Master Mantak Chia is the creator of Universal Healing Tao System, Healing Tao & Tao Yoga and is the director of the Universal Healing Tao Center and Tao Garden Health Spa & Resort in the beautiful northern countryside of Chiang Mai, Thailand. Since childhood he has been studying the Taoist approach to life. His mastery of this ancient knowledge, enhanced by his study of other disciplines, has resulted in the development of the Universal Healing Tao System which is now being taught throughout the world.
The Universal Healing Tao serves to empower and harmonize an individual, regardless of religious or philosophical commitment. Taoist practices encompass all levels of life, making it one of the more practical spiritual practices. The goals are self-mastery and spiritual independence. In the Universal Healing Tao System, Tai Chi and Chi Kung are taught to improve and develop the physical body and spirit. The inner alchemy of the Taoist practices deals with chi and the emotions; whereby, one learns how to transform negative emotions into positive emotions with the Inner Smile. Through the Healing Love practices, we learn to transform the sexual energy with love and compassion into love and light force for self-healing and spiritual growth. There are many wonderful practices in the Universal Healing Tao System so that every aspect of our life can be tuned-up for health, happiness and fulfillment of our innate spiritual nature.
Private lessons of the Universal Healing Tao System practice are available with our instructors. As the Universal Healing Tao System includes different ranges of meditation ask to your personal instructor to tailor a personal program for your needs.
The following Basic Techiques are taught in morning and night groups:
- Simple Chi Kung
- Tai Chi Chi Kung
- Tao Yin – Chinese Yoga
- Meditation – Inner Smile or Six Healing Sounds
Tao Garden trains Spa Massage Practitioners, Healers and Medical Practitioners from all over the world for the abdominal massage Chi Nei Tsang – Reproductive system detox, Chi Kung for healing and Medical Chi Kung. The Retreat schedule is available on the Tao Garden Reception.