What’s On and What’s Happening
The Nottingham Zen Group will be re-opening on the 6th January 2018!
We are moving to a new location in Nottingham city centre and we will now be meeting at the Nottingham Contemporary Cafe on Sunday evenings at 5pm-6.30pm
IZAUK Sesshin at Sheringham with Senior Teacher Mokuho Guy Mercier
This will be a 2.5 day sesshin at Sheringham YHA, in Norfolk with Senior Zen Teacher Mokuho Guy Mercier.
Friday, 01 Mar 2019 – arrive late afternoon, but by 7.30pm for meal
Monday 04 Mar 2019 – leave afternoon around 3pm after samu
About the Teacher:
Guy Mokuho Mercier began practising zazen with Master Taisen Deshimaru in 1973, becoming his disciple in March of 1976 after receiving ordination as a monk.
After Master Deshimaru’s death in 1982, he remained active in the Paris sangha. From 1986 to 1991, he was again the tenzo at La Gendronnière, and became the head of the temple from 1991 to 1997. In September, 2008, he received Dharma transmission from Sojun Matsuno Roshi in Takefu, Japan.
Today, he is active in the AZI spiritual council, is the head of the Zen Centre of Lanau near Saint Flour in the Auvergne, in France and leads the Tenborin Zen Association. He leads sesshins in France, Spain, Switzerland and England.
Sheringham Youth Hostel, See Map – 1 Cremer’s Drift, Sheringham, Norfolk NR26 8HX.
The Youth Hostel is situated in Sheringham, off the A149 Coast Road, behind St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church
The Sheringham Youth Hostel is only a 5 minute walk from the Sheringham Train Station
Non – “Friends of IZAUK” Members: Recommended: £165, Low-waged: £140, Unwaged: £110
Friends of IZAUK members: Recommended: £150, Low-waged: £125, Unwaged: £100
It is possible to join the Friends of IZAUK at the sesshin, or via the IZAUK Website.
These prices are eligible for a £20 discount if booked with full payment or deposit of £25 BEFORE 18TH FEBRUARY, 2019. Deposits are not normally refundable.
Loose dark clothing for zazen, a zafu (meditation cushion) if you have one and a bowl and cloth for meals (a bowl, such as a cereal bowl, spoon and fork, a cloth (such as a bandana, or tea-towel) to wrap them in, and if possible a cloth napkin).
If you need to borrow a zafu, let us know when booking.
Click here to book your place on the IZAUK webpage.