One River Sangha

After 12 years, One River Sangha is no longer meeting.  Please check out our other Reno sitting groups, which are also welcoming to all. To read more about this, please check out Frank’s blog post of September 25, 2015:

DharmaZephyr.org/one-river-sangha-to-stop-meeting/

We are open to meditators of all stripes and experience levels, and we are a mix of GLBT and straight people. Currently our group has anywhere from 6-12 regular sitters. We are rooted in vipassana-style buddhism, but we don’t have a resident teacher, and as a result, we tend to just focus on sitting and cultivating the sangha community. We start sitting at 6:30 p.m., so if you can get there in time to be settled and ready to meditate at 6:30 p.m., that’s ideal. If you’re late, no problem — please just enter the room quietly. You won’t disturb anyone! We sit for a half hour, then talk and sometimes have tea, usually breaking up by 8 p.m.

Where:

At the Reno Buddhist Center
820 Plumas Street, Reno
Parking is on Taylor Street, in the parking lot across from the Taylor Street entrance (the south side), or you may park on the street. Please enter the building through the Taylor Street door. We meet in the room through the last door on the right as you go down the hall. Sitting starts at 6:30 p.m., so please be a little early.

When:
Tuesday evenings
6:30 p.m.

Contact:
Frank (775) 813-7155

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