Fostering the Taoist tradition through cultivation, education, & the Arts



Daoist Silent Meditation Retreat

April 17, 6:00 pm – April 20, 4:00 pm

Instructor : Harrison Moretz



心齋 – 坐忘

Fasting of the Mind , Sitting and Forgetting

Cultivating stillness is the foundation of Taoist practice. Fasting from speech and sitting and forgetting reveals the underlying stillness – the ground of the heart-mind. Speech is the outer expression of the chatter of the mind. The chatter of the mind obscures ones true nature.

This retreat is an opportunity to leave behind the everyday worries and cares of the world, nourish vitality, and cultivate the spiritual nature. The retreat will be primarily silent with daily instruction.



Building Gong Fu

Instructor: Joseph Pau
Sunday,  April 20th
9:30am – Noon

images.2We will be practicing Standing meditation, two moves from the Hunyuan Gong set, two moves from the Chansi Gong set and the closing series of self-massage.
The main teacher for this workshop will be the moves themselves with supplemental pointers given during practice. This workshop will only be open to students who have accumulated at least 100hrs. of practice. If you are not sure, ask the instructor if this workshop is suitable for you.

Please make sure that your email address is on the sign-up sheet if this is your first workshop, as instructions for the workshop will be emailed to you the day before.






Taijiquan & Qigong Principles & Practice


Instructor: Harrison Moretz

Sunday April 27, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm


An in depth explanation of the principles that underlie the practice of Taijiquan and Qigong.

Emphasis will be on deepening skill as well as understanding the underlying principles of practice.