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April 2019

Main Course A1 – Saturdays 9am to 11am

April 6 - June 22

Main Course A (Root) is the entry point to the Main Course Program for a new student. It is a vital base where transformative learning, experience and cultivation for everyone takes place and evolves along with one’s deepening meditation, practice and direct understanding. This course is held in Footscray. The address will be provided after enrolment. APPLY ONLINE  

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Main Course A2 – Saturdays 5.00pm to 7.00pm

April 6 - June 22

Main Course A (Root) is the entry point to the Main Course Program for a new student. It is a vital base where transformative learning, experience and cultivation for everyone takes place and evolves along with one’s deepening meditation, practice and direct understanding.  Location: Heidelberg West. Address provided upon enrolment. APPLY ONLINE

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One Day Workshop

April 7 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

This workshop provides an introduction to zen practice. Suitable for beginners and also experienced practitioners. Join us for an enjoyable day with a delicious vegetarian lunch provided. Location: Footscray address to be provided on application. Apply online. 

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Main Course A3 – Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm

April 10 - June 26
Australian Shiatsu College, 103 Evans Street
Brunswick, Victoria Australia
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Main Course A (Root) is the entry point to the Main Course Program for a new student. It is a vital base where transformative learning, experience and cultivation for everyone takes place and evolves along with one’s deepening meditation, practice and direct understanding. APPLY ONLINE  

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Zen Retreat

April 18 - April 25
Adekate Fellowship Centre, 60 Adekate Camp Road
Dean, Victoria 3352 Australia
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Jikishoan holds a number of residential retreats each year, with resident teacher and Abbott Ekai Korematsu Osho. These seven-day retreats provide a period of concentrated Zen practice, conducted mostly in silence. The daily routine is structured around periods of zazen (sitting meditation), kinhin (walking meditation), oryoki (traditional meal practice), samu (work practice) and teisho (daily talks) by Ekai Osho. Personal interviews with Ekai Osho are also available. If you would like to speak with someone about Jikishoan retreats, please contact Jikishoan.  

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