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

Certified Instructor Training

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.  Your personal physical and emotional shifts become first-hand experiences in the power of the Dragon’s Way Qigong system.  As your body adjusts and becomes more balanced, you’ll connect to deeper levels of healing wisdom that your body holds.

We encourage anyone with an interest in natural healing to apply to this program.  We will help you understand how to best practice Qigong, develop eating habits that rebalance the digestive system, and understand why certain body signals are signs of imbalances rather than illness.  We’ll also guide you in how to use certain herbal supplements for additional support. Research supports our claim that Dragon’s Way Qigong can greatly reduce stress, and resolve numerous health issues.

We are pleased to offer a variety of Continuing Education Credits From several prestigious institutions. 

30 CMEs through University of Buffalo (Medical Doctors)

30 PDAs available through NCCAOM (Acupuncturists)

30 NBHWC CEs (Board Certified Health and Wellness Coaches)

16 ICF Credits (Health Coaches)

A growing body of peer-reviewed, evidence-based research published within the last two decades supports the effectiveness of using mind-body interventions like Qigong, Taiji, and meditation to alleviate physical and emotional conditions. Now more than ever, physicians and other Western medical professionals acknowledge that these spiritually-based energy practices have a measurable and significant effect on both mental health and the body’s health, and that the two are undeniably interconnected.
To this end, our longtime continuing education partner, the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University at Buffalo, recently approved 30 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits (ACCME-approved continuing medical education credits) for the Dragon’sWay Qigong instructor training.

We are excited to encourage Western medical professionals to explore this promising avenue of facilitating wellness through natural, mind-body methods. The following medical practitioners can receive AMA PRA Category 1 Credits (CMEs)
accredited by ACCME:  MDs and DOs; nurse practitioners and registered nurses (board-certified through ANCC and AANP); physician assistants (board-certified through NCCPA, also check with state licensing board); certified nurse midwives (board-certified through AMCB & ACNM), most naturopaths,
some physical therapists, occupational therapists, social workers and psychologists (check with your state board to see if they accept ACCME accredited continuing education credits).

About Dragon's Way Qigong® Instructor Training

The comprehensive nature of  the Dragon’s Way Qigong system focuses on all areas of life. From Qigong practice to healthy eating you’ll increase your energy levels, and improve your digestion. You’ll feel internal shifts you never thought possible. You’ll learn how to understand your body from a Five Element Consciousness framework so every sign becomes an opportunity to tune into the body’s natural healing ability. Herbal supplements are suggested as an extra means of support.

Energy levels increase and closing energy leaks becomes second nature.  Emotions are more balanced and the spirit of who you are begins to shine. Combined, all these areas set the stage for what some have called miracles.  The only miracle is the fact that the body’s natural healing wisdom has been discovered.  Use these gifts for yourself, your family and teach others.

Certification is a must if you wish to teach Dragon’s Way Qigong

When you successfully complete the process, you will receive Grand Master Lu’s permission to energetically and spiritually carry the Dragon’s Way Qigong message.

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 Dragon’s Way Qigong.

Our requirements for training:

  • Openness to explore a renewed relationship with your body. 
  • Desire to learn the Five Element Consciousness Framework.
  • Willingness to accept the body has healing potential.

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.

  • 30 CMEs through University of Buffalo (Medical Doctors)
  • 30 PDAs available through NCCAOM (Acupuncturists)
  • 30 NBHWC CEs (Board Certified Health and Wellness Coaches)
  • 16 ICF Credits (Health Coaches)

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