Course introduction

Taichi Shibashi - Qi Gong

with Peter Deadman

Taichi shibashi qigong is one of the most popular qigong forms practised throughout the world. It is ideal both for beginners and for experienced qigong practitioners and will help promote physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing.

Live Online Course

(unlimited access)

  • watch and rewind video as often as you like

  • learn at your own pace

  • 11 CEU credits (EMR, TCM-Fachverband and ASA)

  • Multiple-Choice Exam at the end of the course

  • ask your questions to your lecturer by e-mail

  • course duration 11¼ h

  • course fee CHF 550.-

This course is suitable for:

  • TCM Physicians

    For this course there is no herbal knowledge required

  • Qi Gong Enthusiasts

    All other professionals who want to experience a basic understanding and a practical approach to baduanjin qigong

Course snippet

Course overview

  • 1


    • Taichi shibashi qigong handout (printable)

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    Taichi Shibashi Qi Gong

    • What is qigong

    • Introduction to taichi qigong

    • Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8

    • Holding central channel

    • Breathing practice

    • Standing qigong

    • Free flow (2)

    • Stopping before completion (3.5)

    • Proprioception

    • Turning the waist

    • Synchronicity (2)

    • Moving the body as an integrated whole (3.5)

    • The tongue (3)

    • Relaxing the chest (2)

    • Releasing the shoulders (3)

    • Not locking the elbows and knees (2)

    • The hands (2.5)

    • Lengthening through the hips and groins

    • History of qigong - part 1

    • History of qigong - part 2

    • Knee health (3.5)

    • Clothing (3.5)

    • Playing with yin and yang

    • Wuji

    • Regulating the ind and emotions reduced

    • Quiz

Learn the basics of
taichi qi gong

This course is great for beginners or interested TCM practicioners.

About the lecturer

Peter Deadman

Peter Deadman has worked in the field of health promotion for over fifty years. After founding a natural foods business and a health promotion charity, he moved into Chinese medicine, studying and practising first acupuncture then herbal medicine. He founded The Journal of Chinese Medicine, is co-author of A Manual of Acupuncture and author of Live Well Live Long: Teachings from the Chinese Nourishment of Life Tradition and has taught Chinese medicine, yangsheng (nourishment of life) and qigong all over the world.