Use the form below to register and make your payment for Rohatsu 2022. You are receiving this link because you have been approved for on-site attendance.
Most of you have arranged with Johanna your lodging or commuting status. Those of you who are staying on-site should select the Shared Cabin Option. Cabins will sleep three people. If we get in a squeeze a cabin may have a fourth person. Commuters, campers and van sleepers should select the Commuting option. The cost includes lodging if you are in the cabin, session fees and all meals prepared by our wonderful cook Nicola. Dana is not included in the price.
The single rooms in the cottage have already been reserved and are not available. You know if you will be staying in one of these rooms because you will receive an email from Johanna letting you know. There are only four rooms in the cottage. Please don’t select the cottage single room option unless it is pre-arranged with us.
Covid Policy for Overnight Visitors (Click here to download the waver)
All overnight visitors must be vaccinated for COVID-19 and have received a current booster. Proof of vaccination status is required.
We require proof of a negative COVID-19 test administered within 24 hours of arrival.
All overnight guests are required to sign a liability waiver which will be emailed to you prior to rohatsu.
Testing for COVID-19 throughout the duration of your stay may be required.
If, during your stay, you become COVID-19 positive, are displaying symptoms of COVID-19, or learn you have been in recent contact with someone who is COVID-19 positive, you must take reasonable steps to isolate yourself from others. While MCZC will do its best to accommodate your isolation period on site, doing so may not always be possible. In joining our community as an overnight guest, you assume all responsibility and expense in the event you must leave the facility early.
We encourage, but do not require, you to wear a mask covering the nose and mouth during your time at MCZC and while sitting in the Zendo. KN95 or equivalent masks are recommended as they do help decrease the transmission of airborne pathogens.