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By Maria Camille Les Nouvelles, Esthetiques & Spa

Posted 11/2013

SITTING HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN AT 9,200 FEET AT
the edge of Rocky Mountain National Park is Aspen Lodge, a destination resort and wellness spa retreat. It is now oper- ating under new direction with Yun Xiang Tseng—known as Master Chen—a 25th generation Taoist priest from Wudang Mountain in China.

Under Master Chen’s new ownership, the newest addition to the 82-acre wilderness retreat has been the conception, design- ing and building of a world-class Asian wellness spa and retreat.

As a Taoist priest, Master Chen is focused on traditional Chinese medicine as a foundation for the spa, which delivers special wellness programs and advanced Asian therapies.

 

 

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By Stacy Daeffler Destination Colorado

Posted:  07/05/2013

When Taoist Tai Chi master and entrepreneur Yun Xiang Tseng (known as Chen) took over ownership of the long established Aspen Lodge Resort and Spa in Estes Park, he began refining its facilities and services to reflect a “triple bottom line” approach to business (people, planet and profit), and added a holistic health spa, a new organic restaurant and greened all its operations. The result is an environment perfectly suited to conscious businesses and professionals that combines a remarkable natural setting with thoughtful management and services. It is truly an inspiring location for meetings, whether just one day for 10 people or a weeklong retreat for 150

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By Tony Kindelspire Longmont Times-Call

Posted:  09/04/2012

Since immigrating to the United States from China in 1990, Yun Xiang Tseng -- Chen, as he is known -- has had one goal in mind. He's a little bit closer to that goal since buying the Aspen Lodge Resort & Spa this spring. He now has a place to build his goal, but in the meantime he's got a business to run.

 

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Longmont Time-Call

By Tony Kindelspire Longmont Times-Call

Posted:  09/04/2012

Some say Tai Chi is natural, harmonic and organic. Practicing Tai Chi brings people closer to nature emotionally and spiritually. Now, you can do what many practitioners dream of, to go to a mountain sanctuary to practice the art in a wholesome experience. Attend a Tai Chi retreat or organize your own Tai Chi camp at the Aspen Lodge and enjoy the beauty of the Colorado Rockies.

Estes Park is a town in Larimer County, Colorado. It is a popular resort and the location of the headquarters for Rocky Mountain National Park.

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Destination Colorado

By Stacy Daeffler Destination Colorado

Posted:  04/03/2013

One year ago this month, Master Chen purchased the Aspen Lodge, located less than eight miles south of Estes Park off Highway 7. Master Chen sees himself as a vendor of the resort - as a Taoist Priest trained on the sacred Taoist Mountain of Wudang in the HuBei Province of China, he teaches spiritual healing, Tai Chi, and Quigong at the resort and spa; he has more than 8,000 students nationwide. Aspen Lodge is now his base, said Chen, and the classes and seminars he holds there have allowed the resort and spa to stay viable year round. Chen had been practicing in the United States for more than 20 years before purchasing Aspen Lodge, which he describes as a sacred place with unsurpassed beauty.

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By Debbie Holmes Trail-Gazette

Posted:   09/07/2012

The Tahosa Valley is a sacred place, located between Longs Peak on the west and Twin Sisters on the east. "It's the unity of 'yin and yang' of the muscular power of Longs Peak and the feminine softness of Twin Sisters," explained Yun Xiang Tseng (Master Chen), the new owner of the Aspen Lodge.

"The Aspen Lodge property is located between the nurturing mountains, on a property that is very mystical, with a history of native ancestors. It is a very sacred land," said Chen.

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At a very young age, Master Chen was recognized and chosen by his master to learn the ancient wisdom of Wu Dang Tai Chi, Qi Gong, meditation and healing arts at Wudang mountain. He is a 14th generation Wu Dang Zhang Sanfeng lineage holder and a 25th generation Long Men Daoist Priest.

Practice in the West
In 1990, Master Chen immigrated from the People's Republic of China to the United States at the behest of his master, Master Li. He now resides at the future temple site in Estes Park, Colorado at Aspen Lodge, with his wife and three children. With his gift for making Daoist thought accessible, Master Chen has taught the Wu Dang tradition of Daoism to many thousands of students in America and many people in China.

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