The Montevideo zen dojo is an authentic and traditional Zen dojo dedicated to the daily practice of Zen.

The responsible has received monk or nun ordination, and practice the main sesshins within the Kosen Sangha.

The dojo welcomes anybody wishing to discover the practice of zazen, in the spirit transmitted by Master Deshimaru.

On the days and times shown below, the Dojo is opened for the practice of Zazen. Zazen lasts around an hour and a half. We ask you to arrive 10 minutes in advance to prepare yourself for Zazen.

 MorningEvening
Monday  18:45
Tuesday06:45 
Thursday06:45 
Friday  18:45

Beginners' course in the practice of Zazen

The beginners' course takes place each Monday, 18:30

During the beginners' course, you will be shown the different sorts of meditation exercises which are traditionally practiced in an authentic Zen Dojo : Zazen, Kin-Hin, Sampaï, Gassho.

You will be assisted in the practice of these various exercises by zen monks or advanced practitioners. You will also learn about proper behaviour and attitude in a Dojo during meditation.

The course lasts 45 minutes and is followed by a 1 hour Zazen. This is free of charge. No need to register in advance. Just dress in loose fitting, dark clothes.

Address : Rambla Concepcion del Uruguay esq. Espuelitas, barrio Malvin Montevideo URUGUAY

Address : Rambla Concepcion del Uruguay esq. Espuelitas, barrio Malvin Montevideo URUGUAY

Tel. : (2) 614 03 68

Website : Montevideo zen dojo

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Soko en el dojo zen de buenos aires, primer zazen de marzo

On tuesday 2/24 we will reopen the dojo and practice zazen at 6.50 am. It will be conducted by master Soko as his last activity in Argentina. We will have guenmai and then make a toast. 

We are all invited to enjoy the Way practicing together.

At Gurruchaga 365, Ciudad autónoma de Buenos Aires


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Next sesshin : from 09 June 2018 to 10 June 2018 - Information and registration to this zen retreat


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