We recognise and pay respect to the traditional custodians of the land, the Gadigal and Wangal people of the Eora nation, on which our zendo sits.
Many years ago our city zendo used to be a corner shop that is located at 251 Young Street, Annandale, in Sydney’s inner-west.
We offer meditation evenings every Monday and Wednesday evening at the Annandale zendo. Wearing a mask for chanting and dokusan is mandatory.
On Monday and Thursday evenings and on Tuesday mornings we offer Zoom meditation groups.
Interviews with the teachers and apprentice teachers – dokusan – is available on some Monday evenings and every Wednesday evening during zazen, or online for members by appointment firstname.lastname@example.org
Zazenkais are an opportunity to practice for a longer period of time which is a great preparation for going on a retreat. They are a rich exploration of the Way which involves a morning of intensive zazen, including a dharma talk, held on the third Sunday of each month.
Orientations for newcomers are held on Tuesdays, once a month. Please go to the Newcomers page to book in.
Precept recitation ceremonies are held every alternate month (on the full moon). They offer students an opportunity to reflect on the inter-connectedness of all beings and discuss the moral and ethical dimensions which arise from this realisation. Every other month we hold a Dharma Café which is a chance to ask questions and provides another opportunity for shared reflections on our practice in daily life.
We also offer study groups, Buddha’s Birthday celebration, a Memorial ceremony, talks, workshops and city-based non-residential sesshins (retreats).