Please join us Saturday, May 23, at 11 am, for an online dharma talk by Yoko Ohashi.
We’ll be using Zoom to host the talk, so you can watch and listen over computer or phone. To join this online offering, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in advance. As in our “traditional” dharma talks, Yoko will be taking questions at the end. Everyone will be muted on Zoom during the talk. If you would like to ask a question at the end, please unmute yourself at the appropriate time.
Please consider making a financial donation to BZC to support our online offerings at this time. You can donate to BZC via Paypal to email@example.com or online here. No donation is too small. Your contributions are deeply appreciated and needed to support our community and our ongoing dharma offerings.
For those who are in a position to contribute, please give generously as you are able. Thank you!
About Yoko Ohashi
Yoko has a strong background in visual arts and yoga. She was born in Osaka, Japan, and her early experience of coming to live in the US inspired her to explore herself in this new culture. Yoko is grateful to have come across Zen in Brooklyn and looks forward to deeply rooting her practice in sangha. Yoko currently co-facilitates the People of Color sangha. She has been practicing and studying Soto Zen Buddhism for over a decade since she first came to the center. She was lay ordained by Teah Strozer in 2015 and served as head student during the fall practice period in 2016.