Becoming A Certified Qigong Instructor with Qigong Awareness, LLC is available completely online now. I created a comprehensive program of 50 hours for Level I. David J. Coon, Medical Qigong Master, teaches this program. You will learn both how to teach a 1 hour Qigong Exercise Class and how to give a Medical Qigong Treatment.

Our Certified Qigong Instructor Training Program is 200 hours in length and is made up of four levels. The fifth level of our program is 100 hours in length and will give you the title of Certified Medical Qigong Instructor. The focus of this 5th level is to learn to give Medical Qigong Treatments. The goal to be confident giving a full one-hour Medical Qigong Session.

Acupuncture & Massage CEUs

While completing each of the first four levels you will be completing 50 hours of training. In each of the 50 hours of training, you will also receive 30 CEUs if you are an Acupuncturist or Massage Therapist (depending on which state you reside in).

This All-Inclusive program allows for each student’s unique teaching style to emerge. We provide a solid base by instructing you on how to teach a one-hour Qigong Exercise class. You will also learn additional Qigong Exercises that you can incorporate into the classes that you instruct. This program is designed to prepare you to be a successful Qigong Instructor, capable of teaching a one-hour Qigong Class.

Lay people and retired professionals are encouraged to take this program for their own personal growth and healing.

We have had several graduates find teaching jobs at local recreation centers, retreat centers, and Veterans Associations. The majority of graduates have incorporated teaching a weekly Qigong class to build patient involvement and community. Both of these things contribute to patient retention and new referrals. Graduates also benefit from the regular practice of Qigong for both their health and to avoid burnout by practicing Acupuncture or Massage.

One of our graduates expressed how incredible it would have been to have learned this in Acupuncture School. The benefits are immense.

Please reach out to me at [email protected] if you have any questions about our program.

Tanya Mei-Tai Coon, LAc, DIpl.Ac., M.O.M.

President of Qigong Awareness, LLC


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