Introducing the “Weekly Zen” Meditation Class

Daily Zen has been going strong since 2008. I’ve learned a ton about Zen practice and meditation, specifically Zazen. Zazen is a meditative practice that begins as a sitting practice and soon influences one’s day-to-day thoughts and actions.

The practice of Zazen is not intended to be a means to an end. Meditation is used by many people who are aware of its benefits, but Zazen specifically teaches us to transcend suffering by letting go of our attachments to goals and desires. It’s the practice of simply being in the moment.

I live in Brooklyn and recently graduated NYU with a degree in Art History. I’m not quite ready to hop on the full-time job grind yet. As a result, I’ve been doing odd jobs. I’ve also started teaching meditation and have been focusing on taking Daily Zen to the next level.

So here’s my announcement: I will now be offering a “Weekly Zen” one-on-one meditation class for anyone who signs up. The course lasts for 1 hour and costs $50. It can be repeated as often as you’d like to help you retain your meditation habit and improve your understanding.

This is the price for people in the NYC area. Not everyone lives in NYC, so if you read Daily Zen and want a meditation lesson, I’ll do it over Skype for $25.

Lots of classes costs hundreds / thousands of dollars just for a name brand. I can’t provide you with a name brand or a fancy studio, but I can help you learn something I’ve been practicing for more than 10 years. I learned early-on that it’s easier and more pleasant to have a face-to-face teacher.

To sign up or get more info, email

Charlie Ambler

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