Medical Qigong Classes
Medical Qigong Practitioner (MQP)
MQP Program Requirements Overview
200 Hour Program
Fee: $150 per month
Location: Nature's Path Center
Instructor: Dr. Seth Lefkowitz, D.C., DMQ (China)
200 Hours in two categories:
2) Clinical Theatre
Energetic Anatomy and Physiology
Medical Qigong Dao Yin Training
This first module offers the entering student an introductory overview of the foundations of Chinese Energetic Medicine. Students will explore the major principles and foundational structures that govern Traditional Chinese Medical Qigong and their Psycho/Emotional components. Course content includes: Introduction to Medical Qigong, Energetic Formation of the Human Body, Physical/Emotional Development and Structural Formation, The Five Energies of the Human Body, The Three Dantians and Center Taiji Pole, The Twelve Primary Channels and Organs, Eight Extraordinary Vessels, Collaterals, and Points, The Body's Energetic Points, and The Extraordinary Yang Organs.
Objectives: After completing this module, students will have a deeper comprehension of the body's emotional, psychological and energetic matrix.
Medical Qigong and Chinese Alchemy
This second module offers the student an introductory overview of the Three Outer Forces: Heaven, Earth and Man. Students will explore the major principles and foundational structures that govern the Universal and Environmental energetic structures and how they influence the human body, mind and emotions. Course content includes: Introduction to the Three Outer Forces, The Three Treasures of Heaven: Sun, Moon, and Stars, The Three Treasures of Earth: Earth, Water, and Wind and The Three Treasures of Man: Jing, Qi, and Shen.
Objectives: After completing this module, students will have a deeper comprehension of the body's physical, emotional, mental and energetic relationship to the universal and environmental energetic fields.
This third module offers the student an introduction to the energetic relationships within the human body and how to cultivate and transform Qi using the Posture, Mind and Breath. Course content includes: Introduction To Dao Yin Training, Postural Dao Yin Training, Respiratory Dao Yin Training, and Mental Dao Yin Training.
Objectives: After completing this module, students will have a deeper comprehension of the body's energetic relationship to the physical structure. They will obtain an understanding as to the mental and emotional influences on the psyche when affected by environmental and universal energetic fields.
Rectifying Qi Deviations with Medical Qigong Therapy
This fourth module offers the student an overview of how and why the energetic patterns within the human body can become corrupted and how to rectify Qi Deviations when they happen. Course content will include Introduction To Qi Deviations, Mental and Emotional Disorders and Deviations of the Soul and Spirit.
Objectives: After completing this module, students will have a deeper comprehension of the body's energetic relationship to the physical structure and mental and emotional disorders and Deviations of the Psyche.
2) CLINICAL THEATRE
70 Hours in 2 categories:
Total Clinical Hours
Class Info: Total 24 hours
Fee: None to practitioner. Clients: $20
Externship hours may be completed as Internship Hours in the clinic.
Class Info: Total 46 hours