all health care professionals, students of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and those interested in Chinese energetic medicine.
The ICMQ offers a multi-level certification program designed to teach the theory and practical application of Medical Qigong Therapy.Studying to become an medical qigong practitioner is an integrated step-by-step process. Each class, each internship, and each experience builds on one another — helping you to evolve into the natural healer you long to be and preparing you to work in an integrated health care delivery system.
Open to all health care professionals, students of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and those interested in Chinese energetic medicine, the IIMQ offers a multi-level certification program designed to teach the theory and practical application of Medical Qigong Therapy.
ICMQ programs emphasize the analytical/deductive and intuitive approaches to comprehending and utilizing Medical Qigong therapy for cultivation, regulation and clinical application. The experiential aspects of the course are well balanced with a solid theoretical foundation.
Our curriculum has drawn from the knowledge gathered from several of the medical universities, institutes, hospitals, and clinics throughout the People¹s Republic of China. It is fashioned after the Medical Qigong College at the Hai Dian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing, China. The Chinese Ministry of Health honored this curriculum in 2005 as meeting the Chinese standards for academic and clinical instruction, the first time a foreign Medical Qigong curriculum has been approved by the Chinese government (Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education), and its academic standards and clinical protocols have been formally accepted by a Traditional Chinese Medicine University.