Zen Meditation Retreat with Genjo Marinello Osho
Saturday, April 14th, 2018- 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Vista Hermosa Retreat Center, Prescott, WA
Sponsored by Walla Walla Dharma Sangha
Genjo is the abbot of the Choboji Zen Center in Seattle. He is returning to our area to lead
his annual retreat. During this weekend visit, he will also visit the Walla Walla Penitentiary, and
lead a meditation and dharma talk.
Registration is now open- contact Janaki Howard firstname.lastname@example.org
The cost of attending the retreat is $15 per person, plus dana (donation) for the teacher. Participants should bring their own lunch, but there are complete kitchen facilities available. The retreat will be a daylong silent meditation retreat with sitting and walking meditation, and dharma talk.
Please contact Janaki if you would like to join the carpool to the retreat (email@example.com) from Walla Walla.
Directions to Vista Hermosa from Walla Walla: Head west on Main St .4 mi, Turn right at 2nd Ave 0.3 mi. Turn left at W Pine St 0.7 m. Turn right at 13th Ave (WA-125). Go past the penitentiary.
Continue to follow WA-125 2.6 mi. Turn left at Harvey Shaw Rd Continue for about 16 mi. toward WA highway 124 (about 20 minutes). (Harvey Shaw passes under Highway 124). Go under the overpass and bear to the right to get to Highway 124. Turn right on WA-124. Continue on WA-124 to Fish Hook Park Rd.
Turn right at Fish Hook Park Rd 0.9 mi. Turn right at Sara Lynne Ln 0.6 mi. Turn left at Coyote Loop Dr. and up the hill to the retreat center for 0.2 mi
Directions to Vista Hermosa from Pasco: Take U.S. Highway 182/12 eastbound towards Burbank and Walla Walla. After crossing the Snake River Bridge on Hwy 12, turn left on State Route 124. Continue on State Route 124 for about 16 miles, and then turn left, heading north, on Fishhook Park Road. Follow Fishhook Park Road for about 1 mile which will lead you to the entrance to the Vista Hermosa community.
Go past Gala Drive and turn right into the housing development on Sara Lynne Lane. Drive three short blocks until Sara Lynne intersects Coyote Loop Drive. At that point you'll see the retreat center, which is in a large house on a rise behind the housing development. Make a sharp left onto a gravel road to reach the retreat center.