Sundays (10 - 12 PM)

Location: Eileen Fisher Headquarters, 2 Bridge Street, Irvington, NY 10533

Directions: Northwest corner, entrance is adjacent to the river. See below to view map and directions.

By donation. Open to all.


Sunday mornings alternate each week between Dharma Gatherings (DG), Open Meditation (OM) and Learn to Meditate (LTM).

Dharma Gatherings (DG) begin with 30 minutes of sitting practice, followed by a dharma talk and discussion. A brief introduction to the meditation technique is provided for those that want it in a separate room upstairs at 10 am.

Open Meditation (OM) consists of 2 full hours of practice, with alternating periods of sitting and walking meditation, and a brief reading.

Learn to Meditate (LTM) meetings offer a very detailed (1-1.5 hour) presentation on the practice for those who are new to it, or for those who would like a refresher. This instruction is offered at the same time as Open Meditation, but in a separate room, upstairs.  At the end of this instruction, the group will join the Open Meditation gathering for the remainder of the morning.

All programs conclude with refreshments and conversation. Meditation cushions are provided.



Mar 5: OM & LTM – Jane Kolleeny

Mar 12:  DG – Derek Kolleeny, Derek Kolleeny “Patience: Bravery, Emptiness and the Junction of Virtue, Wisdom and Compassion"”

Mar. 19: OM & LTM – Gene Bobker

Mar. 26:  DG – Jane, “Pain is not a punishment; pleasure is not a reward”

April 2: OM & LTM – Derek Kolleeny

Apr 9 DG – Derek Kolleeny, "Loneliness and Fear of the Known: Where Mind, Breath and Space Meet"

Apr 16: Closed for Easter

Apr 23: DG – John Baker, “The Logic of the Tibetan Vajrayana Path, from Beginning to End”

Apr 30: OM & LTM – Jane Kolleeny

May 7: DG – Jane Kolleeny, “The Profound Importance of Communication”

May 14: Closed for Mother’s Day

May 21: DG – Derek Kolleeny, "Alternative Facts, Alternative Realities: Stages in the Understanding, Realization and Experience of Emptiness"

May 28: Closed for Memorial Day

June 4: DG – John Baker, "What is 'shunyata', often translated “emptiness” or 'voidness'?  And why is tantra often given the sobriquet, 'The Path of Bliss'?" -- PLEASE NOTE! NEW LOCATION FOR THIS DATE. SEE BELOW

June 11: OM & LTM – Gene Bobker

June 18: Closed for Father’s Day

June 25: OM & LTM – Gene Bobker

July 2: Closed for Independence Day

July 9: OM & LTM – Jane Kolleeny

July 16: DG – Jane Kolleeny, “The great retreat of life – approach, engage, and let go”

July 23: OM & LTM – Gene

July 30: Derek Kolleeny, "The patient endurance of the uncreated: where virtue, wisdom and compassion meet"



Eileen Fisher Learning Lab
Trent Building
30 S Buckout St., Irvington NY 10533

This Sunday is a special treat for us in that we get to meet in the beautiful newly renovated space of Eileen Fisher Lifework, called the Eileen Fisher Learning Lab located in the Trent Building at 30 S Buckout St Irvington NY 10533. 

Parking: 6-hour street parking is available on South Buckhout and the neighboring streets.

For your GPS: 50 S Buckhout St #102, Irvington, NY 10533

Use the building’s East Main Entrance on South Buckhout Street, at the intersection with Station Road. Look for a large light-green door with a black awning. Once inside, the Learning Lab will be straight ahead of you.

There is another entrance in the back from the parking lot which wraps around the building. Enter the glass door and go to elevator. One will be on level G. Take elevator to level 1 and exit from opposite door of elevator and walk straight ahead and then make right turn to go thru black doors that has Exit sign on top. Then go right and thru the black door into Eileen Fishers Learning Lab.


Eileen Fisher Headquarters, 2 Bridge Street, Irvington, NY 10533

MAP & DIRECTIONS: Eileen Fisher Headquarters, 2 Bridge Street, Irvington, NY 10533

As you face the river, the entrance is on your left, on the northwest corner of the building.

1. From Route 9, turn onto Main Street, Irvington. Continue down hill (west) towards the train station.
2. Turn right on N. Ashton
3. Turn left on Bridge Street, continue on to River Street
4. Eileen Fisher’s space occupies the 2nd brick building. Turn right into Second Parking Lot
5. Enter Eileen Fisher – Door facing River

For those who walk from the Irvington train station.  As you face the river, it is the second large building on your left.  You enter from the river side, with your back to the river as you go through the door.


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