Tahoma Zen monastery holds sesshin throughout the year.
Shodo Harada Roshi leads sesshin in February, May, and September.
Daichi Roshi comes a few times a year for Kosesshin – dates are here.
Information on sesshin dates can be found here:
Guidelines for conduct, what to bring, and other details are here.
Getting to the monastery: here
Schedules (which may change) are linked below:
- Ko sesshin: have a longer morning work period and either rest or study in the afternoon.
- Samu sesshin: have a longer morning work period and Teisho in the afternoon
- O sesshin: have a short work period then zazen in the morning and Teisho in the afternoon
Once you’ve explored the information on these links you can contact us at: sesshin AT tahomazenmonastery DOT org