Warrior of the Heart
It is a residential workshop with optional morning practice beginning at 6.30 am daily. We will end the formal programme by 5 pm daily, but may have evening story telling and other evening treats.
Includes food, basic lodging, material and minimum tuition:
455 USD per person for the WOH Open Circle, 715 USD for the WOH Deep Dive + Open Circle.
Basic Cost plus a contribution to locals, and others, who cannot pay the full tuition. Internationals are invited to contribute an additional amount in support and solidarity with locals to enable their participation in this event:
525 USD for the Open Circle and 825 for the Deep Dive + Open Circle.
Local Zimbabwean Pricing: Is available to local Zimbabwean participants to enable participation. Please only covering costs of food and board: Please contact us directly for more details. You are warmly encouraged to join us if you feel called to this learning and gathering.
Accommodation – Staying at Kufunda
Basic rustic accommodation is available at Kufunda in dorm-style rondavels, or small rondavels for a couple or family. For those who require a little more comfort there are two places nearby. Please contact us if you would like to pay more for more upmarket nearby accommodation.
Bringing your family?
Kufunda is an African Village and so the inter-generational space is natural to us. We encourage families to bring their children. For those who have younger children, a kindergarten can be arranged for when they no longer wish to join the Dojo. For older kids we encourage them to join the Dojo itself alongside the many young Kufunda adults who are stepping into this practice of gentle warriorship.
After-Dojo Wildlife Experience
August is a good time to experience the African Wildlife. We already know that there are some who would like to visit a national park park and will be putting together more information on good places to visit.
Getting to Kufunda
Kufunda is a 15 minutes drive from Harare International Airport. Transport will be arranged from the airport for participants to the Gathering.
Zimbabwe is a safe destination despite the at times negative media we have received in recent years.