Classes and Workshops
Tuesdays: October 1st - November 5th
7:00p - 8:30
Lead by Head Teacher, Ejo McMullen Osho
An introductory study of the foundational concepts of Buddhism, especially within the Mahayana School of Buddhism. Registration required.
Tuesdays, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
September 3rd - 24th
Lead by Sokai Dylan Lamar
Join us for a thorough introduction to the basics of Zen practice and form. Registration is required.
September 12th & 19th, October 10th.
7:00p - 8:30
If you have ever been interested in learning how to perform a ceremonial role at the temple, consider joining the Ritual Forms Cadre! Registration required.
Mondays, 5:30pm - 6:30pm
September 2nd - September 30th (No class September 23rd)
Join us for a wonderful Tai Chi & Qigong class with Lin Lin Choy. Open to all skill levels, but with an emphasis on introduction to the forms.
July 14th, July 28th, & August 11th
Please join us at Buddha Eye Temple for three workshops introducing traditional arts and crafts of Japan, starting with a Calligraphy workshop lead by Head Teacher Ejo .
with Chef Ryan
June 10th, 5:30pm - 8:00pm
This class aims to motivate people to cook wholesome food from scratch!
Saturday, June 1st. 9:00am
Kogen Houseknecht will offer a workshop on garden tool maintenance. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to bring a tool from home that needs some turning up.
Four Part Series May 14, 21, 28 & June 4
Tuesdays 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
In this four part series Ejo will explore the origins of Buddha Eye Temple's various chants and recitations as well as give guidance in how to intone together with an assembly. No registration required.
Listen to classes.
Download readings and handouts.
How shall I live? This is the most fundamental of spiritual questions. One aspect of our response to this question is ethics.
Saturday, March 23: 8:30 AM
Led by Kogen Houseknecht
Tue: March 5 7-9 PM (special two-hour workshop)
Sundays and Thursdays from Feb 10 - May 12 6:30-8:30 PM
Buddha Eye’s Practice Term Program is based in the tradition of gathering together to study and practice Buddha Dharma for a 90-day period.
Six-Class Series Tue: Jan 22-Feb 26 7-8:30 PM
"The Way is perfect and all-pervading. How could it be contingent on practice and realization?" asks Dogen Zenji, the 13th-century founder of Japanese Soto Zen Buddhism. Dogen's answer to this puzzle takes him to the heart of Zazen: the seated meditation practice at the core of our tradition.