Practicing these potent forms in the presence of other women and sharing our experiences together felt incredibly supportive and validating. There is so much shame around sexuality, and being with the other women in a workshop about cultivating and revering our sexuality was very healing. Your teaching was incredibly nourishing for me. I deeply resonated with the way you taught the material in such a beautiful, lyrical way. It felt feminine, earthy and accessible.
— Shelly Gibbs

I teach Sacred Daoist Sexuality to remind us to value, rediscover and cultivate this sacred energy.  We follow in the footsteps of ancient Daoist women and men learning practices to call our procreative energy back into the center of our lives.  We explore the philosophy and world-view of Sacred Daoist Sexuality; immersing ourselves in a culture that reveres sexuality as a form of deepest truth. 


Teaching includes:

  • Female- and Male-specific qigong forms and practice rituals

  • Exploring the Power of the Yin and the Yang

  • Meditation and Self-Reverence

  • Self-cultivation and the Anatomy of Pleasure

  • Making Love to yourself

  • Relationships, lovemaking with a partner

  • Wholeness with your procreative energy

Sacred Daoist Sexuality

Our sexuality—our sensitivity to touch, our arousal, our erotic imaginations, our physical and emotional response—is a sacred gift designed to keep us healthy, open our hearts, give us pleasure and align us with our truth. It unites us with our understanding of the Divine: the Intelligent, ecstatic, creative life force energy that imbues all of existence and that wants to be expressed uniquely through each one of us.

In Chinese medicine, revering, protecting, and cultivating our sexual energy is considered a sacred responsibility for both optimal health and fulfilling our destiny.

When we are busy, stressed, or broken-hearted, it is all too easy to lose touch with our sexual selves. Modern life often pulls us away from nature’s rhythms, which remind us of our own inherent wisdom, ease us through transitions and enliven our senses. We can feel depleted and fatigued, our creativity can go quiet, and our libido can feel like a thing of the distant past.

Being able to practice with Daven and our sisters really expanded my heart and changed the direction of my life. It catapulted me into profound study of the Yoni and Womb . . . sparking a huge awakening for me into my own body. . . I am eternally grateful.
— Maya Cordova