Tao Mindfulness Meditation Retreat provides tools, inspiration, and guidance to begin or enhance a meditation practice.
Practicum is focused on a variety of mindfulness exercises, as well as holistic exercises based on martial arts and ancient Tao yoga energy practices.
During the Tao Mediation Retreat, you will learn key exercises for mindful living, and recovering your ideal health and happiness.
When the physical and energy bodies are in alignment, one can meditate naturally and with ease. Awaken your body’s energy system through Tao mindfulness meditation techniques.
- Tao energy “yoga” practices
- Reflective meditation
- Tapping meditation
- Visualization meditation
Through an array of practices and principles, unlock your true potential and discover the transformative power of meditation in Sedona.
This weekend Tao Meditation Retreat is ideal for beginners or intermediate meditation practitioners. You will be provided with a balance of instruction, group and individual meditation, and free time for relaxation in nature.
Instructor: Sayong Kim
Sayong Kim became the COO of Sedona Mago Retreat in 2002. Earlier in his life, Sayong developed sciatic neuralgia and suffered with back pain for over ten years. While various Western and Eastern healing modalities helped, they could not cure his pain. He started practicing Dahn Yoga in Korea, (now called Body and Brain Yoga), and his back healed in less than three months. This changed the course of his life. He quit the Ph.D. course he was enrolled in and set out to become an instructor of the Tao Healing Practice. While practicing Body and Brain Yoga in Korea, he heard about Sedona and came to Sedona Mago Retreat for the first time in 1996. Ilchi Lee, Dahn Yoga founder and the author of The Call of Sedona, was his guide at the time and Sayong was very impressed with his teachings. He worked for Body and Brain Yoga as a Dahn master and program trainer in Phoenix before accepting the position as COO of Sedona Mago Retreat. Sayong understood that the activities of this non-profit organization could help people to live happier and healthier lives.
Sayong’s goal is to share Tao principles and practices and to develop Sedona Mago Retreat into the top retreat center in the country.