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Annual Everyday Zen Sesshin

Oct 03rd - All Day

The annual Every Day Zen Sesshin will be held at the Santa Sabina Center in San Rafael. It will start at 5:00 pm Wednesday, October 3rd and end at noon Tuesday, October 9th, 2018. Zoketsu Norman Fischer will lead the Sesshin. Ki Rei Go Jin John Murray is Shuso


Sesshin takes place during the EDZ Fall Practice Period. The Practice Period will begin with the Shuso Entering Ceremony at the All Day Sit on September 17. Information about the practice period was sent recently. If you did not receive it, visit our website: for information and an application.

We invite you to sign up now for the annual EDZ Sesshin at the Santa Sabina Center in San Rafael.


A completed application and deposit of $150 will hold your place. Make your check payable to Everyday Zen and mail it with a copy of the application to:


Kathleen Martin

415 Hudson Apt 2

Oakland, CA 94618


To apply, copy the application found on the last two pages in this email to a new message; complete it; put your name in the subject line; and send it to Mail your deposit to the address above.


Room and board costs for sesshin are as follows:

Double rooms $785

Single rooms $900 (Limited number of single rooms. First come…)

Dining Commuter $570


There are no dormitory accommodations.

Please let the registrar know if you have special needs.


As always, scholarships are available, and no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Please speak with Kathleen about this by email.



The teachings are offered without charge; a separate contribution, Dana, for the teachers, is greatly appreciated.



We will again eat oryoki style in the dining room. Oryoki is a traditional Zen form for eating. If you have an oryoki set of bowls and cloths, please bring it. If you don’t have an oryoki set and need to purchase one, indicate this on your application. The cost of an oryoki set is $53. Oryoki instruction will be provided at the start of sesshin.


Santa Sabina Center

For information about the Santa Sabina