"The best doctor concentrates on prevention instead of fixing disease.”  - Nei Jing (475-221 B.C.E.)

Become a Certified Instructor

Are you ready to become a Dragon's Way Qigong® instructor? Experience the exciting process of transformation and self-discovery, then bring the program to your area.

You are the key element in the training process. Through your personal transformation, you will experience the power of Dragon’s Way Qigong healing. As your body adjusts and becomes balanced, you will understand the true healing potential of your body and be able to share this time-tested system with others. We encourage anyone with an interest in Qigong practice and Chinese medicine teachings to apply to this program.  We will help you apply these teaching to your life and to the lives of others. Research supports our claim that Dragon’s Way Qigong can greatly reduces stress, and helps the body resolve numerous health issues.  30 PDAs available through NCCAOM.

About Dragon's Way Qigong® Instructor Training

To become an inspiring instructor, first-hand experience is key. We teach you the fundamentals of the program, guide you to feel the shifts, and to understand your body from a Five Element Consciousness framework. This training includes all areas of your life including how to eat, how to analyse your emotions, how to listen to the body’s messages, how to recognize your energy levels, and how to use herbal supplements for balance.

This training qualifies you to:

  • Correctly demonstrate ten Wu Ming Qigong movements.  (Since this is an energy-based system, properly demonstrating these energy movements is essential.)
  • Guide clients to apply wellness practices based on traditional Chinese medicine’s preventative theories..
  • Understand and teach how to decipher messages that the body sends on a continual basis.
  • Guide clients to understand the impact emotions have on their overall well-being.
  • Use healthy eating strategies for healing.
  • Offer classes in your community.
  • Receive Grand Master Lu’s permission to energetically and spiritually carry the Dragon’s Way Qigong message.

30 PDAs through NCCAOM available.

Prior to receiving certification to teach Dragon’s Way Qigong, all instructors in training will have their energy development evaluated by Grand Master Nan Lu, in his role as Qigong master. Depending on your readiness, he will grant you permission to teach this energy system.

Our requirements for training:

  • Openness to explore a renewed relationship with your energy body. 
  • Passion and a willingness to grow.
  • Commitment to make Qigong part of your everyday life.
  • Commitment to attend each training session.

As a certified instructor, you will be able to take this powerful program to your community, incorporate it into your current practice or simply begin a new career. Yes, this program has the potential to help you make a living while helping others step into a whole new way of living life more fully. It’s a win-win for everyone!!

We attract people from a broad range of professions including nurses, body-workers, doctors, acupuncturists, social workers, psychologists, Life Coaches, Qigong instructors, and individuals seeking a new professional path.

Key components of Instructor Training include:

  • Building and maintaining a healthy energy foundation
  • Correctly demonstrating Ten Wu Ming Qigong movements
  • Basic theories of Taoist healing and traditional Chinese medicine
  • Understanding the relationship between the five major organ systems
  • Basic principles of Chinese psychology
  • The role emotions play in unbalancing the body
  • Understanding the relationships between the five major organ systems
  • Healing properties of foods and herbs, and how to apply them
  • How to cook healing foods
  • Understanding the function and role of classical herbs in the Dragon’s Way Qigong® program
  • How to interpret the signals the body uses to communicate
  • Maintaining a balanced body
  • How to teach basic theories in an engaging manner
  • How to relate to your students/clients to maximize results
  • How to answer student questions from a TCM perspective
  • Practical tips for organizing and promoting your six-week program