SunDo Taoist Yoga & Meditation Retreat Center
SunDo Taoist Yoga & Meditation Retreat Center

Our Organization

Founded in 1980 in the United States, SunDo has expanded throughout Europe and Asia. In 1997, we incorporated as a non-profit. SunDo has now grown to become a world-wide organization. Leaders devote a significant amount of time teaching the practice and principles of Taoism at various practice centers. Also, in 1997, we purchased land in northern Vermont for the SunDo Healing Center, a meditation and retreat venue where members gather several times a year to focus on their practice. 

 

SunDo is a 503(c)(3) tax-exempt, educational non-profit organization.

 

 

Executive Team
 
Master Hyunmoon Kim, Executive Director
Tora Strawderman, Senior Vice President
Ron Catabia, Vice President and Distance Member Coordinator
Virginia Platt, Retreat Center Coordinator
Diane Matta, Financial Services
Betsy Forrest, Secretary & Newsletter Manager
Christine Ucich, Education & Outreach Coordinator
Rich Kramer, Fundraising



Executive Director, Headmaster

Master Kim is director of the SunDo International Association & Sundology Graduate Studies Program. With a PhD in the Philosophy of the Human Sciences, Master Kim integrates contemporary knowledge of western psychology with his traditional eastern training in SunDo Mountain Taoism. He leads retreats , workshops and lectures throughout the world.

 

Associate Masters

Ron Catabia joined SunDo Mountain Taoism in 1988. He is the founder of the Easthampton SunDo Center in Massachusetts and currently teaches SunDo classes in Sawnsea, MA.. Promoted to Associate Master in 2007 and then to Master Teacher in 2014, Ron is committed to researching and developing a western perspective on Taoist psychology. 

 

 

Tora Strawderman, promoted to Associate Master in 2007, founded the Los Angeles SunDo Center and currently practices in Florida. A regular workshop presente the Vermont SunDo Retreat Center, Tora's work focuses on the practice stages of SunDo and their effect on states of consciousness.

 

 

Teachers

Granted a Teacher certificate in 2005, Lucie Lambert is part of a small group of dedicated practitioners in Vancouver. While teaching, she connects to others through grounding and centering, and SunDo breathing. She is also an active member of Shanbhala Meditation Center in Vancouver and SunDo retreats in Lillooet.

Virginia Platt, promoted to Teacher in 2007, coordinates facility management, retreat programming and residency stays at the SunDo Retreat Center in Barnet, VT. She also teaches weekly SunDo classes in St. Johnsbury and Barnet, VT. 

Betsy Forest, promoted to Teacher in 2008, is the coordinator for the Central Vermont SunDo Center in Montpelier, VT. Her role also includes producing the quarterly newsletter. Betsy presents workshops at the SunDo Retreat Center and recently completed a month-long meditation retreat in India. 

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Fall 2017
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Our Lineage

SunDo has been passed down from teacher to student for thousands of years.

 

Learn more about our Master Teachers in SunDo History.

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