Upcoming Training

Khadro Foundation Chi Nei Tsang Level I

Event Date: 
Thu, 2018-11-01 (All day)

Location

TBA Toronto, ON
Canada

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This course is postponed to November, dates not yet announced. Days typicall start at 9:30 am, there-after 7:30 am to 10:00 pm; finishing at 2:30 on the last day.

Course fee: $989
Room & Board: $500 (approximately)

At this level, students learn to recognize, differentiate, and manipulate the different internal organs and to understand their function. Upon completion of this level, students will be proficient in the techniques required to perform a complete treatment to cleanse, detoxify, and revitalize the large and small intestines, respiratory system, liver, gall bladder, autonomic nervous system, pancreas, stomach, internal system of mesentery, peritoneum, omentum, and suspensory ligaments. Benefits derived for clients from this level of treatment include better digestion, relief of abdominal pain, regulation of elimination, relief from chronic headaches, and improvement in rest and sleep patterns.

Students will learn the Theory of Taoist Cosmology; the Laws governing Ying and Yang and the Eight Principles; the Law of Five Elements; and the difference between healing and curing.

Students will also learn the principles of Chi Kung, Bone Breathing, Taoist Meditation (Inner Smile, Six Healing Sounds and Microcosmic Orbit Meditation, Bone Packing, and Buddha Palms). These meditations and Chi Kung are required to help carry and generate the energy during treatments.

Upon completion of the above requirements, a student becomes a certified practitioner and is awarded a Level I Practitioner Certificate, which qualifies the individual to provide treatment at this level to clients.

Required hours to complete the Level I Practitioner course:

1. Participate in two Fundamentals of Chi Nei Tsang 50-hour seminars: 100 hours
2. Chi Nei Tsang Anatomy Weekend: 15 hours
3. Complete and document 100 case studies: 100 hours
4. Receive 8-10 Chi Nei Tsang treatments from a certified practitioner: 8-10 hours
5. Attend Sexual Chi Kung practice workshop: 15 hours
6. Participate in supervised practice classes: 10-15 hours

Total required for Level I: 260 hours

 
 

Khadro Chi Nei Tsang Global Body Attitude Level II

Event Date: 
Thu, 2018-11-01 (All day)

Location

Toronto, ON
Canada

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This course is postponed to November, dates not yet announced. Days typicall start at 9:30 am, there-after 7:30 am to 10:00 pm; finishing at 2:30 on the last day.

Course fee: $989

Room & Board: $500 (approximately)

With the Global Body Attitude, students learn to see and work with the internal patterns of tension and to identify these patterns in themselves and in their clients. These patterns of tension normally manifest in the body as misalignments of the external structure - neck, spine, hips, ankles, and so on. Students will become proficient with breath and breathing patterns and become aware of the flow of the acupuncture meridian system and the movement of chi, blood, and fluids. Students will learn to experience and use breath as the "motor" that enables and regulates metabolic functions, as well as determining the structure and movement of the body. Benefits derived for clients from this level oftreatment include expansion of breathing capacity, reduction in the level of chronic pain and structural problems, and better preparation for and recovery from surgical interventions.

Students will become skilled in spontaneously using Space and Boundary Chi Kung to balance their inner and outer physical, mental, and emotional space. This will help them to render negative influences harmless and enhance positive aspects conducive to resolving issues for themselves and their clients.

Upon completion of the above requirements, a practitioner becomes a certified Level II Practitioner and is awarded a Level II Practitioner Certificate. This certificate qualifies the student to provide more complete Level II treatments.

Required hours to complete the Level II Practitioner course:

1. Carry forward 260 hours from Fundamentals: 260 hours
2. Attend two 50-hour Global Body Attitude seminars (structural): 100 hours
3. Complete and document 100 case studies (in addition to Level I case studies): 100 hours
4. Receive 8-10 treatments from a certified Level II practitioner: 8-10 hours
5. Practice classes supervised by a certified Level II or Level III practitioner: 10-15 hours
6. Attend workshop on Fusion of the Five Elements: 15 hours
7. Participate in Iron Shirt Chi Kung workshop: 15 hours