Retreat in South Africa and Botswana

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Date(s): Apr. 20, 2014 - May. 07, 2014
Language: English

Tara Rokpa Retreat Center


Br. Phap Khoi


Br. Bao Tich

Coming Home to the Present Moment

Tour in Botswana and South Africa
Brother Phap Khoi and Brother Bao Tich are visiting Botswana and South Africa, to share the teachings of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hahn’s Engaged Buddhism.


Public Talk

25 April – Public talk in Gaborone, Botswana


Day of Mindfulness

26 & 27 April – Days of Mindfulness in Gaborone



Groot Marico, South Africa (1 hour drive from Gaborone), May 1 – 4 Retreat.
The retreat will include sitting and walking meditation, dharma talks, and the Five Mindfulness Trainings (refuge ceremony). In addition, there will be restorative yoga and healing dance, with Dr Ava Avalos.

This is a family-friendly long weekend, with activities designed so that children can also benefit from trainings in mindfulness.

The retreat will take place over 4-nights, incorporating the May Day public holiday.
Venue: Tara Rokpa Center

4-night Retreat Cost
Cost includes dharma talks, yoga, dance, accommodation and meals
Single room R 2,300
Twin or double room R 1,760
Dormitory R 1,360
Camping with own tent & bedding R 1,180

Children under 10 years are half price, and babies (under 1 year) are free.

Contact Ava Avalos to book your place: avaavalos[at]gmail[dot]com


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