Tangible Qi in the Clinic June 2016 Seminar


June 13 & 14, Asheville, North Carolina

A one time attendance of this seminar is required before attending the Acupuncture for Internal Diseases, Acupuncture for External Injuries, and Chinese Bodywork for Clinical Practice training courses. 

This critical seminar first focuses on what ATS calls Demystifying Qi, creating a grounding of what Qi really is and isn’t as well as a common language for participants to use for all modules to follow. This is followed by what ATS calls Developing Tangible Qi, which is seeing and training in how to tangibly and reliably affect Qi in patients by applying hand techniques to the skin, connective/muscular tissue, and skeletal system. Throughout, participants train in the Eight Storing Qi & Developing Sensitivity Practices, as well as learn how to adapt their own personal cultivation exercises to the clinical application of tangible Qi manipulation for reliable, repeatable treatment results.

ATS training courses use a flipped classroom model. Participants watch all lectures online and then attend practicum training in Asheville, NC. It is approved for 17 CEU hours by the California Acupuncture Board and is accepted by most states towards continuing education. Please be sure to check with your local governing agency to see if they accept California Acupuncture Board approved courses if you require CEUs to attend this course. This course features:

  • 11 Home Study CEU hours of video lectures
  • 11.5 Practicum CEU hours in Asheville, NC