Beginning Kyudo Instruction: First Shot
Marion Taylor, Don Seckler, Jim Katz, Peter McDade
Sat Jan 15, Sun Jan 16, 09am-05:00pm, Rockwell Cage, Sunday 10-4 only; breaks 12-2
Enrollment limited: advance sign up required (see contact below)
Signup by: 10-Jan-2005
Limited to 10 participants.
Participants requested to attend all sessions (non-series)
Fee: 15.00 for instruction
Kyudo, or Japanese archery, means the "way of the bow". Kyudo is based on standing Zen meditation used by Zen Buddhist monks as a means of cultivating meditative awareness and as a path of self-realization. Beginners will receive instruction in the basic form of kyudo, the "Seven Coordinations," at a short-range target. Intermediate students will be able to shoot long-distance at 28 meters. Cosponsored by Byakko-kyudojo.
Contact: Joyce Wu, x8-7355, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsor: Center for International Studies
Cosponsor: MIT Japan Program
Latest update: 10-Dec-2004