Diploma Qigong Tuina

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  • Objectives
    This course in traditional Chinese massage is open to practitioners who already have a therapeutic assessment framework and who wish to include assessing and treating their patients through the Chinese medical model in their clinical repertoire. It will also add another therapeutic dimension for acupuncture practitioners. The course combines extensive hands-on training, in practical classes and in the clinical setting, with a thorough working knowledge of the theories and underlying concepts of Chinese medicine. Tuina, an ancient and versatile style of massage, is still extensively used in China to treat a wide range of conditions, both internal and musculoskeletal. It is traditionally studied with acupuncture and is often used in combination with, or instead of, needles. When combined with qigong (the study of qi or vital energy) these techniques give a deep and effective means of understanding and treating illness on many levels.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements The course assumes a thorough working knowledge of western anatomy, physiology, and pathology. Successful applicants will normally be members of a professional organisation such as the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, the General Council of Osteopaths, the Royal College of Nursing or the Shiatsu Society. If you have previously studied TCM acupuncture you may be exempt from TCM modules and Points and Channels.
  • Academic title
    Diploma Qigong Tuina
  • Course description
    Diploma Qigong Tuina


    Qigong Tuina Case Studies
    Qigong Tuina Clinical Practice (year long)
    Qigong Tuina Points and Channels
    Qigong Tuina Techniques
    TCM Pathology
    TCM Physiology

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