Learn the Art of Japanese Archery: Kyudo First Shot

with Lucy Halverson

June 28 - 30, 2019

This program will provide training in Kyudo's Seven Coordinations, shichi-do, the basic form for aligning the body and properly releasing the arrow. Working with the precision of the form, a natural process gradually unfolds through which the practitioner has the opportunity to see the mind more clearly. The target becomes a mirror reflecting the qualities of heart and mind at the moment of the arrow's release. This distinguishes kyudo from archery where simply hitting the target is the goal.

All are welcome, regardless of age, gender, or physical strength. Children should be at least 9 years of age. All necessary equipment will be provided.

Arrival & Departure

The program begins Friday at 1:30 pm, plan to arrive between 10:30 am and noon to register and settle in, lunch is at 12:30pm. The program ends Sunday at 3 pm. Participants should attend the entire program.

For questions regarding the program please contact: Grace DiNapoli at gdinapoli@karmecholing.org


Pricing

Karmê Chöling values its commitment to making programs affordable and available to all who wish to study with us. To support this commitment we provide two program price options.

FULL PRICE: $280
This is the actual price of the program.

DISCOUNT PRICE: $225
We offer this discounted price to those who cannot afford the full price of the program. This price is made possible through the generosity of Karmê Chöling and our donors

Payment Policies:
Karmê Chöling has updated its payment policies. The new policies apply to all programs that start after January 1, 2019. Please read the payment policies before proceeding with registration.

Financial Aid:
Karmê Chöling offers full-time student discounts, scholarships and other financial aid.

Program Credit:
If using existing program credit to pay for a program, you must pre-register for this program at least two weeks prior to the program start date by calling the front desk (802-633-2384 x-101 or x-103). Program credit may not be used to pay for housing or practice materials and may not be used on or after arrival day.

Please Note:
Price includes meals but not accommodations.


Teachers

About Lucy Halverson

Lucy Halverson started her practice of kyudo in 1990 with Susan Budge Sensei and has been a student of Kanjuro Shibata XX, Sendai since 1991. In 1994, Shibata Sendai XX made her the head instructor for the San Francisco area and she has held classes continuously since that time. Lucy has taught or assisted at over 100 retreats and intensives throughout the United States.

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