Masters Training: Overview

With the third year training, the practice of Shamanic Chinese Medicine/Medical Qigong is taken to a whole new level, challenging the student to radically transform body, mind and spirit in their quest for Mastery. Students work to further develop their inner knowing and outer senses, to gain the deep wisdom and understanding necessary to be truly great healers.

Live, Online Classes: 2024 - 2025
Current Class 2023 - 2024
  • SCMM 12 Lecture only, 9:00 to 11:00 AM Pacific Time each day: April 27th, May 19 and 26 , 2024. ALL RECORDED
  • SCMM 12 : June 10 - 14, 2024 in person Vancouver
  • CLINIC:  June 21 - 23,  2024, FULL DAYS
Upcoming  Class 2024 - 2025
  • SCMM 9 A: Oct. 16 - 20, 2024
  • SCMM 9 B: Nov. 27 - Dec. 1,  2024
  • SCMM 11 : April 9 - 13, 2025 
  • SCMM 11 : May 28 - June 1, 2025 
  • CLINIC:  June 20 - 22,  2024, FULL DAYS
SCMM 10 and 12 will be offered again in 2024 - 2025

Shamanic Chinese Medicine and Medical Qigong Certificates are awarded by Empty Mountain Institute upon completion of requirements. Find out more about the certification requirements. Masters of Shamanic Chinese Medicine certification requires these additional courses: Channeling II or Mediumship and Light Body Meditation Awakening Series.

Prerequisite: The prerequisite for the Masters of Shamanic Chinese Medicine (MSCM) program is having attended the Practitioner and Therapist programs.

  • 1000 hr Master's Program
  • Eight x 5 half day seminars plus 3 day clinic.
  • $995.00 Tuition per seminar, Clinic cost$125 per day, with payment plans available (not including extra required courses)  

We will utilize Chinese Energetic Medicinevolumes 1-5, by Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson 

Detailed Course Descriptions

Seminar M9: Introduction to Chinese Energetic Alchemy

This ninth seminar is designed to introduce students to the Study of the Daoist Three Outer Forces (Heaven, Earth, and Man).

Course content will include:

  • The influences of energy, food and diet on the human body
  • Prenatal and postnatal jing, qi and shen
  • The body’s energetic internal structures
  • The five spiritual aspects of the 5 yin organs
  • Advanced shengong cultivation methods
  • The 6 transportation’s of shen
  • The 8 supernatural powers
  • Soul projection, spirit projection and energy projection

Seminar M10: Energetic Anatomy and Physiology

This tenth seminar works with the five dominions of energy, energetic embryology, and TCM theory from a Shamanic Chinese Medicine perspective. Students gain a deeper understanding of the body's emotional, psychological and energetic structures.

Course content will include:

  • Energy, matter and spiritual interactions
  • The five energies of the human body
  • The three Dantians
  • Yin and yang divisions
  • Nine chambers and center Taiji Pole
  • The twelve primary channels and interacting organs
  • The eight extraordinary vessels and their functions
  • The function of the body’s energetic points
  • The extraordinary yang organs

Objective: Students will have a  matrix through an overview of the major principles and foundational structures that govern medical qigong therapy.

Seminar M11: Treatment of Cancer with Medical Qigong Therapy (II)

This eleventh seminar is designed to further the students understanding of to the study of the treatment of various types of cancers and tumor formations.

Course content will include:

  • Emission therapy for the treatment of bone cancer, myeloma, leukemia, lymphoma, and skin cancer
  • Radiation and chemotherapy
  • Medical Qigong and surgery
  • Diet and nutrition
  • Social oncology
  • Oncology Clinic

Seminar M12: Spiritual Disorders

In the twelfth seminar, students focus on the lower spiritual dimensions and interactions with the darker beings that are the cause of disease.

Course content will include:

  • Sorcery and psychic attacks
  • Defending against psychic attacks
  • Encounters with ghosts and spirit entities
  • Dealing with demonic and evil spirit oppression and possession
  • Exorcism
Clinical Internship

Students will have an opportunity to practice their skills as healers on the general publicby giving treatments and prescribing exercises and meditations, in an intensive three-day clinic practicum.  All level of students participate together, with the  Masters students leading the sessions and sharing their wisdom with the Therapist and Practitioner levels. 

“A man with outward courage dares to die; a man with inner courage dares to live.”
― Lao TzuTao Te Ching