Lamont Dharma House (1719 Lamont St., NW, Adams Morgan, Washington DC, 20010) (
As a precautionary measure in response to coronavirus in our region, we will be holding this class online via video conference until further notice. We hope to see you there!
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As always, dana (donation) is voluntary. We are always grateful for donation of any amount, which helps pay for the expenses of making our classes available, and helps support the teacher.
For dana you can send through:
- Venmo at: @Admin-IMCW
- PayPal or Zelle to the account: Admin@IMCW.org
- the IMCW Giving page — https://imcw.org/Giving
- or you can send a check to IMCW, P.O. Box 3, Cabin John, MD 20818
Please note your class and teacher for any donations.
Please see our IMCW online/virtual class calendar here.
3rd Saturdays, monthly.
Young adults in the IMCW community and other mindfulness-based communities around DC gather for an afternoon of meditation practice, mindful communication, discussion, and tea.
The group is for those in their 20’s and 30’s who want to take part in a conscious, mindful community. We welcome young adults of all ethnicities, races, genders, sexual orientations, and different abilities to our sangha.
Co-led by facilitators, the group offers the opportunity to build a community of spiritual friends with other young meditators. Our gathering from 2-4pm includes a guided meditation, activities to deepen our practice, and mindful sharing. There will be an opportunity to build further connections through unguided social time at 4pm with tea and snacks.
Aspirations for the Young Adult Sangha:
- Create a space where young adults in the greater DC area can share challenges and solutions in their mindfulness practice and in life with each other.
- Practice holding space for ourselves and each other through mindful dialogue and stillness.
- Be a conscious community that is open to listening from the heart, speaking from the heart, and deeply being with each other.
Insight meditation cultivates our natural wisdom and compassion. Meditation practice develops concentration, which allows us to calm and steady the mind.
No registration is necessary.
Newcomers to meditation and long time practitioners are welcome to attend IMCW classes. Chairs are always provided or you may bring your sitting gear. This event is offered freely; there will be an opportunity to offer dana (a donation) at the class.
Learn more about our ongoing classes.
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