November 4th 2019

An Afternoon of Mindfulness with Rev. Michael Melancon

This event is now fully booked. Thank you.

Please join us for a dharma talk and mindfulness practice with Buddhist professor Michael Melancon, a lay ordained member of the zen master Thich Nhat Hanh's Order of Interbeing. Michael invites all to join: “Let's play together and be happy!” Hitomi Suzuki, translator of the zen master Thich Nhat Hanh's books: "Reconciliation" and "Teaching on Love" will also join us. Let's experience mindfulness together, have a warm and friendly time ♪


When: November 4 (Monday holiday) 13: 30-16: 00


Where: Osaragi Jiro Memorial Museum/ Japanese-style room

 113 Yamatecho, Naka-ward, Yokohama


Program: Talk, Q & A, singing meditation, deep relaxation, tea meditation etc. (The event will be in English with a Japanese interpreter)


Entry fee: 2000 yen + donation Please pay on the day. Persons with disabilities may attend with only donation.


Registration: Please email: Please use the subject: “November 4 Mindfulness Afternoon Participation” In the email, please indicate your name, email address, phone number, number of participants. 

★ Please inform us as soon as possible if you wish to cancel your registration, so that others on the waiting list may attend.


<Mr. Michael Melancon Biography>


A lay ordained member of Zen Master Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh’s Order of InterBeing, Rev. Michael Daiun Melancon is a contemplative caregiver with a focus on end of life and palliative care, ordained as a chaplain by Roshi Joan Halifax of Upaya Zen Institute. Michael serves on the boards of several organizations. His sanga is located in Palm Springs, California.

This event is hosted by Heart of Yokohama, Tokyo Sangha