Friday June 9 to Wednesday June 14 (including Queen’s Birthday June 12)
This sesshin is led by Jane Andino, roshi and apprentice teacher Peter Bursky. It will be held concurrently at the zendo and online via Zoom. As lay practitioners, we will have the opportunity to explore the connection of our zazen to our work, our home life, our place in the wider world, and our response in compassionate action.
Winter sesshin begins on Friday evening and closes at midday on Wednesday. There are four blocks of zazen per day: Early morning, Late morning, Afternoon and Evening. The Annandale dojo is only open for Morning and Afternoon blocks.
Participants can sign up for any blocks, but are urged to take advantage of the long weekend and sign up for the full Saturday, Sunday and Monday sittings.
Attending the opening of sesshin on the Friday evening (online) is mandatory unless there are exceptional reasons not to.
The schedule will include zazen, walking meditation, sutra recitation, dokusan and a teisho every day.
Attending sesshin near to your home, or online in your home, is a wonderful opportunity to integrate your zazen and work/home practice: we find how to be unbusy in all our activities.
SZC member – full time: $
SZC member – per block: $
Non SZC member – full time: $
Non SZC member – per block: $
Enquiries and bookings: Pablo Scodellaro: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sesshin Application form here
This is an interactive form, please tick your sitting blocks for each day (either at the zendo or online) on page 3 and send to Pablo.
To reserve your place, return the application form with full payment by
Full sutra service – MP3 recording
SZC will hold other sesshins during the year:
Spring sesshin at Kodoji, led by Gillian Coote, roshi with apprentice teacher Will Moon
Saturday September 23 – Saturday September 30
Contact: Julie Robinson email@example.com
Rohatsu sesshin at Annandale, led by Paul Maloney (non-residential)
Saturday December 2 to Friday December 8
Contact: Jill Steverson firstname.lastname@example.org