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Medical Qi Gong Pricing and FAQs

 

Pricing Information*

Medical Qi Gong Treatment Session (60 minutes):  $120

(includes intake, diagnosis, treatment, and teaching of exercises)

 

Private Meditation and / or Qi Gong Exercise Instruction (60 minutes): $60

(cost and class may be shared with up to three total students, if you choose)

 

*Rates do not represent reduced rate schedule.  Please contact us for more information on this option.  (Insurance will not cover medical qi gong treatment.)

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Medical Qi Gong?

 

Qi gong ("chee gong") is one of the five branches of Eastern (Chinese) medicine, which is literally translated as energy work: a fairly broad definition.  Practically, it addresses all levels of the human being and includes moving and non-moving meditation, gentle physical exercise, mindfulness, and others.  

 

Medical Qi Gong is a healing technique based on the principle that the master can channel energy into the patient by means of touch, to activate the natural healing processes of the patient's body and restore physical and emotional well-being. 

 

 

Who is Allowed to Practice Medical Qi Gong?

 

Our Master of Medical Qi Gong (Michelle) has undergone extensive training for 4 years under the direct tutelage of veteran Master Li JunFeng.  Her training began with strengthening and purifying the qi of the physical body.  Once she passed this level, then the qi of the heart and mind was strengthened and purified.  Once she passed this level, then the spirit was refined.  After this, she practiced her healing technique on hundreds of patients prior to being given the blessing of her Master to practice on her own.  Michelle still practices her exercises on a near-daily basis, both privately and with patients and students, since her first lesson with Master Li in 2006.  Michelle's Medical QI Gong training was part of her five-year Master of Eastern Medicine graduate program.

 

It is important to note that Medical Qi Gong, just as with ReiKi, however, is not a regulated medical practice, and so the training of each practitioner varies.