Introductory

Video Nights: Smile at Fear, a Pema Chodron Retreat

with Cathy Baerg & Katrina Burton

July 2nd—July 23rd

We all have fears, but when we look closely at them, we discover that behind each fear resides a basic fear of ourselves. We’re afraid to look at our habitual styles of thinking and behaving because we might not always like what we see. Ironically it is t Continue »

Contemplative Writing Workshop

with Tunde Nemeth

July 20th

Writing, like meditation, is a solitary act that benefits greatly from practice with others. Continue »

The Road Home: Book Study

with Loretta Colton

August 8th—September 5th

Together we will read, discuss, contemplate the book The Road Home: A Contemporary Exploration of the Buddhist Path, by Ethan Nichtern. Each class will include a period of meditation and contemplation Continue »

Contemplative Writing Workshop

with Tunde Nemeth

August 10th

Writing, like meditation, is a solitary act that benefits greatly from practice with others. Continue »

Meditation in Everyday Life

with David Fowler

August 24th—August 25th

This weekend retreat provides the introductory tools and teachings for working with meditation in everyday life. Continue »

Contemplative Writing Workshop

with Tunde Nemeth

August 24th

Writing, like meditation, is a solitary act that benefits greatly from practice with others. Continue »

The Three Jewels: Heart teachings of the Buddha

with David Fowler

September 10th—September 24th

Finding Peace: A Mindfulness Meditation Retreat With Suzanne Schecter-Côté

September 14th—September 15th

Feeling stressed? Want to experience more relaxation and peace of mind in your life? Many therapists and experts say that meditation can help. This weekend retreat offers an excellent and gentle introduction to the practice of meditation, in a safe and w Continue »

What Does It Mean to Be Free? The Heart Sutra and the Essence of Life

with Shastri Bozica Costigliola & Cathy Baerg

November 5th—December 3rd

Freedom means different things to different people, but the Buddhist teachings point to ultimate freedom as understanding and experiencing the open nature of our being and our world. Continue »