The Infinichi Program
Infinichi Institute International was inspired by the teachings of Integral Way of Taoist lineage Master Ni Hua Ching. The institute offers professional level training in chi healing (Qigong), leading to certification as a Certified InfiniChi Practitioner (C.I.P.)
This program is designed to develop your energetic healing abilities as a professional Chi Practitioner, utilizing the Ni family books, along with standard texts for Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qigong and Chinese Bodywork. It features a progressive systematic program that nurtures understanding, facilitates skill development, and promotes self-growth. More about the InfiniChi Program …
Arnold Tayam – Dean
Prof., D.M.Q. (China), Tai Chi & Bagua lineage Instructor-Shifu, Taoist Mentor.
Maoshing Ni – Chancellor
D.O.M., L.Ac., Ph.D, Dipl.C.H., Vice President & Co-founder of Yosan University.
The residential intensives combined with homework assignments and daily practice are designed to allow for students to experience the energy. Emphasis will be on practical “hands-on” experience first developing a “feel” for the energy in oneself, then applying the energy in oneself to heal others.
The base program is divided up into three levels with 5 parts:
Level One: Foundation
Level Two: Transition – A and B
Level Three: Application – A and B
Residential intensives will last for two days and students will be given complete lesson programs to follow between intensives. Completion of the entire program can take anywhere from 18 to 36 months, depending on the individual’s progress, but each intensive is designed to be complete within itself.
New Level III A & B Seminar
These classes address TCM protocols and Advanced Medical Qigong and were originally two weekend classes; they are streamlined into a 3-day weekend seminar for acupuncturists and acupuncture students.
Prerequisites: Acupuncturists or acupuncture students that have completed InfiniChi 2B
NOTE: There is no Qi credit but these two classes will complete the course work for InfiniChi certification. There are no C.E.U.’s for this course due to the change in California Law regarding credit for Qigong.
September 21, 22, 23, 2012
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
YO SAN UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES, (Seven Star Room)
9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuition: $800 discounted fee if prepay by August 21, 2012;
$900 fee if pay after August 21, 2012 ($850 for Yo San students and affiliates)
Discounted fee offered to repeat students – please inquire
Required: 10% ($90) non-refundable down payment by July 21, 2012 to reserve enrollment.Register now