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Dharma Talk with Teijo: Joy

Date/Time

Nov 09, 2018
07:00 PM until 09:00 PM

Description

Join Zen teacher Teijo Munnich for a Dharma talk! This 2 hour session is the first in a two part visit by Teijo to Savannah.   Teijo Munnich is the founder of the Great Tree Zen Temple, near Asheville, NC. She is a Dharma Heir of Dainin Katagiri Roshi, her teacher from 1975 until his death in 1990. Her presence, polished by years of Zen study and practice, has been inspiring students in Savannah for more than a decade.   Preparation: Please bring your own meditation cushion or meditation bench if you have one and prefer your own seat. Blankets and blocks will be provided for those without their own cushion.   Registration Fee: $15   Dana: Participants will have the opportunity to give their offerings in appreciation for Teijo’s teachings. She, like other dharma teachers, is supported by the gifts of her students. Your registration fee will reserve your spot.

Cost

$15

Location

View map Savannah Power Yoga
7360 Skidaway Road
Unit J-3
Savannah, GA

Additional Information

Phone

912-349-2756

Contact name

Jane

Contact email

programs@savannahpoweryoga.com

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