Retreat at Mount Daisen: May 2nd – 8th – $2,500
Retreat to Japan’s peaceful countryside and study advanced craniosacral therapy with Gary
Perched near the peak of western Honshu’s majestic Mt. Daisen – known as Japan’s second Mt. Fuji – the town of Daisen was once home to 100 temples, thousands of soldier-monks, and a centuries-old tradition of religious asceticism. Today the town is a popular for it’s beech forests, alpine meadows, and sparkling waterfalls. Daisen is located 4 hours outside of Kyoto Prefecture.
This seven day retreat includes
- A seven day advanced craniosacral unwinding workshop
- Transportation in and around Mt. Daisen
- Lodging at the most beautiful and welcoming Buddhist temple guest house Sanrakusou: 宿坊 観証院 ⼭山楽荘
You will be visiting Daisen Temple, which was founded in 718 and contains a rich history, and a museum of beautiful Japanese Art. You will also spend a day visiting Matsue, about an hour west of Mount Daisen.
Matsue is the capital city of Shimane Prefecture, in Southwest Japan. Known as the “City of Water”, Matsue stands by the Sea of Japan where Lake Shinji and Nakaumi meet, in the middle of Shimane Peninsula. This city is also home to one of the most ancient and important Shinto Shrines in Japan, Izumo-taisha (出雲大社, Izumo Grand Shrine).
At your temple guest house, you will experience compassionate care and wonderful heartwarming meals.
Participants must secure their own flights to Japan and transportation to and from the airport.
The closest airport to Mt Daisen is Yonago Kitaro Airport (YGJ). You will need to get a flight from Haneda International Airport (HND) to Yonago Kitaro Airport (YGJ).
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