Jun. 29 Sat.-30 Sun.2019
Meditation Retreat in Yugawara Kanagawa prefecture
“Meditation as a Way of Life”
Message from Barry Kerzin
Meditation is a way of life. How do we integrate it into our daily lives? Especially in this upcoming new era with the inauguration of a new emperor and empress, we have to rethink our values and prioritize what is important in our lives. In this short meditation we will be in silence and look more deeply inside to help balance our life. Come join us in the pursuit of happiness and wellbeing.
– Barry Kerzin
Dr. Barry Kerzin will lead a 2 day meditation retreat this June. We will enjoy meditation practice together with a spectacular view of nature to clear the mind!
Jun. 29 Sat.-30 Sun.2019
29th: 11:00–18:00（Open 10:30）/ 30th: 9:30-16:00（Open 9:00）
*Important note:This is a non-residential retreat.You will need to arrange your own accommodation. Human Values Institute can provide accommodation information on request.
Yugawara-machi Ashigarashimo-gun Kanagawa prefecture Japan
Miyakami kindergarten *Miyakami Youchien
184 Miyakami Yugawara-machi, ashigara-shimo-gun, Kanagawa prefecture, Japan
・10 minutes by the bus from Yugawara station and 3 minutes walk from Miyakami-Kaikan bus stop
・5 minutes by taxi from Yugawara station
Dr. Barry Kerzin (in English with Japanese interpretation)
【Fees include tax】
・Human Values Members: 26000yen
*Lunch is not included. You can order vegetarian lunch box(1,800yen) or bring your own lunch. There are no restaurant and super market around the venue.
*Please include your name, number of people, phone number, contact email address, and needs for lunch box order, and request for accommodation information (if required).
*Important note :
If you are travelling to Yugawara Kanagawa prefecture, you need to arrange your own accommodation. This is a non-residential retreat.
Human Values Institute provides information of accommodation.
＊Cancellation Fee Policy
8 to 14 days prior (30%)
3 to 7 days prior (50%)
2 days prior (80%)
No show or cancellation on the day (100%)
Shamatha meditation (Concentration/focused meditation)
Tong Len Meditation (Compassion Meditation)
9 round breathing
“What is meditation?”
“How does meditation help you?”
“What is mind?”
“How to cultivate compassion and mindfulness.”
“How to change your negative feelings.”
The teacher receives no salary. The participation fees are used to cover the international and domestic travel expenses of the teacher and staff for the programs, to help develop publication and distant education of the teachings, and to sustain the activities including ongoing support for people. Thank you for your understanding.