Open Way Sanghas

Our sanghas are rooted in the mindfulness tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh and consist of Open Way & Be Here Now in Missoula, Flowing Mountains in Helena, Open Sky in Kalispell, and the TNH Group in Bozeman.

     

Mindfulness Center

The Open Way Mindfulness Center in Missoula, MT is home to Open Way & Be Here Now Sanghas and also hosts many other community classes and events, see our calendar for more info.

               Open Way Mindfulness Center - 702 Brooks Missoula, Montana - 406-549-9005 

                                                         openwaysangha@gmail.com

                         Interested in renting the Open Way Mindfulness Center? Please email us!

Flowing Mountains Sangha


 Flowing Mountains Sangha in Helena, MT

 An Open Way Community of Mindful Living in the Tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh

 
 

Meets Tuesdays, St. John’s Building, 25 South Ewing

(use entrance from parking lot in back of building off S. Rodney St.)

Mountains and Rivers building, 825 Helena Avenue.

walking & sitting meditation, 6:30 & 7:00 p.m.

program, 7:30 p.m. ~ closing 8:30 p.m.

 

Monthly Programs:

1st Tues: Mindfulness Trainings (guidelines for ethical living)

2nd Tues: Meditation (instruction, practice)

3rd Tues: Sharing the Way (teachings, talks)

4th Tues: Nurturing Wisdom & Compassion (discussion, guided practice)

 

for more information email flowingmountains@gmail.com

 

 

Until further notice, we will continue to meet at the Mountains and Rivers building, 825 Helena Avenue.


 

JANUARY 2018

                2    Mindfulness Trainings

                9    Nothing To It – reading and reflections

                16  Qi gong instruction and exercises led by Wendy Fox

(My experience of Qi Gong led by Wendy is that of a guided meditation unifying body, mind and spirit through mindful awareness of the body, breath and movement.This practice has been described as the ‘Art of Effortless Power’ which increases energy, vitality and over-all health.)

                23  Way Seeking Talk – Lee Crawford.

                30  Nothing To It

Jonathan will be opening and leading – many thanks.

 

Day of Mindfulness: RESPECT the PRESENT MOMENT -  January 20, Saturday, 9-4 led by Dharma teacher Rowan Conrad. (you will soon receive a flyer with more detail.)

Late Sunday, January 21  and early to mid-day Monday, January 22, Rowan will be available for individual sessions with persons who are members or attendees of Flowing Mountains Sangha.

 

Thursday – January 4 is open breakfast and conversation at No Sweat Café, 7a.m.

 

 

Walk With Me Film Showing in Helena:

Have you heard of the film Walk With Me? It is about mindfulness practice and monastic life at Plum Village, the founding community of our practice in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh. The movie has a unique process for distribution: communities must pre-purchase a certain number of tickets to confirm the film showing locally. The film has already been shown in Missoula and in Kalispell, and we are now proposing to offer it here in Helena. As noted in the message below, the film is scheduled for the Myrna Loy on January 4, but ONLY if we have at least 80 tickets sold in the next 50 days. Tickets are available only through the website of the distributor (GATHR Films) and will not be available at the door.

Follow link to purchase tickets:  https://gathr.us/screening/21783

 

 

Flowing Mountains is actively served by four Order of Interbeing members as well as committed practitioners. Our OI members are as follows:

Sandra SuZanne ("Zan") Murray, a writer and editor, and co-founder of Flowing Mountains. She also enjoys gardening, cooking, and handcrafts.

Jonathan Matthews, a professor at Carroll College and a co-founder of Flowing Mountains. He is also a national champion racewalker.

Stan Voreyer, a retired mental health care provider. He has taken Thay's advice of living a non-busy life to be his foremost practice.

Ann Kuntzweiler is exploring right livelihood through life coach certification.