Buddhadharma: The Practitioner's Quarterly

BUDDHIST DIRECTORY

CALIFORNIA

AGAINST THE STREAM BUDDHIST MEDITATION SOCIETY

4300 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90029. (323) 665-4300, Fax: (323) 665-4404, service@againstthestream.org, www.againstthestream.org • Founded by Noah Levine, author of Dharma Punx, Against The Stream has two centers in Los Angeles and Santa Monica offering weekly classes, daylong retreats, and special class series.

AGAINST THE STREAM BUDDHIST MEDITATION SOCIETY

2701 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94110. bayarea@againstthestream.org, www.againstthestream.org • Meditation center in the Mission offers weekly classes, daylongs, class series and residential retreats.

DHARMA ZEN CENTER

1025 S Cloverdale Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90019. (323) 934-0330, info@dharmazen.com, www.dharmazen.com • Clear teaching, clear mind. Please join us for regularly scheduled practice and retreats. A Kwan Um School Zen Center.

EMPTY GATE ZEN CENTER

2200 Parker St, Berkeley, CA 94704. (510) 845-8565, info@emptygatezen.com, www.emptygatezen.com • Clear teaching, clear mind. Please join us for regularly scheduled practice and retreats. A Kwan Um School Zen Center.

INSIGHTLA

1430 Olympic Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90404. (310) 450-1821, www.insightla.org • InsightLA offers classes, sitting groups, retreats and special events dedicated to opening minds and hearts. Buddhist wisdom inspires all our programs in Vipassana meditation and secular-mindfulness education in Los Angeles.

Kunsang Gar

PO Box 65, Freedom, CA 95019. (831) 471-7883, kunsanggarcenter@gmail.com, http://kunsanggarcenter.org • Kunsang Gar, under the spiritual direction of Rime teacher Geshe Dangsong Namgyal, offers Dzogchen meditation classes, retreats, and purification practices.

SHASTA ABBEY

3724 Summit Dr, Mt. Shasta, CA 96067. (530) 926-4208, Fax: (530) 926-0428, guestmaster@shastaabbey.org, www.shastaabbey.org • A Soto Zen monastery in Northern California. Retreats, residential training, meditation, religious services, teaching, spiritual counseling. Around 25 male and female monks.

NORTHWEST

BIG BEAR CAMP RETREAT CENTER

89480 Nelson Mountain Rd, Walton, OR 97490. (541) 228-5372, bigbearcamporegon@gmail.com, bigbearcamp.org • We welcome small group retreats. Exquisite facilities in a beautiful Oregon coast range forest setting. Lodge, yurts, indoor/outdoor kitchens, hiking trails. All traditions welcome.

CANYON MOUNTAIN CENTER

Meditation & Well Being 767 E. Main St. John Day, Oregon 97845. (415) 748-8697, jim@canyonmountaincenter.net, www.canyonmountaincenter.net • Jim and Sandy Bay. Zazen Mon, Wed. & Sat., call for times. Ongoing Yoga, Tai Chi, Energy Work, Massage, Labyrinth Walk, Rock Garden / River Walk, Lodging rentals.

MOUNT ADAMS ZEN BUDDHIST TEMPLE TUYET SON THIEN TU

46 Stoller Road, Trout Lake, WA • We are a small farm temple in the Vietnamese Thien tradition. Metta, Loving Kindness & meditation are our primary practices. We call ourselves practicing “laughing farmer Zen”. We can provide space for 1 week – 3 month personal retreats. Located at Trout Lake Abbey.

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