Wyoming Acupuncture CEUs

Wyoming Acupuncture Continuing Education

Qigong Awareness welcomes Wyoming Acupuncturists and lay people

to attend our cutting edge Medical Qigong continuing education courses.

Wyoming currently has no licensure and no continuing education requirements for Acupuncturists.

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Browse Online CEU Courses  or  Browse Live Intensive Courses

Here at Qigong Awareness we offer online and live continuing education course units that meet the California Acupuncture Board requirements and the National Board, NCCAOM* requirements . Professionals and Lay People are welcome to participate in both our online and live intensives. From Jackson to Cody and Casper, Qigong Awareness offers affordable and high quality online acupuncture continuing education courses to help renew your license.

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Qigong Awarenesss is NCCAOM* approved

*NCCAOM is the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine.  Qigong Awareness offers 15 PDA Points approved by NCCAOM in Core Competency in the AOM-BIO Category.  This is the main area for continuing education requirements, each four year renewal period, by the NCCAOM. To be a licensed Acupuncturist in Wyoming it is not required to be Nationally Certified by the NCCAOM.


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Qigong Awareness is dedicated to providing quality education in Medical Qigong through accredited acupuncture continuing education courses.  We provide online acupuncture CEU courses and live intensive CEU workshops.

david-coonDavid J. Coon, Medical Qigong Master

Our workshops are taught by renowned Medical Qigong Master, David J. Coon.  David has been teaching and lecturing around the country to both lay people and professionals about the healing power of Qigong for over 20 years. David’s Qigong practices are now being practiced around the world. They are simple, effective and can be practiced by anyone at any age. Professionals and Lay People are welcome to participate in both our online CEU courses and live intensive CEU courses.

Expand your practice today by registering for our NCCAOM approved CEU courses!

Your breath is changing. Your body is moving in certain ways, you can see … you just stay with your work. You stay connected to the energy. Not too caught up in what that other person’s doing. I keep sprinkling the gold. Now I’m going to go a little faster with the gold. I already was, you can sort of see what that’s doing. Now sometimes if I have somebody who I don’t have much movement and they’re really stagnating with this, just like some of the techniques I showed you yesterday where sometimes you have to break through a wall. By the needle here, throw it here. Once again, I taught you the technique. I can hold this needle. Is there a needle there? Yeah there is because it’s there in my mind. I can move it. I can move it. Remember the overall theory behind Chinese medicine and Oriental medicine and these types of disciplines is the energy is stuck. You need to get it moving.

                              So the technique we did yesterday if we add this to it now as we go like this. Tell the energy to come up and then two hands go. So we do it again. This one goes in, this one goes up, two go in. This is like a warm up. Go in, go up, then two. One to the lower warmer, one to the upper warmer. So one goes to the lower belly, one goes to the head.

                              Next round. Anything different or kind of the same or?

I just felt so relaxed. I just felt like relaxation was spreading everywhere and it was really, really peaceful. Also, there was one where, I don’t know what you were doing, but it almost felt like just being surrounded by a lot of light.

Surrounded by a lot of light, very light, more light, peaceful, very relaxed.

                              I felt like my arm was going to be ripped off and I felt like a sack of potatoes. He does it without effort but I tell you he’s got one heck of a fire in his belly. Bring these up one more time and down one more time. Now to the side. Open close like tiger claws like this. Tiger claws. Then to try and make this relaxed but this is shake. You ever get cold? Your car breaks down. You’re outside somewhere. Shake and then bring this down and shake. Like this and bring this up. Just letting the breath out and then down. Do what you can with this. Don’t hurt yourself because if you do it kind of like I am, kind of intensely, it might be a little much for you. You just do whatever works for you and that good. I now step out. Bring your feet out to a horse stance like you’re sitting on a horse a little bit. Then from here you’re going to breath in, lift your knees up. Your knees come up straight and then bend down. Let the breath and the hands fall. Same speed. Then roll this one out. There are many variations of this one practice. Then I usually have people just relax.