Support content for the shorter Instructor and nursing courses. These DF courses will provide basic insights and skills and are combined with courses in BW01 comparative anatomy and physiology introduction, and BS01 Basic science for full certification. These modules have to be followed only once for all the Daoland fasttracks. 

many aspects of the courses can be learned through streamed video learning. 

Al you have to do is select your preferred module and sign up for the relevant code to get to work.

Course with video learning, streaming classes, apprenticeship, reporting , add your conclusions to your part of the colaborative wiki for the grassroot program. 

This course combines with:

  1. Introduction science of comparative biologies
  2. Daoland Healthcare manual 1

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Theoretical introduction into the philosophy and principles of the fasttrack program and the foundation for all Daoland healthcare principles. 

The text is an adaptation of the manual for users of the daoland program, to help clarify aspects of the program to instructors in training. 

This open text is visible to all registered users. When you have participants in your classes or massage or rejuvenation practice you can have them registered to read this text. 

This module will guide you through the requirements and ideas behind the Daoland Neidan sports program. It can be followed in combination with the Daoland Yangsheng module and Basic Theories of comparatieve anatomy and physiology of which the first chapters are required and included in this course. 

this program is an essential part of the Daoland Zhenwu Sports fasttrack [program and also serves as an introduction additional to the Basic theories program in preparation for the Master teacher of Wudang taiji sports. It can also be combined wioth the module Wudang Spiritual Warrior.

students participating in a wudang taiji 13 class

In this course simple physiological principles are discussed and some additional topics that can be helpful in instructing your group members. 

Examination takes place in the form of a final paper of 25 pages which includes your apprenticeship and study rapportage. The course can be completed in as little as 6 months. Your practice can be learned through video learning and corrective video conferencing and streaming video classes. 

The expected study load is light because the Daoland instructor course are intended to be grasroot practice. The grasroot practice is a good means to develop your own health and learn simple switches in the managmenert of your physiology and emotions. The theory offers you talking subjects in your class, but it also has to help you develop an appreciation for the profession of instructor as different from teacher or master. In higher levels your content studies ties you deeper to deep theory and responsibility. This practice roots you firmly in discipline and altruist sharing as both Confucians and Daoist see it. 


In this set of modules you learn theory and practice of massage at a grassroot level. The massages involved are:

  1. Daoland chairmassage
  2. Daoland mobilisation massage (basics of Tuina)
  3. Daoland oil massage (detox massage and lympf drainage)
  4. Daoland pressure point massage
  5. Daoland facial enhancement massage
  6. 6 Daoland foot massage methods

Two students performing mobilisation massage











In this theoretical program you learn about context recquired for offering massage on a professional caretaker level. It can be combined with the bachelor module Basic Theories of Comparative Anatomy and Physiology. For therapeutic use in professional setting we refer to the Bachelor-Master program. 

Topics in this module cover historical context and methodical context you require to work on a grassroot level or offer massage on a family application level.