Three-Day Sesshin – Wed-Fri, July 17-19

Led by Jisho Warner and Burt Quinn

These three days of practice will be held in silence, with alternating periods of zazen (seated meditation, usually 30-minute periods) and kinhin (walking meditation, usually 10 minutes), and a work period each afternoon. A Dharma talk will be given in the morning and participants will have the opportunity to speak with a teacher (dokusan).

We will be sitting from 8:30am to 5:30pm each day. Attendance all three days is encouraged but not required, though please plan on attending the entire day for days you have registered. Please do not leave in the middle of the day unless you have received permission from one of the teachers (info@stonecreekzen.org).

An informal vegetarian lunch will be served, as well as morning tea and afternoon snacks.

Each day will begin with a short orientation and opportunity for an orientation. Please plan on arriving by 8:15am and on being in your seat ready to start by 8:25am.

If you are new to Zen practice, we recommend that you attend one of the scheduled orientations with zazen instruction on June 1 or July 6 at 10am.

We look forward to practicing together!

Register here