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Located in:. I started taking Kung-Fu a month ago, and it's undeniable that I benefited greatly from the Dahnhak programs. I've become extremely flexible and my breathing has become very deep. My Kung-Fu instructors are astonished at my mind-body coordination and flexibility. I'm a white belt in Kung Fu right now, but I tried to explain to them that I may be an advanced student, because I was an Instructor for a type of training Dahn Yoga that is Qi-gong and Tai-chi based.

I'm deeply grateful to Dahn Yoga for their teachings and for my personal transformation. Their programs really do work, and it's worth it. Although, I can see how people can get really involved and consumed by it. Just know when to take a break from it. That's all, and that's what I did. This post was edited by moderator to show the correct subject heading and moved to the correct placement on the forum Edited 1 time s. Would you care to share your Dahn experience on another forum? I respectfully invite anyone who has something to contribute.

I think the statement, "know when to quit" sums it all up. I became involved with Dahn Hak Yoga during a period of life where I was literally immobilized by the loss of my mother, my daughter, and an illness that almost killed me. I found the Dahn Hak to be an absolute lifesaver, and I knew enough about physiology, anatomy, and neurology to understand the physical basis behind all the mystical talk. I invested way too much money into a year long membership for myself and my older daughter, bought books, CD's, the ridiculously over-priced "brain respiration" system, the portable "brain" vibrators, etc.

I attended one weekend seminar that absolutely convinced me that, despite the physical benefits of the yoga, the organization was basically a very profit oriented business that effectively preys upon folks who are at physical and emotional lows in their lives.

I have taken the basic exercises I learned in the classes the "tapping", especially, is very effective - it simply draws blood to whatever area you "tap" and loosens muscles; the breathing techniques are basic to any and every stress reduction program out there and used them to great benefit. I have found their method of massage, especially its focus on the subject usually one of my children is delightfully beneficial to both parties - I find myself as relaxed as my subject when I am finished.

In a nutshell - "Eyes Open, Wallet Shut" is the perfect advice. Know thyself! Be aware of what will benefit you, recognize when you are being cornered, coerced, or pressured, and take what you need and LEAVE! Anonymous User. Hi Lorie and others. First of all, thank you Lorie for your work on this expose.

I am not really a Dahn devotee but my girlfriend who is and who went to the same retreat last January enrolled me into it. According to her it's an enlightement retreat. She told me it's a holistic healing program that uses brain wave vibration to makes the brain naturally heal its body. The "Tao Master" there said it is very necessary that she enrolls me because the higher power communicated to her that myh spirit energy is very low and my life is in danger. ANyway, since it's already paid for, i flew in from the Philippines to their Mago garden in Sedona.

It was a terrible experience.

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We were tapping and jabbing our whole bodies for hours - basically beating our own bodies until it's bruised "in order to enter our subconscious and connect to the "Chung Ji Ki Un" or the COsmic Being, as they say; and shaking our heads and making funny sounds "to activate our brains". Three days before the end of the retreat, I still couldn't understand why we were doing what we were doing. I am a medical doctor by profession, btw.

The Tao Master examined me during a healng session and told me that the reason why i couldn't understand is because the spirits of my ancestors are residing inside me and are interfering with my thoughts.

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She said it is critical taht I do the "Chun Do" ceremony, which is a ceremony to honor the ancestors and ask them to leave my body. I said, "O ANd she goes, "But it's expensive". I said, "how much? YOu have to say Yes first". I thought that was crazy but i humored her anyway and said , "sure, let's do it. Now how much? I was shocked! So I said, uh oh i don't have that money to spend on such a ceremony and that I don't have a US credit card.

But she insisted that i call my dad, mom, and even my girlfriend. It was re34ally crazy. I made all kinds of excuses and told her i can't call them yet coz there's a 15 hour difference in time vs Philippines. She let me go but during the next meditative self-pounding sessions she kept on coercing me to say yes. THen, my fellow yogis who have been there for several months now told me that it's real and that the Tao Master only wants the best for me and my safety. Finally i said YES to the master i know i know i'm stupid.

By the way, these are all "donations" since Tao Holistic is a non-for profit organization.

Oh, btw, Ilchi Lee is their Jesus Christ. They believe that if Ilchi Lee tells you to buy a franchise of Dahn Yoga and open centers in the Philippines, it becomes your duty because that is the message of the "Chun Ji KI Un". At least, that's what the masters said when Ilchi Lee told my girlfriend last January that she must open centers in the Phlippines.

You need to be an idiot or insane to pay so much.

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Do you count your money in thousands? Everything needs to be in balance in life. You can't rely on other to make your life happy, even Yoga. This isn't about spending too much money on yoga classes. Rather than denouncing the victims, it's worth researching how some charismatic leaders succeed in being so persuasive that they can separate people from their hard-earned money very easily; get them to beg, borrow, and steal; hand over their student loans; work for free; give up their family and friends, etc. How do they succeed in persuading people to persuade others to do the same?

It's like a psychological multilevel marketing scheme. The people who turn around and realize what happened are often stunned that it happened to them. Kudos to those who get out and are willing to talk about what happened to them! Lorie Reply Quote.

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This is baloney. I cancelled the third one because I got a sales pitch on the first two to join the program, plus I found that nothing that they offered was going to work for me and I had hip replacement surgery this year and have certain restrictions that prevent me from doing yoga for now.

Most of all, I found the cost to be astronomical and especially in these tough economic times. When I contacted the facility, they basically said the money was gone because I had put money towards a membership. They told me I could contact the store manager and gave me an email, which basically bounced back to me undeliverable.

This is a money-suck scam folks. I don't care how wonderful this program is. I never signed up for a membership!

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I know you didn't ask for advice, and maybe you already thought of this, but if it were me, I'd write a certified letter demanding my money back and would give a deadline for a sending a refund. Then, if that doesn't work, I'd pursue small claims court or if you paid with VISA, you might have coverage through them for this type of claim.

Your state attorney general might also be interested in hearing about this, and the Better Business Bureau. Best of luck.