I've taught at the Bodhi Zen Center in Jemez Springs, New Mexico for 27 years. It is like a second home for me. The Bodhi is rustic and magical in its simplicity. It is in the heart of the red mesas that make New Mexico so "enchanted."
Come experience this high altitude Zen center with it's natural hot springs, clear clear arid night skies, beautiful Sutra Hall, and town that is a little over three blocks long. August is warm, with afternoon thundershowers, hummingbirds, and meteor showers. Morning and evening yoga sessions, meditation practice, and outings to local pueblos and hiking trails.http://www.bmzc.org/
The Bodhi Zen Center is a little over an hour from the Albuquerque Airport. Shuttle from the Zen Center is optional for an additional fee. We will start with a casual dinner on Sunday, August 14th and end at lunch on August 20th. Santa Fe is another hour north from Jemez Springs. August in Santa Fe means the Santa Fe Opera is in full swing and that Indian Market is happening. If you've not been I would encourage a visit... Or, if you have more of an edge about traveling, then vist Breaking Bad country and tour Albuquerque!
I would also like to introduce to you my dear brother and friend, Wolf Martinez. We have taught together and have sat in sweat lodges and circles through many life times. He is both a Shiatsu massage therapist and a healer in the shamanic-Native American traditions.
Wolf will be joining us. His presence will just be one more element in the many magical experiences we are bound to share during this gathering. Sessions with Wolf are not included in the retreat registration fee and will be paid directly to him. For an hour and a half session the cost is $125.00.
Indian Market is the following weekend in Santa Fe, August 20-21, 2016, and one of the biggest events for the city. So book early if you plan to swing by after retreat.