Welcome to The Practice Tradition of MogaDao and The School of DaochanMogaDao Qigong, MogaDao 5-Element Yoga, Inward Honing and Daochan Meditation, Heartmind Warrior Training, and MogaDao Sacred Daoist Sexuality
MogaDao: The Way of Complete Harmony, refers to the five disciplines—MogaDao Qigong, MogaDao 5-Element Yoga, Inward Honing and Daochan Meditation, Heartmind Warrior Training, and MogaDao Sacred Daoist Sexuality—which are the practices of the spiritual school of Daochan. Daochan is the name that Zhenzan Dao has conceived for the reunification of Daoism (naturalism, vitality, supreme sensitivity, the religious locus of the body) and Chan Buddhism (meditation, the spiritual art of manual labor, and compassionate service).
The MogaDao Institute, in Santa Fe, NM, is the main training location for the five disciplines of MogaDao. Each week Zhenzan Dao teaches a MogaDao Intensive encompassing all of the MogaDao disciplines. Zhenzan Dao also teaches MogaDao Intensives around the country, at various satellite sites where they have previously established practice schools, in cities where MogaDao teachers have established practices, or where they are currently invited.
All classes taught by Zhenzan Dao are open to the public, and no experience is necessary to participate in any Mogadao Class. Beginners are always welcome. For those students interested in teaching the disciplines of MogaDao, there are six possible teaching certifications within the practice tradition of MogaDao. Information on MogaDao teacher certification can be found on the MogaDao Teacher Certification Program page of this website.
The MogaDao practice tradition represents an extraordinarily comprehensive approach to the art of human being. The MogaDao practice tradition and the school of Daochan are unique cultural and spiritual institutions drawing students of the highest dedication to study, train, and perhaps to become teachers of the disciplines of MogaDao: The Way of Complete Harmony. The tradition is also for those not necessarily interested in teaching, but who are seeking personal healing and a sacred practice community of all ages.