Registration for: the online ZGWA Sesshin January 22 - 24, with Ross Bolleter Roshi and Mari Rhydwen Roshi
Summer Sesshin starts at 6:30pm Friday 22 January and finishes at 4pm Sunday 24 January.

Please fill in all required questions and tick the declaration statement box at the end.

Please complete your registration by Wednesday 20 January. The Zoom links will be distributed on Thursday 21 January.
To touch the Mind, to settle the Mind, to convey the Mind.
Sesshin Venue: Zoom
The Sesshin schedule includes opening words by a teacher, zazen, dokusan, chanting and a Dharma talk each day.

Part-time attendance is possible for those unable to attend the full Sesshin.
Zoom Data Requirements
This Sesshin will be conducted entirely on Zoom, which requires a relatively large amount of data usage.
As a rough guide, zoom with video on may use something between 500MB and 850MB per hour, or between 4GB and 7GB for an 8 hour day.

If you are concerned about your data usage, it is alright for you to turn off your video during the day, ideally for part of the day. Turning off your video, by clicking on "Stop Video" located at the bottom left hand side of your screen, should roughly halve the data used for the period it is off.

If you still have concerns about the data requirements, please contact Nick Arnold (

Reference article on data use:
Name *
Email address *
Mobile number *
Emergency contact name *
Emergency contact number *
Full time or Part time? (If part time the Jisha or coordinator may contact you to confirm details.) *
If part time, please give the period of the day(s) you'll be coming.
Register for dokusan on Saturday 23rd? (If you indicate "yes" you will be allocated a place in the dokusan line of that teacher. The order will be communicated before Sesshin.) *
Register for dokusan on Sunday 24th? (If you indicate "yes" you will be allocated a place in the dokusan line of that teacher. The order will be communicated before Sesshin.) *
My payment is *
ZGWA Bank Details
BSB 126-568
Account 43331663
Provide your surname in 'description'.

Please consider a Dana donation if you are able.
Mandatory Declaration
Warning: Sesshin can be physically and emotionally challenging. We recommend you read ‘Taking the Path of Zen’ by Robert Aitken Roshi and practice sitting at home and during our regular Thursday evening sitting before you commit to the much longer periods of sitting Sesshin. This is to ensure you’re familiar with the hours of meditation, postures, silence, and scheduled events. Please wear comfortable black and/or plain clothing to the Sesshin. Leaders are available to answer questions during the Sesshin.

Sesshin provides an opportunity to have an interview with the teacher in Dokusan. Some walks and exercise may be included. Except where Sesshin is run online, there will be voluntary jobs assigned, for example in the kitchen. If you have a pre-existing condition that prevents you from taking on a job, please indicate this above and advise one of the leaders. We ask you to take responsibility for your own well being and general health. If you are not well or have an accident please inform a leader or the teacher promptly.
Statement: I have read the warning above. I agree that the Zen Group of Western Australia Inc. and its councillors, members and appointed representatives will not be liable for any loss, damage or injury arising directly or indirectly from my participation in this event or its production, which may include my performance of voluntary services. I am aware of the nature of this event, the extent of my participation and its requirements of me. *
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