Building on the basic Gong Fu Sports Medicine class, these three advanced modules further hone the practitioner’s ability to treat injuries and orthopedic conditions with traditional Chinese medicine. This course offers 8 continuing education credits (CEU / PDA / CPD).
Online Learning Programs with Tom Bisio
Internal Martial Arts, Nei Gong & Chinese Medicine
Revival Techniques Emergency Medicine for Sports and Martial Arts Enroll now Join acupuncturist and veteran martial artist Tom Bisio as he presents the theory and practice of revival techniques, and the use of acupuncture points for a variety of martial arts and sport injuries as well as emergency situations.
Tooth From the Tiger’s Mouth: Gong Fu Sports Medicine Treatment of Injuries with Chinese Medicine with Tom Bisio Based on the bestseller This online course is based on the bestselling book: A Tooth From the Tiger’s Mouth by Tom Bisio.
Five Element Qi Gong is a complete system of self-healing and disease prevention that is deeply rooted in Daoist traditions of promoting health and internal harmony.
This unique Qi Gong practice combines breath regulation and movement with sound and vibration to harmonize the internal organs, prevent illness and dispel illness. Each sound and movement pattern connects directly to a different internal organ.
Learn the real Art of Ba Gua Zhang through this organized and systematic training program, designed to enable you to build a strong foundation in Ba Gua Zhang by mastering the essential internal exercises and training methods that form the basis of the this unique art.
The Intermediate Level focuses on the Eight Basic Palm Changes (The "Old Eight Palm") , the "heart" of Ba Gua Zhang, detailing their myriad applications for Health and Self-Defense.
Xing Yi Nei Gong offers a daily health regime suitable for almost anyone. Practiced regularly, Xing Yi Nei Gong will improve your health, increase flexibility, and help you to develop resilience and refined inner strength.
In this series of four videos Xing Yi Master Song Zhi Yong demonstrates the four Tu Na (Breath Regulation) Exercises) that are an essential part of the internal practice of Shanxi Xing Yi Quan, as passed down by Master Li Gui Chang.