Nevada Acupuncture Continuing Education
Here at Qigong Awareness we offer online and live continuing education course units that meet NCCAOM* requirements. Licensed Acupuncturists in Nevada are required every four years to renew certification with the NCCAOM. Professionals and Lay People are welcome to participate in both our online and live intensives. From Las Vegas to Carson City and Reno, Nevada, Qigong Awareness offers affordable and high quality online acupuncture continuing education courses to help renew your license.
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.
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 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.
VIDEO TRANSCRIPTION – One Simple Qigong exercise for Weight Loss
Hi. My name’s David J. Coon. I am a Qigong master teacher here from Boulder, Colorado. I want to teach you today some Qigong. We’re going to actually talk about weight loss today. I want to talk about weight loss in a little bit different context than what you may be used to hearing. We’re going to work on some weight loss based on generating heat in the belly and in the dantian, something called the dantian.
Why don’t you go ahead and place your hands just below your belly button right here? Both hands. Right hand. Left hand. I want you to become aware of this area. I want you to make some circles. I want you to go ahead and push on this just a little bit. Now from here, this is going to be an area we’re going to focusing on. We’re going to be bringing our breath to. I want you to go here. I want you to move your legs here for a moment. I want you to go ahead and take a breath in. Now I want you to imagine pushing down … with some breath. Up. Bring your hands right back here. We’re going to be generating the heat here, so when that breath goes and you push, I want you to contract this area of your belly.
If you start getting hot during this exercise, you know you’re doing it right. Here, breath in. Here, left on top of right. Breath in. Again. Little tension in the arms. This is not like some Qigong, very relaxed sometimes we do the this. This is some tension here. Again. It’s in though the nose, out through the mouth.