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  • Jun Po Denis Kelly, received his Zen Masters recognition in 1992. He was Vice Abbot and head monk as well as resident yoga teacher at Dai Bosatsu Zendo Kong Ji in the Catskill Mountains in New York state from 1987 through 1993. His Inka Zen lineage is in the Rinzai tradition, through Eido Shimano Roshi of the The Zen Studies Society. His yoga lineage is that of BKS Iyengar and Patabi Jois. Jun Po has been practicing, studying and teaching Zen and Yoga for over twenty-five years.

  • Diane Musho Hamilton
    Salt Lake City, UT, US

    Zen practice is your life.  Some things just have to be lived out.
                                                                                   --Musho Sensei

  • Lana Grace Spraker
    Los Angeles, CA, US

    Sifu Lana Spraker has been practicing T'ai Chi Ch'uan since 1970.

    She has taught Traditional Yang style T'ai Chi Ch'uan at home and abroad for more than 36 years. (See Schedule of Classes)

    Her unique teaching style incorporates Qi Gong, Buddhist and Taoist philosophy, her training as a Dance Therapist and as a Certified Teacher of the Alexander Technique.

    She has lectured and presented workshops throughout the United States, Great Britain, Switzerland, The Netherlands, South Africa, Mexico, Australia and Fiji.

  • Michael Mugaku Zimmerman
    Salt Lake City, UT, US

    “In Buddhism, there is no hope.” That was my formal introduction to Zen, a remark made by a monk teaching an introductory class at Kanzeon. What a relief! Nothing to do. Just this! Hearing that, I never looked back. I wholeheartedly entered Zen practice.

  • Appleton, WI, US

    What is Mondo Zen?

    Mondo Zen™ is based on Japanese and Chinese Zen, updated for the 21st Century. Mondo Zen™ transcends the hierarchical/authoritarian, gender-biased and constraining monastic aspects of traditional Zen in favor of practical, experiential “in the world” engagement. Relying only on direct personal experience - as taught by the Buddha himself - it does not allow mythic constructs to complicate its philosophical orientation. This includes ideas such as reincarnation, soul as personality, bardo realms, past lives, a creator deity, or other faith-based beliefs.

  • Lamy, NM, US

    Prajna Zendo is not a residential or monastic center. All of our members and teachers have work in the world. Still, our intention is to offer a range of practice opportunities, so that those who want a taste of Zen teaching and practice can be served, as well as those who want intensive practice. 

  • Torrey, UT, US

         The Boulder Mountain Zendo, founded by Michael Mugaku Zimmerman Sensei and Diane Musho Hamilton Sensei, is a center of Zen study and practice with two locations. One is a small zendo located in the town of Torrey, just outside of Capitol Reef National Park in the heart of Utah's red rock country. The other is an urban center located at Artspace in downtown Salt Lake City. Musho Sensei and Mugaku Sensei are both lineage holders in the Soto Zen tradition of Taizan Maezumi Roshi and Soten Genpo Roshi.

  • Salt Lake City, UT, US

         The Boulder Mountain Zendo, founded by Michael Mugaku Zimmerman Sensei and Diane Musho Hamilton Sensei, is a center of Zen study and practice with two locations. One is a small zendo located in the town of Torrey, just outside of Capitol Reef National Park in the heart of Utah's red rock country. The other is an urban center located at Artspace in downtown Salt Lake City. Musho Sensei and Mugaku Sensei are both lineage holders in the Soto Zen tradition of Taizan Maezumi Roshi and Soten Genpo Roshi.

  • Mt. Tremper, NY, US
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