We offer an integrated path for an individual to create a healthy mind, body, and spirit.
Our community widely benefits all.
This is the key to a healthy world.
Mago Mindfulness Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
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There are two things that keep me connected and coming back to the Mago Mindfulness Center; instructor expertise and community. Instructors spend numerous hours training to give specific feedback to each student. Each class is somewhat individualized, giving participants the ability to enhance their physical and spiritual experiences. The Mago community brings together people who are from all walks of life, but finding their spiritual self. Support within the community enhances what is learned in class as well as brings together the sense of wholeness and belonging that many seek.
I first discovered the Mago Mindfulness Center after taking the Finding True Self retreat at the Mago resort near Sedona. It was life changing. I decided to join the center and every aspect of my life changed almost immediately. Every area of my life improved. My relationships improved. I gained the ability to handle life's ups and downs with tremendous ease. I would highly recommend the Mago Mindfulness center to anyway interested in improving any area of their life. It is truly magical.
The Mago Mindfulness Center has changed my life. Strange but true! I limped through the door 3 years ago with the threat of hip replacement hanging over my head. Today I am fitter and healthier than 20 years ago. AND I have had no surgery. Healed from the inside out with extraordinary human beings!
The spiritual origin of Mago Mindfulness philosophy is “Sun Tao”, which is Korea’s original tradition of Taoism. In this tradition, “Mago” represents the ultimate Oneness, the soul of the earth as the common source of life to all existence on the Earth, and our original divine nature.
Classes are based on ancient mindfulness and energy principles and wisdom which has been benefiting countless people for thousands of years. Elements of this tradition are present in oriental medicine, martial arts, meditation and spiritual studies.
In this non-combative, healing martial art, we learn how to use our body to enhance our mental and spiritual strength while gaining a sense of personal integrity. The ultimate goal is to develop a complete human being who has full mastership of body, mind, and spirit.
Is the key to truly changing your brain, which, in turn, is the key to changing your life. Mindful Meditation allows you to find inner peace in ways that no other exercise can by reducing the constant flow of thoughts that bring mental stress and lack of focus.
Sedona Mago Center for Well-being and Retreat, located in the Red Rocks of Arizona, is owned and operated by Tao Fellowship, a 501 (c)(3) non-denominational “non-profit” organization. The center was created to share the timeless principles and spiritual practices of ancient wisdom and tradition of SunTao. Combined with modern teachings of energy healing and personal development, retreats at Sedona Mago Center for Well-being and Retreat provide paths and environments for your holistic healing and self-realization.
Tao Fellowship is a 501-3c nonprofit that was established in 1998 by Ilchi Lee, to promote the spirit of Tao as universal principles of harmonious living and a peaceful world. Specifically, it is the Sun Tao (仙道) Korean Taoist tradition, with its 10,000-year history, that we follow. Sun (仙) is the combination of human (人) and mountain (山), meaning a human being living in harmony with nature.