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New Clinical Qi Cultivation Course

The course provides additional training and insight into how and when to recommend a patient incorporate a particular qigong movement or breathing pattern, or study a particular qigong or tai chi form, with the appropriate clinical application of each form and pattern.
01/14/2014

Learning Self-Healing Qigong, Dao-In, Eight Treasures, Tai Chi, Infinichi and other Qi Cultivation practices at YSU is part of preparing the student for self-care and for Qi management in clinical practice. Taking this training one step further, YSU has introduced a new course, Qi Review & Clinical Applications, will further train students to confidently identifying forms or movements appropriate for patients in their individual healing. The course provides additional training and insight into how and when to recommend a patient incorporate a particular qigong movement or breathing pattern, or study a particular qigong or tai chi form, with the appropriate clinical application of each form and pattern.

For the Spring 2014 trimester, this course is offered free of charge to all YSU Alumni, as well as MATCM students who have completed their 12-unit Qi requirement for the program. 

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