Where We Go on Our Wellness Journeys
All of our journeys have been hand-crafted to our specifications so that you will have enough time to learn enough to somehow change your life for the better in the healing schools. You will also have enough time to see and appreciate the attractions where the schools are located without feeling like you are being rushed along like a herd of sheep from city to city.
This page shows all the cities or destinations where we presently have self-healing training journeys.
Clicking the buttons under each description will take you to a master page for that location where are located the school and sightseeing activities there. Listed there will be all of the most important details you will need for your trip.
This page is a continuous work-in-progress. White Crane has many more destinations to list and will be adding them in the near future.
Rocky Mountains Dao House Retreat
Coming Early 2019:
We have recently acquired a partnership with one of the most outstanding Daoist lifestyle retreats in the U.S. We will be providing health, wellness and longevity programs of the highest quality provided by one of the highest level of legendary Master Instructors in China. He is a true Master trained at a temple in Wudang starting at an early age..
Because this is high season for them, they won’t be available for new bookings until early 2019. Please check back frequently or sign up for our newsletter below to be notified of when they will be available.
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Beijing – The Great Wall
As one of the world’s great ancient capitals, and the modern era capital of China, Beijing is a must-see, because it is home to many of the finest icons of China’s imperial and recent past. Standing side-by-side with old Beijing’s crimson palace complexes are the city’s impressive skylines. Beijing is a superb example of the great transformation China has undergone as it burst into the 21st century. Beijing’s travel industry has forged forward after China’s economic reforms in 1978, and the city is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
Note: Our sister site and good source of healing information, Chinese Healing Information Exchange provides a forum for you to find out more about the cities we will be visiting.
Mount Qingcheng is a famous Taoist mountain near Chengdu, one of the places where Taoism originated. The mountain became UNESCO World Heritage List in 2000. The mountain range has 36 peaks, and its tallest peak is Laoxiao Ding, at an elevation of 1,260 meters above sea level. The peaks stand in a circle like an ancient wall protecting a city. Trees grow luxuriantly on the mountains, creating greenery all year round, and giving it the name Qingcheng Shan — ‘green city wall mountains’. You can see the dozens of other temples around, including Jianfugong Temple, Shangqinggong Temple, Zushi Temple, Yuanminggong Temple, Laojunge Temple, Yuqinggong Temple, and Chaoyang Cave.
Coming October 2019:
The Wudang Mountains stretch for 800 miles of spectacular scenery with secluded valleys, peaks, rugged hiking and stair climbing. It is mainly famed for its religious history as one of the centers for Taoism, tai chi exercise, and Taoist fighting styles. Now it is a place to hike and sightsee in northern central China. Wudang Mountain has been listed since 1994 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At the famous old temples and structures, famous Daoist leaders trained and lived centuries ago.