Retreat Schedule: Friday and Saturday 9 am – 9 pm, Sunday 9 am – 5 pm EST
In this online retreat, the schedule will include alternating periods of zazen (sitting meditation), kinhin (walking meditation) along with guided meditation practices, soji, service and dharma talks. Participants are encouraged to attend in whatever way your schedules and home lives allow.
Sesshin cost: Sustaining $285 / Base $240 / Members (for 3 months) $150.
BZC offers retreats on a sliding scale basis to allow participants to pay according to individual means. Please consider giving at our sustaining rate which directly supports inclusive community attendance on this retreat.
Registration closes June 16 at 11:59 pm. Click here to register.
The Zoom link to participate in this offering will be provided 24 hours prior to the beginning of the sesshin.
Partial scholarships are available for sitting retreats such as this one. To apply for a scholarship, please use this link and wait for approval before registration. Scholarship applications are due by June 11.
Please note our cancellation policy for this offering: To request a refund for this program you must notify BZC in writing at least 7 days before the beginning of the program. Refunds will be issued in the total paid less a $15 processing fee. Please see our complete cancellation policy here.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at email@example.com.
About Kosen Greg Snyder
Kosen Greg Snyder is a dharma teacher and senior priest at Brooklyn Zen Center, as well as its co-founder and current President. He is also the Senior Director of Buddhist Studies at Union Theological Seminary, where he directs and teaches in a Masters of Divinity program focused on Buddhism and Inter-religious Engagement. Kosen received priest ordination and dharma transmission from Teah Strozer and is a lineage holder in the Suzuki Roshi lineage of Soto Zen. Kosen is active with multiple interfaith and community networks organizing around peace-building, anti-violence and social justice initiatives, and currently sits on the Brooklyn Borough President’s Advisory Council on Faith-based and Community Partnerships. Kosen’s practice of Zen and the dharma includes an understanding that personal and social liberation are a deeply integrated process of mutual unfolding. In addition to teaching in a formal Zen context, he facilitates Undoing Whiteness and Undoing Patriarchy workshops and ongoing groups that focus on investigating self-identities that may unconsciously perpetuate societal suffering. His efforts include ensuring the dharma is truly available to everyone, supporting young people in practice, developing a community-responsive Zen center, and advocating for bringing the illumination of conditioning around patriarchy, racism and economic exploitation to the center of our Buddhist exploration of self. He is devoted to co-creating an American dharma movement that fully embraces a deep social engagement focused on transforming inequity, bias and violence in ourselves, our communities and the world.