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Weapons & Wilderness Survival Retreat, Sep 13-15, Madison, WI

Posted 2013-08-06 12:09:55 by Enmei Hunter
News URL: http://www.shinjinkai.org

Shinjinkai's annual joint seminar with the Nature Reliance School (http://naturereliance.org/), led by Meido Moore Sensei and Craig Caudill Sensei, will be held September 13-15 at Korinji monastery near Madison, WI. Training in jo will be combined with the practice of Zen meditation and wilderness survival skills, conducted rain or shine outdoors on 17 forested acres. Proceeds benefit Korinji monastery. All are welcome. Full information and online registration are now available at http://www.shinjinkai.org/.

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