Sunday Morning Meditation
Sundays, 9 – 9:45 AM
A wonderful way to start your Sunday. We recommend pairing this with the Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga practice that follows at 10 AM (see below).
$5 for general public, free for Nyingma Institute students currently enrolled in a course or program
Please note that there are no meditation sessions the week of July 4, or from December 25 – January 1.
Sunday Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga
Sundays, 10 AM – Noon
Cost: $15. Free to students in the Institute’s Certificate Programs.
Discover the gentle movement exercises of Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga: effective techniques for relaxation, healing, relieving tension, and revitalizing body and mind. Both experienced and beginning students are welcome to attend this drop-in class.
This two-hour session of movement allows you to relax more deeply into stillness.
Free Sunday Vajra Guru Mantra Chant
Sundays, 5–5:45 PM
Approximately thirty minutes of chanting is followed by ten to fifteen minutes of silent sitting. The mantra is chanted in a slow melodious way that helps deepen meditation and activate inner healing.
Free Sunday Talks
Sundays, 6-7 PM
Talks touch on a wide variety of topics, including but not limited to: Tibetan Yoga, working and communicating skillfully, traditional Buddhist topics as applied to everyday life, explorations of time and space, how to lead a more balanced life, wellness and healing.
Additional Drop-In Classes & Programs
Evening Meditation from Monday – Thursdays, 6:15 – 6:30 PM. $5 for general public, free for Nyingma Institute students currently enrolled in a course or program. Learn more
For free Open House and Full Moon Chants, please visit the Free page to learn more.
Many of our Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga classes accept drop-ins. Visit our Student Portal & Registration Site to see the current schedule.
We also have a Kum Nye Class held every other week offsite at the Rossmoor Community Center for residents.
Dates: 2nd and 4th Saturdays
Time: 9:30 – 11:00 am through Dec.9 (New time starting in January 2018 — 10:00 – 11:30 am!)
This class is led by visiting teachers from Nyingma Institute including Dave Abercrombie, Abbe Blum, Donna Morton and Santosh Philip.