Welcome to SnowFlower Sangha

Welcome to SnowFlower Sangha

Practicing Mindfulness and Meditation in the Tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh

Welcome to SnowFlower Sangha

Practicing Mindfulness and Meditation in the Tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh

We seek to offer a safe, welcoming, and participatory sangha where people of diverse identities can feel at home and in community

Sitting Meditation at Annual Fall Retreat
© Doreen Kunert, Used By Permission

Welcome To SnowFlower Sangha!

Please visit our Welcome – Newcomer Guides if you are new to SnowFlower or just curious.

We welcome newcomers of all identities at any of our gatherings.

Meeting Times

SnowFlower is fortunate to host four gatherings weekly:
Tuesday – 7:00-8:30 p.m. Friends Meetinghouse, 1704 Roberts Court, Madison
Wednesday – 1:30-3:00 p.m. in people’s homes
Friday – 7:00-8:30 p.m. Friends Meetinghouse, 1704 Roberts Court, Madison
Sunday – 10:00-11:30 a.m. in people’s homes

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Contact Us

For questions or to share information with our sangha, please email all inquiries or other information to questions@snowflower.org

Snow BuddhaOpen Heart, Peaceful Mind: Knowing Ease in the Midst of Difficulty

Please join us for a three-day Thaypassana meditation retreat at Holy Wisdom Monastery from February 10-12, 2017 in Madison, WI. This is an intensive practice retreat blending the Thich Nhat Hanh & Vipassana traditions led by David Haskin, Jan Sheppard and Steven Spiro (and maybe Cheri Maples).

For more information, event details and registration form, please see the Event Flyer.

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This world is full of challenges, both personal and societal. Our sense of well-being can be shaken by habitual, unskillful mind-states, thoughts and impulses. This retreat will explore how the practice of Mindfulness and the Buddha’s teachings provide a rich and powerful way to live each moment with a heart that remains open and at east.

This silent retreat offers an opportunity to start the new year with a more intensive practice. It offers 30-45 minute periods of sitting and walking meditation, Qigong, group discussions, and limited meditation instruction – including looking deeply, or vipassana.

For more information, event details and registration form, please see the Event Flyer.