april, 2021

07apr6:30 pm7:45 pmYoung Urban Zen: Intro to Zen - Encountering Your Life6:30 pm - 7:45 pm

Event Details

Young Urban Zen Segment 1: Intro to Zen: Encountering Your Life
April 7 – June 9 (10 weeks)
Wednesdays, 5:30 – 6:45pm PT | 6:30pm – 7:45pm MT | 8:30 – 9:45pm ET
Via Zoom

Young Urban Zen’s Intro to Zen: Encountering Your Life is an online class (part of the YUZ year long series) that will deepen your understanding and practice of Zen both on the cushion and in your daily life. Students will be introduced to the essentials of sitting practice through an elegant framework called the Four Modes of meditation. We will practice together in this highly experiential course using guided meditations, small group explorations and weekly teachings in a spirit of creative inquiry.

Young Urban Zen is a year-long study and practice series offered through Two Arrows Zen for those 40 years of age or younger.  Our vision for Young Urban Zen is to provide accessible, warm, and inviting programming that is relevant and appeals to a younger generation through highly experiential, community based, and practical online sessions on Zen meditation, human development, interpersonal skills, and navigating conflict.  

10-week course – Segment 1 of Young Urban Zen
Individual enrollment: $150.00

CLICK HERE for more information and to register for the Young Urban Zen year-long study and practice program


The Young Urban Zen year-long series is facilitated by:

Alana Anyo Felt has been a student of Diane Musho Hamilton Roshi at Two Arrows Zen since 2011. As an ordained monk, she weaves Zen insight into her work as a leadership coach and integral facilitator. Alana is currently supporting clients in both grief work and/or through life transitions. She is passionate about helping people explore their relationship to loss and change, through which clients deepen their emotional and embodied wisdom, hear the truth of their hearts, and find strength and meaning in the face of pain and loss.

Gabriel Kaigen Wilson is a Zen practitioner at Two Arrows Zen and was ordained as a monk by Diane Musho Hamilton Roshi. Out in the world, he is a leadership coach and organizational consultant, with a specialty in diversity and inclusion efforts, and a co-author of Compassionate Conversations: How to Speak and Listen from the Heart. Through his work, Freedom and Fairness, Gabe takes purpose driven organizations to the intersection of social justice, design thinking, human psychology and group dynamics in service of supporting them in creating cultures of greater equity, diversity, and inclusion.

 

 

 

Time

(Wednesday) 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm

Location

Zoom Conference Platform