Daoism offers a variety of methods and means toward health and happiness. It is a rich tradition, one native to China which spans millennia. Over the course of time various practices have been incorporated into the Daoist experience. Some of these are well known in the west, like qigong, taiji, and other martial arts forms. There are also the various meditation techniques that are specifically Daoist. In addition to these there are many other ways of being that exemplify Daoist ideology, through the arts, music, etc.
I am an ordained Priest in two mountain lineages, Qingcheng and Wudang mountains, in the Longmen sect of Quanzhen Daoism. I return to these mountains annually to study meditation, various Daoist arts and practices, and medicine. I take students with me as well. If you are interested in pursuing a study of any of these, please contact me for information on how to do so.
My Wudang teacher 黃成佳 under whom I am a 25th generation priest 裴信堅.
My Qingcheng teacher 張明心 under whom I am a 22nd generation priest 裴理文.