Short Sweet Shibashi Tai Chi

Friday, July 13, 2018 to Sunday, July 15, 2018
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Tai Chi Shibashi is a set of 18 simple, flowing, relaxing and invigorating movements to be done anytime, any place, by anyone.  It’s a beautiful meditative movement which we will learn and play regularly throughout the weekend to ease our bodies and refresh our hearts.  Blended, in sesshin style, with sitting and walking meditation, puja, ritual and full silence from the first evening until the end of the retreat, this weekend offers a real treat in the midst of our busy lives.  

Arrive for start of retreat 5-6pm. Ends on last day at 3pm

Suggested donation (in addition to the booking fee): £140 waged / £85 unwaged
Booking Fee: 
£50.00

This retreat is now fully booked. To be added to the waiting list please select the waiting list option above.

Paying for your retreat

Taraloka runs on generosity.

To book a retreat you pay a booking fee.  This is the only charge made for coming on retreat. We want Taraloka retreats to be available to any woman, whatever her financial situation.

At the end of your retreat, you have the opportunity to give money towards Taraloka.  If you are able to donate, you are giving to another woman who otherwise could not afford to come on retreat.  And you are helping to give the gift of Taraloka to the women of the future.

Suggested donations

Our suggested donations (in addition to the booking fee) for 2018 are (waged/unwaged)

  • Weekend retreats (£140/£85)
  • Long Weekend (3 nights) (£165/£105)
  • 4 night retreats (£180/£110)
  • 5 night retreats (£225/£135)
  • Week retreats: (£315/£195)
  • 9 night retreats (£380/£250)
  • 12 night retreats (£445/£295)

There will be an opportunity to make your donation at the end of the retreat.  Donations can be made by credit/debit card, cheque or cash.

Those who cannot afford our suggested donations are free to contribute what they can. 

Running on generosity is radical – thank you for being part of that.

For more information see what does it cost and a flow of generosity