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The Dao of Well-Being  is founded on the ancient philosophy of Daoism. We believe that by practicing this gentle philosophy and sharing it with others, we provide a valuable tool which will bring greater peace, balance, harmony and healing into each being we touch and on and on.... rippling out into the world.

Kali and Master Feng Li Da
Rebecca and Master Feng Li Da in Beijing

Rebecca Kali

Rebecca is the founder of Dao of Well-Being™. She has practiced meditation and energy-work for over 40 years and led Qigong and Daoist sacred journey tours to China since 2000. Her practice of Qigong, which began as a means of recovery after an auto accident, led her to develop Qigong programs to help those with chronic pain and autoimmune disorders to regain a symptom free, active, lifestyle. Her motto is “No one should be in pain!” 

Rebecca has studied Qigong in hospitals in Beijing and Taoist philosophy and meditation techniques in monasteries and temples throughout China. She teaches many styles of Qigong, Meditation, Daoist Inner Alchemy, and is a Qigong Healer.

Rebecca is certified as a Medical Qigong and Taoist Qigong Instructor. (World Academic Society of Medical Qigong - Beijing - 2000 - Qigong Empowerment Association - USA - 1999). She is also certified as a Wilderness First Responder by Wilderness Medical Associates - USA - 2004.

Rebecca became the National Qigong Association’s (NQA) Administrative Director in 1999 and then Executive Director until 2003. During the formative years of the NQA she developed that organization's office and national presence.  

In 2003, Rebecca founded the International Qigong Alliance, a network of Qigong schools, instructors and practitioners, a nonprofit organization, and a global grass roots community for all those who have interest in Qigong and other forms of Subtle Energy-Work. membership is free and open to all.

Rebecca lives in northeastern Minnesota, where she teaches classes and workshops in many form of Qigong, meditation and longevity practices. She teaches workshops nationally; leads annual Qigong Woman in the Wilderness Retreats and “Uncommon Journeys ~ Spiritual Tours ~ to the most sacred and spectacular sites in China and Tibet.

In her free time, Rebecca enjoys kayaking, hiking with her husband and their big white Kuvasz dogs, and practicing Qigong in the famous Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.


Tao te Ching

Verse one

The Tao that can be told is not the eternal Tao.
The name that can be named is not the eternal name.
The nameless is the beginning of heaven and earth.
The named is the mother of ten thousand things.
Ever desireless, one can see the mystery.
Ever desiring, one can see the manifestations.
These two spring from the same source but differ in name;
this appears as darkness.
Darkness within darkness.
The gate to all mystery.
Dao calligraphy


The Dao of Well-Being thanks
Mark Johnson for permission to use
his calligraphy of the Chinese
character for Dao (Tao).

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