Sam Kanner, Jim Boorstein, Joyce Wu
Enrollment: Limited: Advance sign-up required
Limited to 15 participants
Attendance: Participants must attend all sessions
Fee: $20.00 for instruction
Kyudo, or Japanese archery, means the "way of the bow" and was considered the highest discipline of ancient Japanese samurai. Kyudo is based on standing Zen meditation used by Zen Buddhist monks as a means of cultivating self-awareness. Beginners will receive instruction in the basic form of kyudo, the Seven Coordinations or "shichi-do," and shoot at a short-range target. Day 1: Training; Day 2: actual shooting. Must take part in both days.
RESERVE YOUR SPOT BY EMAIL NOW AND CONFIRM PARTICIPATION BY SUBMITTING THE $20 FEE.
Sponsor(s): MIT Japan Program, Center for International Studies
Contact: Christine Pilcavage, E40-431, x8-8208, email@example.com
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