You may drop a course by written request only (phone calls are not acceptable). Full refund will be granted to dropping the class 1 week prior to the course start date. Dropping the course after this date and up until the first instructional session will receive a 50% refund, with the exception of a 1-day course which is non-refundable. All courses dropped after the first instructional session are non-refundable.
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|Mar 03, 2018
|Medical Qigong II (Three Weekend Course)||Santa Cruz|
Medical Qigong II (Three Weekend Course)
- Sat, Mar 03, 2018
- Santa Cruz
In Medical Qigong II, you are led through a progressive series of advanced Shengong (Spirit Skill) meditations and exercises, specifically used for developing advanced intuitive diagnostic skills. You will learn how to establish proper energetic boundaries, and neutralize psycho/emotional interactions such as projection, transference, and counter-transference. Upon completion of this course, you will be prepared to participate in the Medical Qigong clinical training and assist the instructor with performing treatment protocols.
This is a non-ceu 3 part course that will take place over 3 weekends. The TOTAL cost of the course is $450, which can be paid conveniently online at eventbrite.com.
Event takes place 9am-2pm, Saturday and Sunday, the following weekends:
Please note that all weekends are required to take the course.
To enroll in the course please call Aura Wilson, Extension Program Director, at 1(831)476-9424 ex. 40 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Instructor
Thomas Dicklin is a licensed acupuncturist with a Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Five Branches University. He received Medical Qigong training with Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson at the International Institute of Medical Qigong, California. Thomas is a partner and acupuncturist at Communi-Qi Acupuncture in Santa Cruz, California, and is a faculty member of the Five Branches University Master's program, teaching in the departments of TCM Acupuncture, Western Medicine and Complementary Studies.