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Q: Are there any good retreats or wellness centers outside Shanghai?

Somewhere not far from the city, but far enough to escape the chaos and pollution of the city.

8 years 47 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Shanghai

 
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Contact the organisers of Spiritual Shanghai.
Sian Leong
(my maiden name was Sian Meeuwsen, married name is now Sian Leong, just in case there is confusion!)
Email: sian@spiritualshanghai.com
If you have any questions, please post on the Forum so others may benefit from the answers:
http://www.spiritualshanghai.com/tal-ki-forum/

here's a link to their calendar

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