6734
Santa Cruz
Rejuvenation Retreat for Women
Immerse yourself in restorative traditions as you practice gentle healing techniques, learn Qigong and Self-acupressure and discover the art of guided meditation for deep inner peace.
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Program No. 6734RJ
Length
4 days
Starts at
535
Getting There
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At a Glance

At the Land of Medicine Buddha retreat center, take part in a women’s-only getaway to learn relaxing and healing methods to help you balance and energize. Qi Gong and self-acupressure will move Qi, or vital energy, smoothly through your meridians and bring you to a state of relaxation with gentle physical movements and mindful breathing. Take this wonderful opportunity to rebalance in a beautiful setting, and consider sharing this retreat with a mother or daughter. Find your power within!
Activity Level
Varies by date
Short walking distances between accommodation, meeting rooms and dining room. Hilly terrain, uneven ground in places, some stairs or a steep hill & ramps to the dining room and meeting room.
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Learn massage techniques and how to use healing aromatic essential oils for balance and wellness.
  • Enjoy heart-healthy vegetarian cooking with low-fat, high-taste recipes.
  • Practice guided meditations, visualizations and mantras that will open the heart and bring deep inner peace.

General Notes

Due to the nature of this program, listening devices are not available.
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Venerable Drimay
Venerable Losang Drimay leads regular meditations, retreats, classes, including Road Scholar programs, at Land of Medicine Buddha in Soquel, Calif. A California native, Ven. Losang has been studying and practicing with centers in the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT) since 1984, receiving hundreds of hours of classroom instruction from the many qualified lamas and senior teachers that frequent the Dharma centers. Following her ordination as a Buddhist nun in 1991, Ven. Losang spent a year in India, studying Dharamsala. Upon her return to the U.S., she began working at the Vajrapani Institute in Boulder Creek, and later lived at Land of Calm Abiding, an isolated retreat center, carrying out some of the meditation assignments given to her by Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche. She also served as a resident teacher at the Ocean of Compassion Buddhist Center in Campbell. Ven. Losang holds a B.A. in Asian studies and has traveled extensively in Asia.
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