Workshops, Retreats & Events
with Sally Chang and Laura O’Loughlin
at Tassajara Zen Mountain Center
May 31 – June 3, 2018 (Thursday – Sunday)
Build resilience and calm with gentle Qigong Moving Meditation from the Wudang Dragon Gate Daoist Tradition. In addition, explore interactive Push Hands practice in a friendly, relational context. Feel freedom within form by nourishing your body and focusing your breath and mind. All levels of experience are welcome, previous experience is not required.
Arrive at Tassajara Zen Mountain Center, nestled in a mountain valley, inland from the Big Sur coast in a remote part of the Ventana Wilderness. Sink into warm, natural hot springs, and fully unplug from your regular daily life. A place steeped in 50 years of Soto Zen practice, let Tassajara feed you and soothe your soul. Embody Qigong wisdom practice together with Zen dharma teachings, while building resiliency, calm and non-aggression through Moving Meditation.
Sally Chang L.Ac. brings over 20 years of martial arts training and is dedicated to the practice of internal cultivation from a Daoist perspective. Her experience as an Acupuncturist and Herbalist also integrates principles of classical Chinese medicine into these self-care practices. Sally brings a warm, focused presence to these healing arts.
Laura O’Loughlin is co-founder and lay teacher at Brooklyn Zen Center. She is a psychotherapist, affiliated with the Buddhist Psychotherapy Collective, with a private practice in Manhattan. As a clinician, Laura uses mindfulness and body-oriented practices to support healing and transformation. Before co-founding Brooklyn Zen Center, Laura had trained and lived in various Buddhist communities since 1997, including Tassajara Zen Mountain Monastery, San Francisco Zen Center, and Austin Zen Center where she served as Director.
Zürich, Switzerland 2017
Tassajara 2016, 2017
Pt Reyes 2016
Homer Alaska 2015, 2016
Sally Chang brings over 20 years of martial arts experience and is dedicated to the practice of internal cultivation from a Daoist perspective. Her experience as an Acupuncturist and Herbalist also integrates principles of classical Chinese medicine into these self-care practices. Sally brings a warm, focused presence to these healing arts. Read more about Sally Chang.
Looking to bring a workshop to your city?
We are thrilled our local community continues to grow. As it flourishes we get request to teach in new locations across the globe. Reach out and let us know where you would like to see us teach a workshop. We still have a few openings for 2016.
Have a question about your practice?
Use our new “Ask Sally” section to get specific answers to your questions about your Taiji or Qi Gong practice.
Great questions arise in class and home practice. Our new “ask Sally” page will feature answers to those questions as they arise.