Medical Qigong Courses, Health Qigong Courses, Self Cultivation Workshops,
Mindfulness Instructor Course
at the UK Medical Qigong College in Staffordshire and London
Our Medical Qigong Courses, Health Qigong Courses, Self Cultivation Workshops and Mindfulness Instructor Courses are taught at the UK College of Medical Qigong Staffordshire and London, UK. There is something in our Medical Qigong and Health Qigong Courses to suit everyone interested in the Chinese Internal Arts.
The Daoist Qigong Instructor Course is especially useful for those individuals wanting to maintain their own health, cultivate Qi for personal gain and/or obtain a credible Instructor Qualification. The Medical Qigong Practitioner Course consists of a Certificate (Part 1) and Diploma (Part 2) level and is aimed at individuals who wish to start a business as a health care professional (similar to an acupuncturist, physiotherapist…) or wanting to use Medical Qigong Therapy as an adjunct to their existing work. The Medical Qigong Practitioner Course advances students to a clinical level. The Self-Cultivation Workshops are fun, short workshops. They are available to members of the public who want to maintain their general health.
Our Medical Qigong, Health Qigong and Mindfulness Courses in a nutshell. Which one is for you?
Ren Wu Zang Workshop (one day); Golden Ball Workshop (1.5 day); Daoist Five (1.5 day); Mindfulness (two day); Six Healing Sounds + Old Man Healing Sound Workshop (two day); Cultivation Workshop (one day); Medical Qigong for Self-Cultivation Course (six months). Use the links for further information.
Medical Qigong Courses
Medical Qigong Practitioner Diploma - 10 month Course for Clinical Use; Nightingale Practitioner; Medical Qigong for Cancer Practitioner; Medical Qigong for Parkinson's Disease Practitioner; Ren Wu Zang for Health Care Practitioners.
Health Qigong Instructor Courses
What Is The Difference Between Health Qigong and Medical Qigong?
There is a vast difference between Health Qigong, which is a set of exercises used for general health purposes and Medical Qigong. For example, in Health Qigong a typical Spleen exercise would maintain healthy Qi within the Spleen and Stomach. In Medical Qigong, the patients Spleen syndrome could present as a 'Shi' type (Damp/Cold) or a 'Xu' type (deficiency/sinking), in which case the Medical Qigong Practitioner would decide whether to use purgation or tonification prescriptions. Medical Qigong is recognised as one of the four branches of Chinese Medicine - acupuncture, herbal medicine, and tui na being the others. It is considered that Medical Qigong formed the energetic foundation from which the other modalities originated. Medical Qigong incorporates concepts such as Daoism, Buddhism and Shamanism. We therefore evaluate the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual body. Medical Qigong as a therapy draws on skills such as incorporating incantations, Qi and Shen emission, Qigong massage, Medical Qigong therapy protocols, prescriptive exercises, meditations and sound therapy.