September 22, 2023 6:30pm

Scott Tusa | Calm, Clarity, and Compassion: A Weekend Meditation Retreat

Scott Tusa



Calm, Clarity, and Compassion: A Weekend Meditation Retreat

Dharma Talk (HYBRID) : Friday, September 22nd – 6:30pm-8:00pm

Retreat (IN PERSON ONLY): Saturday,  September 23rd, 10:00am-4:00pm

Sunday, September 24th, 10:00am-4:00pm

Pricing Options:

Dharma Talk- $25

Retreat- $100

Dharma Talk + Retreat- $125

Join Scott Tusa, meditation teacher and Buddhism mentor, for a weekend practice intensive on cultivating calm, clarity, and compassion in your meditation. This retreat is designed for meditators who want to enhance their practice, overcome typical obstacles that hinder growth, and learn how to incorporate Buddhist principles into their daily lives.

The schedule for each day will consist of silent meditation sessions, guided meditations, teachings, discussions and Q&A sessions, all focusing on hands-on experience and practice. Regardless of your level of expertise, whether a beginner or an advanced meditator, this retreat will equip you with the necessary skills and techniques to cultivate a more impactful meditation practice.

Learn how to:

  • Access a more grounded and open meditative awareness practice
  • Connect with a more embodied and compassionate way of being in your daily life
  • Integrate core Buddhist teachings into direct experience
Please note: The Friday night Dharma talk is open to all, regardless of your ability to attend the rest of the retreat sessions.

Additional information

Pricing Options

Dharma Talk- $25 In Person, Dharma Talk- $25 Zoom, Retreat- $100, Dharma Talk + Retreat- $125

Scott Tusa | Calm, Clarity, and Compassion: A Weekend Meditation Retreat | DHARMA TALK

Friday, Sep 22, 2023 06:30 PM



Scott Tusa is a Buddhist meditation teacher and practitioner who has spent the last 23 years exploring how to embody and live meaningfully through the Buddhist path. At age sixteen his mothers death sparked a deep longing for healing and spiritual wisdom that eventually led him to Tibetan Buddhism. He spent his early twenties seeking out and learning from a variety of Tibetan Buddhist masters, and was ordained by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama as a Buddhist monk at age twenty-eight. Scott spent the next nine years as a monk, deepening his understanding of the Dharma, engaging in solitary meditation retreats, and continuing his studies with teachers in India, Nepal, and the United States, including his main teachers Lama Zopa Rinpoche and Tsoknyi Rinpoche. Since 2008, he has been teaching Buddhist meditation in group and one-to-one settings in the United States, Europe, Latin America, and online, bringing Buddhist wisdom to modern meditators, helping them develop more confidence, inner wisdom, and joy in their practice.

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