Meditate with us.

The SF Dharma Collective is a community-led sangha.

SFDC creates a welcoming and inclusive space for meditation, community, and awakening through diverse teachings and practices.


Grounding Harmonies: An Earth-Day Soundbath

Saturday, April 20, 7-8 pm

As we commemorate Earth Day, we delve into the profound connection between sound baths and our planet's well-being. Sound, as a primal force, reverberates through the very fabric of existence, echoing the rhythms of nature itself. In a sound bath, we harness this inherent power to harmonize not only our individual energies but also to resonate with the Earth's vibrational frequencies.

This event is a fundraiser for SFDC Tickets now available - Please reserve in advance!

Being Nature: Chi Gung and Meditation to Welcome Spring

With Kitty Costello

Last class: Mindful Movement and Meditation Class

Sunday mornings, April 21, 10–11:30 a.m.

As the spring lifeforce surges up through the roots, pushing up new green shoots, it is surging through us too! Right here in the middle of the city, we can practice deeper alignment with the rhythm and flow of the natural world that we are made of, are part of. (Adaptable for all levels of fitness and ability.)

Drop-ins are welcome.

In person attendance is limited to 12 people. Sign up here to reserve your space:

Being Nature

Tonglen & Breathing Half-Day with Jenny Terbell

Sunday, April 21, 1 – 4 pm

The Tibetan Buddhist practice of Tonglen is an ancient and beautiful method that uses the breath to transform suffering on the path, our own and others. This skillful method can be adapted to any situation and practiced on the spot. And it's very powerful to do in community. Join us in a half day of practice where we will explore together the power of our breath and our bodhicitta, that which connects us all. Everyone welcome, new and experienced practitioners alike.

Tonglen & Breathing

Dharma and Recovery with Kevin Griffin ☸

Thursdays left: April 25, 7-8:30

Join special guest & author Kevin Griffin for reflections on the interweaving of Buddhism and recovery, drawing from the core teachings of the Buddha as well as the Heart Practices of loving kindness and compassion & focusing on overcoming craving and healing the wounds of addiction.

Kevin Griffin is a Buddhist teacher and author best known for his 2004 book One Breath at a Time: Buddhism and the Twelve Steps.

Dharma and Recovery

Our classes are offered as a hybrid model.

See individual class listings for in-person meetings at 2929 24th Street.

All class will continue to be hosted online.

The Zoom link is: (password: 108108)

You can also dial in from a phone by calling 301-715-8592 and using Meeting ID: 545 039 806.

See here for Covid Policy and Protocols

Morning sits

Every day

7:30am - 8:15am UTC

Join us at 2929 24th Street or online: (password: 108108)

Arriving late and leaving early is okay for morning sits!

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Sustaining Donors

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❤️ ❤️ We are sustained completely by the donations of people like you. We are a local non-profit that depends on the generosity of individuals to be able to support teachers, maintain our physical space, develop new programming, and grow our sangha. ❤️ ❤️

All donations are tax deductible. The San Francisco Dharma Collective is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization. Ask your employer about matching donations.

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Volunteer at your SF Dharma Collective.

Everything at SFDC happens because of our wonderful volunteers. Volunteering is a powerful way to integrate your practice into the world. It can foster a sense of purpose and bring satisfaction and connect you to sangha, one of the three jewels.

Your generosity and kindness go a long way toward bringing the dharma to all.

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact


May all beings be well and free of suffering

San Francisco Dharma

All classes and sits are open to all. Check individual class details for access information. We are supported by your generosity (dana). No one is ever turned away for lack of funds.

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