Upcoming Events in 2018
Fusion I, TanTien Chi Kung & Tao Yin Retreat – Tao Garden, Chiang Mai, Thailand
May 27 – June 2, 2018
ABOUT ME AND WHAT I TEACH
MY JOURNEY TO THE TAO
Whether you’re on a spiritual quest, a personal path of emotional self-healing, a journey of restoring your physical well-being or just seeking some natural healing remedies to become a stronger, healthier, energetic individual, these practices can help you.
And I feel so confident in saying this because these practices have also completely transformed my life in all these ways. You can read more about my personal journey, the challenges of my life and how I overcame them with the Tao.
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WHAT MY STUDENTS SAY
I feel something new and very good in myself. 🙂 “
Spring is often associated with taking care of the body. After a long and cold winter season where many didn’t have enough exercise and simply ate too much now is the time to detox. Spring is the time of the liver and it can happen that we feel more liverish, like more anger, frustration, envy or jealous.
Sometimes it’s difficult to know how we really want to change in a new year. It is so much easier to just keep your dreams on the surface, but deep, transformational changes are much harder to realize. We are people of habit, once we have established a bad habit, a life threatening life style, it seems difficult to step out of it.
In the Tao, we believe our spirituality and sexuality are deeply interconnected. Afterall, it is the energy we are created from. The jade egg exercise involves inner energy work a bit similar to the Kegel-like physical practice. Regular use can have many wellness benefits including balancing hormones, regulating cycles, lessening menopausal symptoms, increasing energy, strengthening sexuality and it is actually necessary for a woman’s spiritual development.