with Nick Kranz
Friday, September 20, 7-9 p.m. PUBLIC TALK @ 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, September 21, 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sunday, September 22, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Early registration is greatly appreciated.
Join us for a weekend retreat to explore the engaging and timely practice of Social Meditation.
As human beings, we’re wired for social interaction. We want to connect. We want to belong. Social Meditation illuminates and strengthens our innate connectedness in the present moment. The practice also fosters emotional resonance, helping us connect with our own wisdom, as well as the collective wisdom of the group. Together, we create a culture of care that is a powerful support for individual practice, as well as a support for the community. When we feel a sense of belonging, our meditation journey is more joyful, meaningful, and sustainable.
Over the course of the weekend, we will practice sitting meditation and Social Meditation. Through dialog and talks, we will work with our social patterns in a transformative way.
Level: Everyone is welcome; no previous experience required.
Registration: Early registration is recommended to save your space and it also helps the staff plan for the program. Kindly complete payment below or contact Rachel at [email protected] or 594-1694 to register and discuss other payment options.
Note: If you are able to pay $175, you will help someone else participate! Thank you.
Generosity policy: We have a generosity policy to make our offerings available to all who wish to participate. If the suggested amounts are an obstacle for you, please consider what is possible in your current situation and offer as much of the program fee as you can. Kindly register ahead by email. Thank you!
Nick Kranz has been a student of Buddhism since 1997. He is an experienced and dynamic meditation teacher with a passion for sharing authentic wisdom. Nick has developed an approach to cultural transformation through the practice of Social Meditation. He is interested in the intersection of social entrepreneurship, awakened intentional community, and collaborative right livelihood. To learn more about Nick, visit to: nickkranz.com.