Grandmaster Fu Wei Zhong will be teaching all days of Level 4 Seminar this summer.
Emei Qigong Level IV
Level IV is the 20-day Emei Qigong Level 1 Teacher Training.
Level IV students must have a certain level of understanding about the theories, methods and healing techniques of Levels I, II and III and must also have started using them. They must also have the potential of holding national or local seminars.
After a student completes the Level I Teacher Training Course, if he or she chooses to become an Emei Qigong Level I Teacher, he or she will then continue the training to be a teacher under Master Patricia Bolger’s direction at one Level I seminar followed by a second independent Level I seminar.
After students successfully pass all the training, and teach two Level I seminars and pass Grandmaster Fu’s selection criteria, which includes virtue and ability, they will then be certified as “Emei Qigong Level I Teachers”.
General Course Outline:
Wuji Gong form correction
Review Level I theories, methods and energy-‐adjusting techniques
Review Level II theories, calculating the balancing element, and the Grand Method of Transferring Five Elements Energy
Learn new theories regarding Level II material
Master the theories and applied techniques of Levels I, II and III
Training in finding and correcting inaccurate postures and movements
Training in methods of emphasizing the focus of the lecture as well as good lecturing skills
Practicing all the above-‐mentioned techniques and methods in groups
Overall review of Levels I, II and III
Training in the method of adjusting the group energy to do Group Healing
Training in arranging Level I seminars and procedures
Practice arranging seminars
Tuition for Level IV is $5000. Payment is due in full before the seminar begins. This can be made in 3 installments.
Please call Patricia Bolger at 203-500-6492 at your earliest convenience to register and reserve your space.
All Level IV Classes will be held in Connecticut, the specific venue has not been selected.
We will offer information and help about reasonable accommodations if you will be traveling to CT.