Fostering the Taoist tradition through Cultivation, Education, and the Arts


 Nourishing the Genuine


  Instructor: Harrison Moretz

5 Class Series Starts

Monday October 31st 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Class meets: 10/31, 11/14, 11/21, 12/12

The foundation of Daoist cultivation is the context,
the view of the Dao

In beginning the Study of the Dao it is difficult to know where to start. The foundation of Daoist cultivation is the context,the view of the Dao. The Yang Zhen Ji is a marvelous compendium of Daoist writing that systematically presents both the language and context of Daoist cultivation.

Taiji Classics I

A Practical Introduction


Instructor: Harrison Moretz

Sunday October 30th

This intensive is a introduction to the classical writings on Tai Ji Quan and their practical application. We will explore their meaning and embodiment in our own practice.

The classical writings on Taiji contain both the essential philosophical context of Taiji and practical keys to deepening practice. In this class we will examine the writings and learn how to directly apply them in practice.

Chansi Gong Workshop


 Sunday November 20th

9:30 – Noon

Instructor: Joseph Pau

In this workshop, we will examine the underlying principles of silk reeling and break down several of the exercises, exploring them in detail.

Chansi Gong systematically opens the joints, circulates qi throughout the channels and develops and coordinates the taiji energies in the body. Silk reeling is taiji expressed in the interactive movement of yin and yang linking and integrating the entire body.