Texas Massage Therapist Continuing Education
Here at Qigong Awareness we offer online and live continuing education course units that meet NCBTMB requirements. Our online and live intensives are approved for 15 CEs by NCBTMB for Massage Therapists: David Coon is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider.
Professionals and Lay People are welcome to participate in both our online and live intensives. From Dallas to Austin and Fort Worth, Texas, Qigong Awareness offers affordable and high quality online Massage Therapist continuing education courses to help renew your license.
Qigong Awareness is dedicated to providing quality education in Medical Qigong through accredited massage therapy continuing education courses. We provide online massage therapist 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 – Qigong Eliminates Burnout from Your Massage Practice 15 CEU’s
Hi. I’m David J. Coon with Qigong Awareness. Would you like to eliminate burnout from your massage practice? I know that if I was a massage therapist, I would want to eliminate burnout because it gets to us. Anybody that’s been a massage therapist goes through periods of burnout, especially if you’ve been doing it for a while. Qigong practice is a form ancient Chinese exercise, that can help you avoid and even eliminate burnout in your practice, your massage practice. Qigong is a practice of breathing, it’s a practice of mindful movement. There’s like 3,000 different styles of Qigong. The particular style that we teach is like an internal Kung Fu practice. It’s slow, it’s focused, it’s concentrated. It has a little bit of a “martial art” edge to it, not much but a little bit of one.
It has nothing to do with fighting, but it absolutely has everything to do with breath and it has to do with eliminating toxins from your own body. Clearing and cleansing your own mind. Washing your own mind with the physical practice. Then being able to get up the next day and go back in and do your massage work. I’ve been doing body work, healing work, counseling, energy work, on people’s bodies, minds and spirits for over 30 years now. I know a lot about these types of practices and the kind of burnout that can come with working with on other people. If you’d like to go forward in your life and have greater longevity for your practice and grow yourself as a practitioner, checkout Qigong as an adjunct or as a primary form of practice that you do in conjunction with massage. Checkout our Qigong Instructor Certification program and our Medical Qigong Practitioner program. If you’re interested go to www.Qigong Q-I-G-O-N-G awareness.com for more information. Thanks guys.