Just as Siddhartha left the innocence and protection of his childhood palace to seek his own path and to discover what he had to bring into the world, so must all young people leave the total dependence of childhood behind and embark on the important and complex journey towards adulthood. Read more
Letitia Bartlett and Kansan David Zimmerman invite you to breathe, open, and unravel from grasping and imbalance into freedom and equanimity with Iyengar yoga and Zen in their upcoming retreat, Return to Balance: Yoga and Zen.
Letitia has been teaching yoga for 15 years, is a graduate of the San Francisco Iyengar Institute, and explains a bit of her philosophy of yoga and its interplay with Zen and even the performing arts below.
We had a lively full house last night in the dining room at City Center for the book reading and launch event for Colleen Busch’s Fire Monks: Zen Mind Meets Wildfire at the Gates of Tassajara, just out from Penguin Press.
The event was video streamed live to the web and recorded for viewing on-demand.
NOTHING IS HIDDEN, San Francisco Zen Center’s series of readings, artist talks and screenings, is pleased to present an evening with acclaimed poets, Matthew Dickman and Matthew Zapruder.
Friday, August 26, 7:30pm, City Center, 300 Page Street, SF [directions]
Live video streamed on the SFZC channel at LiveStream.