Level 1: Internal Qi Activation & Cultivation

Activation of the Energy Centers


(The first step in the Yi Ren® Qigong Training)

This course teaches the foundational exercises for internal Qi-energy activation, cultivation, grounding and circulation. The purpose of these exercises is to activate and stabilize the energy field, increase internal energy levels and develop the body’s internal energetic communication system.

First (or in Part 1), we will learn the internal energy activation exercises, which involve activating the “lifegate” or battery pack of our energy system, followed by cultivating our energy centers and grounding our internal energy.

Then (or in Part 2), we will learn how to activate our marrow and brain gates, which involves connecting with our autonomic nervous system (ANS). The ANS is the body’s control system, enabling and empowering us to balance and harmonize our internal organ functions. Circulation of the Du and Ren meridians through the Small Universe exercise is key to our information management system. This is preparation for Level II, where we activate and circulate energy through the 12 internal organ meridians.

These Qi-energy based exercises will increase vitality and creativity, enhance immunity and self-healing, and improve the quality of practitioners’ lives.

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CE Hours/PDA Credits

CE Hours for Massage Therapists Available for This Class

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CE Hours for massage therapists available through the NCBTMB (National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork).

PDA Credits for Acupuncturists Available for This Class

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PDA Credits (Personal Development Activity Credits) are available for this class through NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Professional Development Activity).

Weekend Seminars Only

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