Daoist meditation is ultimately a practice of sitting quietly and resting in things-as-they-are (Dao). The Daoist tradition offers both gradual practices of refining jing, qi & shen through specific focus (youwei) and the path of immediate entry through non-doing (wuwei).
Youwei techniques lead the adept through an "alchemical" process of tranformation from coarse to fine, obscurity to clarity, while wuwei is a non-dual path of complete acceptance. Youwei involves complex symbolism and methods, while wuwei is just simple and direct. It should be noted that youwei culminates in wuwei.
I offer youwei meditation (neidan) based on the writings of early Quanzhen Daoism (12th-century CE) and wuwei meditation (zuowang) based on the writings of Laozi and Zhuangzi (4th-century BCE). Both rely on important principles of qi-posture that can be considerably bolstered by a regular practice of Taijiquan.
I do not hold group meditation classes or practice sessions, but if you feel genuinely drawn to this practice then feel free to contact me.
An article on Laozi's sitting meditation practice, courtesy of the British Taoist Association.