Gyuto Monks take over Kulcha

Kulcha has become a mini Gyuto Monestry for a week.  Drop in from 10:00am and find some inner peace, bring the kids to a workshop, meditate  and inspect the progress of a sand mandala, pictured left.  Thursday evening’s “Infinite Sounds” presentation is a unique chance to be involved in a 700 year old tradition of chanting, long horns and cymbals.  It has unfortunately already sold out, but due to demand there will be a second show on Tuesday 28th June.   For more information contact Kulcha.

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