STILLWATER MEDITATION CENTER
"Where Body and Mind
Come Together in the Here and Now."
Dae Yen Sa visits Stillwater's Holistic Health Fair in Wolcott, CT.
September 9, 2007
Congratulations to Pierce for realizing a dream of opening his own center!
Sue Yen Sunim visits an old friend out front before entering. This is one of the many Buddhas on the property.
Sue Yen Sunim joining Pierce in meditation in the spacious room downstairs. Pierce worked hard to restore this former warehouse space to its current serenity enhancing condition! Many people may recognize Pierce who led many teachings at Dae Yen Sa and still arrives for events. Click here to listen and see Pierce leading a class in chanting Om Mani Padmi Hum.
Pierce posing with special friends and associates in front of another Medicine Buddha. The attention to detail achieved inside and outside of the property in such a short time is simply amazing! Many services are available at the facility as well. Available services include Reiki, massage therapy, herbal therapy, yoga, Tai Chi, and meditation. (A special thank you to Linda for this photo!)
This is only one of the many colorful fish on the premises. Stillwater has many saltwater tanks, blending nature and other traditional Buddha decor.
Pierce with the coy pond in Stillwater's backyard. Stillwater has several outside water features.
Enlightened shopping is not a myth! This is actually possible at Pierce's meditation center! The proceeds from the Practice Shop go toward services for those who could not otherwise take part in the programs.
This musical frog rasp makes a few kinds of calls by scraping the wood tapper across its back. Perhaps it can also be used as a tapper for those who may want a whimsical moktok. The charming vase can also be found in Pierce's shop. The store is full of items such as jewelry, Buddhist practice tools, tea service items, books, and CD's, just to name a few.
For more information on Stillwater Meditation Center, you can visit their webpage at http://stillwatermeditation.com/contact.htm.
Best wishes Pierce for much success and Buddha work at the new center!