Half Day Sitting Before Study With the Senseis

Sunday, July 12


6:00 a.m. to 10:10 a.m.


This Half Day Sitting consists of Zen Buddhist training undertaken from home, connected with the sangha through Zoom.


Zazen and kinhin alternate throughout the morning. There will be one short service with chanting the Heart Sutra. Participants will prepare and eat a simple meal and rest halfway through. The last period of zazen ends at 10:10 a.m.


For those in the Book Study with the Senseis, there will be a short rest before study begins.


Register now. An opportunity to make an offering of dana and a detailed schedule are also on this page. If you are new to Ashland Zen Center, you will receive a call and an orientation before the event.


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6:00 a.m. zazen

6:40 a.m. kinhin
6:50 a.m. zazen
7:30 a.m. service
7:40 a.m. breakfast/rest



9:00 a.m. zazen
9:30 a.m. kinhin
9:40 a.m. zazen
10:10 a.m. end

          (or short rest for those entering Study)

10:25 a.m. settle for Book Study

10:30 a.m. Book Study begins


Meeting ID: 541 552-1175  Password: Inquire if you do not know the password


Register by Wednesday, July 8.


If you wish to support Ashland Zen Center and express gratitude for the teachings, there is an opportunity to do so here:


Dana offering

Teacher Dana
1.00 USD

Offerings of dana are traditional in gratitude for the teachings. The giver, the receiver and the gift are all empty.
You may add $1 to yout cart as many times as you wish.

Half Day Sitting July 12
1.00 USD

Offerings to the temple gratefully accepted. You may add $1 to your cart as many times as you wish.




Ashland Zen Center has cancelled in-person events until further notice.


We encourage you to reach out for support when you need it.


May all beings live in safety and be free from suffering.


















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