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Tai Chi/Qigong Instructor Certification

Benefits of ATCQA Certification

Credibility: ATCQA Tai Chi/Qigong Certification is not affiliated with any particular school, program, style or lineage. ATCQA provides independent accreditation of Tai Chi/Qigong practitioners and schools.
Authority: Based on the best practice in the industry, ATCQA Tai Chi/Qigong Certification offers a strong proof of your qualifications to the public, including your current or potential students and employers.
Enhance Your Professional Image: As the trade association that is widely recognized not only in the Tai Chi/Qigong industry but also in the broader health and fitness field, ATCQA offers a highly authoritative Tai Chi/Qigong Instructor Certification that distinguishes qualified Tai Chi/Qigong instructors to demonstrate their commitment to the profession and their ability to perform. ATCQA certification programs seek to grow, promote, and develop certified professionals, who can stand out as examples of excellence in the industry.
Show Your Personal Achievement: An ATCQA certified professional has displayed excellence in Tai Chi/Qigong and has fulfilled a set of standards and requirements.
ATCQA certification will serve to improve career opportunities and advancement. Since certification is a voluntary professional commitment to an industry or field of knowledge, it is a clear indicator of your willingness to invest in your own professional development. ATCQA Certified professionals are aware of the constant changing environment around their profession and possess the necessary tools to anticipate and respond to change.
Improve Your Skills and Knowledge: ATCQA certification improves your skills and knowledge, and shows your competence by confirming proficiency and career involvement and assuring knowledge.

Stories from
Certified Instructors/Practitioners

Deirdre Dwyer

How We Have Kept Tai Chi Classes Going in the Pandemic

Sandy Brewer

Our Group Practice of Tai Chi and Qigong During the Pandemic

Dr. Suzanne Droleskey

Teaching Tai Chi Online: Moving from Fear to Competency