Scenic overlook of Meditation Lake at Sedona Mago Retreat

Meet the Team

ByukWoon, Headmaster

Byukwoon, HeadmasterHeadmaster ByukWoon embodies the Sundo, an ancient root of Tao tradition and serves as our spiritual leader at Sedona Mago Retreat. Throughout his life, ByukWoon has studied ancient mind-body training methods and has dedicated the last 30 years to his practice and sharing it with people around the world. His focus and desire has always been to awaken the divinity in people and to heal.


Genia Sullivan, Program Director

Genia SullivanGenia oversees the development and running of the Tao Meditation and Energize Your Chakras Retreats. Genia has been studying Tao methods since 1999 and has taught self-awareness through meditation in the U.S. and Europe. She was born and raised on the East Coast of the U.S. and holds a Master's Degree in Pastoral Ministry from Boston College.


Juniper Dahn, Program Director

Juniper DahnJuniper Dahn, Tao Master and Healer, is Program Director for Revitalizing Detox, Holistic Health Journey, and Tao Lifestyle at Sedona Mago Retreat. She has been studying and practicing the Tao philosophy for over 20 years. She is a graduate of Qigong Healing, Tao Instructor Training, and Tao Master Training. For over 16 years, Juniper has been helping and teaching others live in balance through meditation, breathing and nutrition.


Chun Shim, Regional Coordinator

ChunShimChun Shim is the regional coordinator for Sedona Mago Retreat in Central Arizona and the manager of the Tao Healing Center in Chandler, Arizona. She has been a master healer, teacher, workshop trainer, and holistic life consultant for individuals and groups for almost two decades. Facilitating various workshops such as Chakra Healing, Finding True Self, and From Stress To Strength, Chum Shim educates people on how to connect and heal the physical body, the energy body, and the spiritual body.


Marie Seong, Program Director

Marie SeongMarie Seong leads the advanced level trainings and ceremonies at Sedona Mago Retreat. Marie began her practice in 1997, when modern medicine did not relieve her chronic pains. Through energy trainings and principles of Tao, her body healed and her mind was stronger. Marie dedicated her life to sharing her experience with others. Marie has been leading trainings at Sedona Mago Retreat and around the U.S. for 13 years.


Han Myung, Program Trainer

Han MyungHan Myung is one of the Tao Masters and Trainers of Tao Fellowship. She assists the advanced level trainings and ceremonies at Sedona Mago Retreat. She teaches Tao classes and offers healing sessions. Han Myung began her practice in 2003 and used her Tao training in self-healing and energy training to heal her herniated disc. In 2005, Han Myung received her spiritual name, which means 'Eternal Life' or 'Life of Oneness.'


Jay Stinnett, Global Event Coordinator

Jay StinnettAs Global Retreat Coordinator, Jay assists groups with the planning and facilitation of the retreats and meetings. He collaborates with talented speakers and trainers showing how they can use Sedona Mago Retreat’s unique features to enhance their presentations. An international retreat facilitator for over 35 years, Jay’s vocation is helping teachers provide a retreat experience that their students will remember for life.


Michelle Dubé, Public Relations and Sales

Michelle DubeMichelle engages and informs the public of Sedona Mago Retreat programs and special events. She is responsible for social media and onsite marketing. With over 20+ years as a successful Senior Account Executive in mainstream media, and over 10 years of experience in energy and spiritual growth, Michelle offers a special insight to healing and energy modalities.


Barbara Thomiszer, Donor Relations Coordinator

Barbara  ThomiszerAs Donor Relations Coordinator, Barbara communicates regular updates to Tao Fellowship’s donors. She coordinates the direction for increased sustainability at Sedona Mago Retreat and facilitates donation initiatives to support this direction.  Her experience and interest in preserving Earth's resources greatly supports the mission of Tao Fellowship and Sedona Mago Retreat.