Tao Qigong Self-Mastery
Connect and Control Your Energy
Body and Energy Alignment
Sedona Mago’s Tao Qigong Self-Mastery retreat is an in-depth workshop that teaches the development and use of one’s Qi (pronounced chee), the Asian word for the energetic life-force in the body and the universe. You will learn how to connect and control your Qi energy using active movement, deep breathing exercises, and mindful meditation.
By teaching traditional martial arts, dance, and vibrational healing, Mago’s Tao Qigong Self Mastery workshop shows you how to open stagnant chakras, enabling you to heal within and regain physical strength. With focused intention and a daily Qigong practice, you will learn to listen to your body and understand how it responds to thoughts and emotions for your self-awareness to grow exponentially. The ultimate goal? Total self-empowerment.
The Mind-Body Connection
The road to self-mastery takes you on a journey to accepting and accessing your full power. At Sedona Mago we teach you how to do so using the principles of the Tao and the practice of Qigong.
The theory of Tao Qigong has three components: First is Qi, or primal energy, referring to the basic essence from which all life exists.
Second is Nothingness, which encourages you to release all preconceived identities and limiting beliefs that are holding you back. You’ll learn how to empty your thoughts to become open to experiencing the oneness of all existence and become able to receive and embody the full energy of the universe.
The third and final principle is simply to Study. This affirms your commitment to learning the movements and principles of Tao Qigong.
With continued practice, Tao Qigong allows you to develop your ability to sense and direct your energy to achieve your goals. After four days of on-site training on our 173-acres of land, surrounded by Sedona’s healing red rocks, you will feel strengthened, more alive, and energetically balanced.
4 Days, 3 Nights to…
- Connect with nature’s energy
- Direct your energy
- Feel your body’s energy
- Find stillness
- Learn and practice principles of the Tao
- Learn the movements of Qigong
- Manage your energy
- Strengthen your body
- Understand how to sense energy
Joint & Relaxation Exercises: Systemic movements for improvement of circulation
Basic Tao Qigong: Learn breathing techniques to relax the mind and body before going into Qigong training.
Stress Reliever: Activate your Qi with breath work to focus on the natural energy that flows through your body.
Energy Moving Meditation: You’ll learn and practice 12 forms of movements that improve joint circulation.
Balance your body and mind: This moving meditation is a life-enhancing set of movements that express the idea of heaven and Earth. You’ll feel both grounded to the Earth and connected to universal spirit as you connect with the energy of each movement.
Lower Chakra Strengthening: Learn and practice seven forms of lower body training for the hip and spine. You’ll learn how to train the DahnJon (lower energy center) by releasing resistance in the upper body to create strength in your lower body.
For almost two decades, JayJay has guided people in their transformative path by facilitating workshops and teaching self-awareness about body-mind connection. She began practicing Qigong in Korea in 2003 and was hailed a certified black belter of Korean Qigong (Dahn Mu Do) in 2006. She has taught Qigong in Korea in 2003 and then brought her expertise in the US in 2009.
JayJay brings a huge heart and a wealth of personal knowledge when coaching others to help them heal from a place of authenticity, gentleness, and patience. To date, she serves as the manager of Sedona Meditation Center in uptown Sedona, working simultaneously as one of the center’s principal trainers.
Where You’ll Stay
Sedona Mago Center for Well-being and Retreat, located in Northern Arizona, is situated on 173-acres of open land in the midst of the Coconino National Forest. We’re 4,500 feet above sea level and cradled by Sedona’s renowned vortexes and healing red clay rocks. For over 40 years, Sedona Mago has been a destination for healing and transformation.
Mago, is an ancient Korean word that means Mother Earth. And at Sedona Mago we have one central mission: to love humanity and the Earth. This beautiful land has an unmatched magical quality that unfolds the beauty within you. Whatever the reason for your visit, one thing we know for sure: you’ll always get more at Mago.
Tao Qigong Self-Mastery Program Benefits
The tuition with a private room is $1,290.
Rate includes three 45-minute online classes for additional support, plus complimentary access to our Tao Qigong classes.
Registration includes the entire program and full room-and-board.