Shamanic Chinese Medicine Therapist Trainings: Overview

Schedule for Therapist Training Series in Vancouver, BC in 2017 - 2018:

  • Seminar 8: May 24 - 28, 2017
  • Clinical Internship: June 9 - 11, 2017
  • Seminar 5: Sept. 6 – 10, 2017
  • Seminar 7: March 7 – 11, 2018
  • Clinical Internship: June 15 - 17

This very exciting 500 hour program leads to Shamanic Chinese Medicine Therapist certification from the Empty Mountain Institute. Students broaden and deepen their knowledge and understanding of Shamanic Chinese Medicine through advanced exercises, meditation and healing techniques. These seminars bring the participants to a new level of self-mastery as they exponentially increase their skill and ability as healing practitioners.

An Empty Mountain Certificate is awarded upon seminar completion of requirements. 

Prerequisite: The prerequisite for the Shamanic Chinese medicine Therapist (SCMT) program is having attended the Shamanic Chinese Medicine Practitioner training.

  • 500 hr Therapist Program
  • Leads to the Masters and Program
  • Four x 5 day seminars plus 3 day clinic
  • $3,870 Tuition with payment plans available

We will utilize Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy volumes 1-5, by Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson Ph.D., D.T.C.M., D.M.Q. (China), founder of the International Institute of Medical Qigong. Texts available in the online store or by contacting us.

SCM Training: Detailed Course Descriptions

Seminar 5T: Perceptual Diagnosis

This fifth seminar focuses on more sensory, intuitive, and perceptual skills used in Shamanic Chinese Medicine for the diagnosis and treatment of patients.

Course content will include:

  • Intuitive and perceptual Qi diagnosis
  • Diagnosis based on flat palm detection (hand sensing)
  • Diagnosis based on kinesthetic and empathic Qi absorption
  • Hand diagnosis based on body association
  • Diagnosis by observing aura fields
  • Diagnosis based on intention
  • Long distance Medical Qigong Therapy
  • Faith projection
  • Negative thought projections and Shamanic Chinese Medicine
  • Adjunct shamanic healing tools


Seminar 6T: Dao Yin and Qi Deviations

This sixth seminar is designed to go into more depth with Respiratory Dao Yin, Postural Dao Yin, and Mental Dao Yin training.  Understanding and treating mental/emotional disorders and deviations of the psyche. Also beginning "space clearing".

Course content will include:

  • The study of the internal principles of MQ and SCM:
    • postural Dao Yin training
    • respiratory Dao Yin training
    • mental Dao Yin training
  • Rectifying qi deviations occurring from improper qigong training
  • Dealing with psychic attacks using mantras for protection
  • Encounters with ghosts & spirit entities
  • Treating demon & spirit oppression & possession part one
  • Clearing ghosts and entities from homes etc.



Seminar 7T: Shamanic Chinese Medicine Therapy for Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Gynecology, Neurology, and Psychology

This seventh focuses on specialized treatments in the areas of Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Gynecology, Neurology and Psychlolgy.   

Course content will include:

  • Understanding Pediatric with prescriptions for children
  • Understanding Geriatrics with prescriptions for the elderly
  • Understanding gynecological diseases
  • Menstrual complications
  • Treatment protocols for menopause
  • Stroke, Coma, Paralysis, MS)
  • Self treatment prescriptions for psycho-emotional disorders
  • Treating emotional anxieties, phobias, and addictions
  • Treating phobias and depression using the “Windows of the Sky" points
  • Live Clinic


Seminar 8T: Introduction to Treatment of Cancer with Shamanic Chinese Medicine Therapy (I)

This eighth seminar is part one of the study and treatment of various types of cancers and tumor formations. At the Master of Medical Qigong training level, the study of the treatment of various types of cancers and tumor formations will be explored further. 

Course content will include:

  • Understanding cyst, tumor and cancer formation
  • The multifaceted causes of cyst, tumor and cancer formations
  • Categorization of cysts and tumors according to Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • SCM and MQ approach to cancer prescriptions
  • Treatment Protocols and Prescriptions for brain tumors, breast cysts tumors and cancer, uterine tumors and cancer, cervical cancer, ovarian cysts, prostate cancer, lung cancer, and colon and rectal cancer
  • Live Oncology Clinic


Clinical Internship

Students will have an opportunity to practice advanced theories and clinical modalities of internal organ treatment, as well as the Medical Qigong exercises and meditations, in an intensive three-day clinic practicum.  All level of students participate together and the more experienced Masters students share their wisdom with the Therapist and Practitioner levels. 

Stillness and action are relative, not absolute, principles. It is important to find a balance of yin and yang, not just in qigong, but in everyday life. In movement, seek stillness and rest. In rest, be mindful and attentive. ~Ken Cohen