About Sun Do
Sun Do is an ancient Taoist form of yoga originally practiced in the mountains of Korea. This practice emerged out of a deep belief in the Tao and one’s connection to the universe and Qi, a vital energy that was very strong in the mountains of Korea. Though Sun Do was practiced in the mountains for thousands of years, it was only brought to the cities and towns of Korea about 60 years ago by Chung-San. He trained many disciples and one of them was Master Hyunmoon Kim. Master Kim brought Sun Do to the United States.
The Sun Do practice is a way to connect to nature around us and find and experience harmony. It allows each of us to find our way through individual spirituality; trusting the organic unfolding of life that brings flow, fluidity, synergy and symmetry to our lives. It is a path of transformation which is referred to as internal alchemy. Following the Tao is an individual journey towards the cultivation of one’s self. Thus, in moving through the different levels of practice, each individual’s practice becomes a process of transformation indicative of the principle of internal alchemy.