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


Application of Chansi in the Form


Scan0001Instructor: Harrison Moretz

Sunday October 11th 9:30am – 3:00pm

Spiral movement is the fundamental motion of the Universe.

Chansi jin, silk reeling energy is a core component of the Hun Yuan System.
In the first published book on Taiji Quan the author Chen Xin stated “太極拳,纏絲法也” “Taiji Quan is the Silk reeling method.”

In this workshop the relationship between gong, form and application will be explored with particular emphasis on helping each student find and develop Chansi energy in their own practice.


Taoist Health Practices
Nourishing the Foundation



Instructor: Harrison Moretz

Fri, Oct. 9th 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Taoist Health Practices is a series of special topics that will present methods of nourishing health and vitality.

The health of the kidneys is expressed in the vitality of the legs.
In this class participants will learn methods for increasing the vitality of the kidneys and nourishing the legs and feet.

Swimming Dragon
Mini- Workshop

Instructor: Harrison Moretz
Fri Oct. 16, 6:00 pm –7:30 pm

 Swimming Dragon is an elegantly designed Taoist qigong method from Hua Mountain.

As well as nourishing the qi and opening the channels it is especially good for the spine, the endocrine and lymphatic systems. With regular practice it strengthens the kidneys, promotes organ health, nourishes the skin and regulates weight


Listening & Awareness


Instructor: Harrison Moretz
Sunday Oct. 18th 9:30 – 3:30pm

The harmonious integration of the self is fundamental to the successful practice of the internal arts

Extending this integration and connectivity to external interactions is the application. In this workshop participants will learn methods to cultivate these aspects in solo practice and to apply them in two person listening and awareness exercises.