South Sound Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Cultivating Compassionate Action, Olympia, Washington
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Local Sanghas

The following is an incomplete list of local Buddhist and meditation groups.

  • Nalanda Institute is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization committed to the inner development and actualization of the powerful human qualities of wisdom and skillful means through Buddhist academic studies and meditative practices.

  • Meditation Groups Led by Jude Rozhon: Jude leads two weekly drop-in meditation groups in Olympia and two weekly drop-in meditation groups in Tacoma.

  • Boundless Mind Zen is the philosophy and practice of Zen based on the understanding that the core tenets and practices of Zen Buddhism are universal and not reliant on any specific national, ethnic or cultural practices.

  • Olympia Zen Center: Order of Ryokan

  • Bodhi House: A sangha, in the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, meets for meditation and practice twice weekly.

  • Senior Meditation Group with Robert Lovitt: The Gentle/Fierce Path to Aging Warriorship-Meditation

  • Olympia Meditators (OM): Non-sectarian buddhist meditation group meets twice per month at Robert Lovitt's house. Call (360)357-2825.

  • The Buddhangkura Buddhist Temple was established since 1999 by laypeople who are Thai, Laotian, Cambodian and others in Olympia, Washington.

  • Chua Lien Hoa: A Vietnamese Buddhist Temple in Northeast Olympia

  • Community for Interfaith Celebration (CIC) is an interfaith congregation based in Olympia, Washington. They have a dharma study that meets on Saturday. (calendar)

  • LGBTQI Meditation, Sundays 10:00 to 11:30 am, Chinese Healing and Meditation Arts Studio, 606 Columbia St in downtown Olympia, Peer led 40 minute meditation followed by "check in".