Take Control of your Life Experience
Join Master Mark Russo for a three day retreat in a 5-star resort in Orlando.
FUDO SHIN—it is what the legendary Japanese warrior culture calls “immovable spirit”. The concept evokes images of resolute stoicism in the face of adversity. This vision is just the surface of a deep flowing well, the simple mask that belies the complexities of an enlightened mind. What appears on the surface as simply cold and heartless is in truth neither. A truly strong spirit is the result of a carefully cultivated and well trained mind.
We are all interested in REDUCING STRESS
We are all interested in A GREATER SENSE OF SELF-CONTROL
We are all interested in PEACE OF MIND
We are all interested in MORE HAPPINESS
We are all interested in LESS SUFFERING
We are all interested in FREEDOM FROM FEAR AND WORRY
This is the path of FUDO SHIN—the immovable spirit. Join Master Mark Sentoshi Russo for a personal retreat and exploration into this age old science of the mind.
Where: The resort is the Hilton Grand Resort on International Drive. The accommodations are excellent and we have reserved two-bedroom units for the event. There are full kitchens in each unit and a Publix grocery store and restaurants right across the street.
When: We will leave Tampa on Saturday, December 5 and return on Tuesday, December 8. Participants have the option of leaving on Monday evening to get back to Tampa for work the next day.
Tuition: $650 – includes room for 3 nights
The nature of this material is such that we must limit the participation to 16 people.
Register Now! Call (813) 971-5545
About Mark S. Russo
Mark Russo earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of South Florida. He is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Transpersonal Counseling.
At the completion of his MBA, Mark was hired as a Management Consultant to Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, AT&T, Anheuser Busch, Glaxo Welcome, and Aetna/United Healthcare specializing in senior executive leadership development, and culture design and management.
His ongoing quest for mastery of the human experience has led him to philosophical and spiritual mentors spanning the globe from Native American shamans to high Lamas from the southern reaches of the Himalayan Mountains.