We are back in person for our Monday night meetings. A zoom option remains available. Our other meetings are on Zoom or in person. Scroll down to meeting listings to check their status.
Our Programs and Teachings
We are meeting in person and online. Join us on for meditation, dharma talk and group discussion. Usually led by guiding teacher Lisa Ernst with occasional special guest teachers or our talented One Dharma facilitators. A zoom option remains available.
This in person meeting is open to people from all walks of recovery or who are interested and wish to incorporate mindfulness into their recovery path. No previous experience with meditation or recovery groups required.
Join us for this six month practice group, meeting monthly starting April 19. We will use Larry Rosenberg’s “Breath by Breath,” based on the Anapanasati Sutra. All are welcome. We ask that those attending have an existing daily practice or will commit to one for this class.
“The beauty of anti-racist work is that you don’t have to pretend to be free of racism to be an anti- racist. Anti-racism is the commitment to fight racism wherever you find it, including in yourself. And it’s the only way forward.” – Ijeoma Oluo Meeting monthly online starting April 26th.
Join us for this combination meditation retreat and nature adventure in one of the world’s most beautiful and bio-diverse countries. Enjoy meditation on the open deck overlooking a stunning natural landscape, amazing organic food and time to explore the surroundings.
Now in person at Mindful Nashville! Led by Jennifer Wang and Scott Glazier, this class is great for beginners but also perfect for anyone wishing to refresh the basics of their practice and connect in community.
This silent retreat is being held at the beautiful Southern Dharma Retreat Center in Hot Springs, NC. Nestled in the Western North Carolina Mountains, its the ideal place to meditate and retreat in nature.
Retreat full, waitlist open. During this time together we will renew our minds and hearts in the simple yet profound practice of sitting and walking meditation. Gradually this practice will lead us to intimacy with all of life as we touch the present moment with a kind and open heart.