New Class Staring in January

Meditate Without Meditating
Mindfulness Meditation in everyday life
From Theravada Buddhism

Monday Evenings 6:30 to 8:00 PM

10 weeks starting January 14th with
Dr. Thynn Thynn
A Burmese-American teacher trained by the best Burmese Masters in the Zen-like techniques unique to the Burmese tradition.

Learn how to be mindful in the midst of everyday chaos and
find out how to find balance and equanimity in your life
Classes by donation (suggested donation $10-20 per class)
For more information or to register to attend in person
or to be an online student, email
Please go to for more information on classes,
events and the Sae Taw Win II dhamma center.
Sae Taw Win II Dhamma Foundation, 8769 Bower St., Sebastopol, CA 95472

It’s our 20th Anniversary for our Center

This year come join us for the joyous occasion!

Sunday, October 21, 2018, 4-7pm

Blessing ceremony at the Ananda Shrine
Chanting and sharing our stories as a Dhamma Community.
Food Dana potluck by attendees
(finger foods, noodles, desserts and fruit)
Silent auction of an oil painting by Dr Thynn
plus other items donated by the community.
1,000 lights offering to the shrines in the evening.

For more info contact:
Dr. Thynn (707) 293-4535

Daily Life Mindfulness Practice – new class!

Find you need more awareness in your daily life?  Come learn the techniques of Daily Life Mindfulness.  Learn to be more present and handle the ups & downs of life easier. Please join us for this course.

Monday  Evenings 6:30 – 8:30 PM
12 weeks starting March 5th with Jane Sipe and Adam Titone.

Jane and Adam together  have 30 years Mindfulness training and practice with Dr. Thynn Thynn. Jane has been teaching Mindfulness in Daily Life for the past 10 years and Adam has twice taken short term ordinations as a Buddhist Monk at the Half Moon Bay Dhamma Nanda Wihara Buddhist Monastery.

Email for more information, to register, or to receive recordings of the class.

Classes by donation (suggested donation $15 to $20). No one will be turned away for lack of funds.