CEUs for Licensed Acupuncturists & Massage Therapists

*  All Courses are NCCAOM approved

QiGong: Level III Internal Alchemy   4 PDAs

      Continuing portal into understanding the ancient Taoist principles and practices of NeiGong (Internal Alchemy). It introduces you to an unfolding process of self-realization by directly experiencing the Three Treasures: Jing, Qi and Shen. We will begin to awaken the energetic body, and consciously begin converting the Three Treasures through the firing process. We will review the Wu Xing 5 Element movement practices and deepen our understanding of their purpose. We will begin to incorporate the energies of Heaven and Earth into our Lower Dan Tians and learn how to circulate them through our Congenital meridians. 

Goals and Objectives: 

  • Introducing the Internal Energetic Movements of the 5 Elements and how to balance and harmonize them
  • Review of Stage 1 Breathing and Wu Xing 5 Element Practices
  • Review of the Anatomy and Functions of the 8 Extraordinary Vessels , the 3 Dan Tians and Jiaos and how they relate to NeiGong Refining Conscious Awareness and Intention
  • Introduction to Stage 2 Breathing Heaven and Earth Practice  

QiGong: Level II Internal Alchemy  4 PDAs

     Continuation portal into understanding the ancient Taoist principles and practices of NeiGong (Internal Alchemy). It introduces you to an unfolding process of self-realization by directly experiencing the Three Treasures: Jing, Qi and Shen. I go into more detail so you can deepen your knowledge and experience these arts in a direct & practical manner. This course will enhance your sensitivity to feeling Qi flow and go over some common hindrances in Qi flow development. We will have fun exploring the theoretical concepts and then practicing with these ideas to directly experience what we learned with our mind as we practice with our bodies and consciousness.

​Goals and Objectives:

  • Review Anatomy of the Foot Shoulder Spine Hip and Sacrum
  • Releasing MyoFascia and Muscular Tension in these areas to Awaken the Qi
  • Locating the Lower Dan Tian and Rotation of the Lower Water Wheel of the Chong Channel
  • Learning the precautions and hindrances of these practices and how to avoid them 

Dates for Classes coming soon! 

Intro to Biomedical Functional Nutrition to Enhance TCM  7 PDAs

​     Introduction to biomedical functional nutrition to enhance your practice. We will examine the history of Dr. Royal Lee, founder of Standard Process, & his philosophies in nutrition & supplementation. Understanding the difference between whole food vitamin complexes & synthetic supplements is crucial to optimized success in clinical practice. Detailed analysis of the ingredient list and the use of each type for patient success. Evaluating the difference between the wholistic vs. allopathic models of medicine & how TCM is the predecessor of modern day functional medicine. A review of the 8 principles of TCM, the 3 treasures & 3 Jiaos and how they apply to your nutrition practice. Exploration of 10 products and 10 detailed case studies. 

Goals and Objectives: 

  • Understanding how to supplement patients that are not getting essential nutrients in their diet
  • Exploring functional nutrition with the diagnostic and treatment principles we already learned in school
  • Examining 10 basic products and case studies to improve your patient success



QiGong: Level V Internal Alchemy 4 PDAs

​      In this segment of the training, you will learn how to directly access a deeper understanding of the Jing Luo meridians that we learned about in school. Most acupuncturists and massage practitioners learn about these pathways through the intellect, this course teaches you how to better explore them by direct experience and feeling the Qi flow through each meridian. Also, we go over what a blockage feels like and how to remove it with your conscious intention (Yi). These are the steps to becoming more intimate with Qi and learning how to work with it to become a better energetic healer in the realm of medical QiGong.

Goals and Objectives: 

  • Review of the internal circulation of the 12 Jing Luo meridians
  • Deepening our knowledge of the 5 Element movements in the body & how exogenous blockages effect them
  • Understanding the six directions in greater detail TaiYang ,Taiyin, ShaoYang, ShaoYin, JueYin & YangMing
  • Becoming aware of directly feeling the Qi flow through each of the meridians Using your intention to clear energetic blockages through the exit points ​​

QiGong: Level I Internal Alchemy   4 PDAs   

     Beginning portal into understanding the ancient Taoist principles and practices of NeiGong (Internal Alchemy). It introduces you to an unfolding process of self-realization by directly experiencing the Three Treasures: Jing, Qi and Shen. We learned about these in school, but not in the same extensive detail I have presented them in these courses. I had been doing QiGong with different teachers for close to 20 years with a wide variety of teachers & it had some benefits, but then I was blown away with these teachings that took my practice and transformation to an amazing level of awareness and intention. If you do any kind of energy healing, these practices can escalate your ability to sustain yourself & help others greatly.​​

Goals and Objectives:

  • Introducing the basic ancient theory of Taoist Internal Alchemy
  • Understanding the Three Treasures: Jing, Qi and Shen as energetic informational blueprints of our reality
  • Stage 1 Breathing and Settling the Mind in WuJi Posture
  • Rooting into the Earth Mindfully listening to the Body with Conscious Awareness and Releasing Tension
  • Learning a 5 Element Physical Practice to Balance and Harmonize the Qi Level


QiGong: Level IV Internal Alchemy   4 PDAs

     This course reinforces the ability of the practitioner to convert Jing to Qi, Qi to Shen and eventually Shen to Tao. This internal alchemical process helps to enhance one's ability to understand how to connect to the congenital meridians and make them flow more efficiently in an effort to balance the Jing Luo meridians and the collateral channels. This includes work on the Three Dan Tians and Jiaos as well. 

Goals and Objectives: 

  • Introducing Heaven and Earth energies into the body and integrating them into our Lower Dan Tian
  • Strengthening our ability to relate to pure consciousness and release the acquired mind
  • Initiation of the Alchemical Firing Process to Convert the Three Treasures Enhance our Three Treasures to strengthen our ability as energy practitioners   ​​