Teachers of the Sati-Zen-Sangha

 

Marcel Geisser Roshi
Marcel Marcel Geisser Roshi (Hsin Tao An 心 道 安) is an authorized Zen master in the Buddhist Linji / Rinzai-Zen tradition. He began practising and studying Buddhism in 1968. Initially studying in Europe, his practise led him to Asia in 1972, and then in the USA. He combines Zen and Vipassana schools of practice and has been teaching since 1983. In 1986, he founded the Meditation Center Haus Tao in the East of Switzerland. Then, in 1994, he received the “lamp transmission” from Dhyana Master Nhât Hanh. In 1999, he founded the Sati-Zen-Sangha, the Zen-Sangha-of-Mindfulness. Besides leading retreats, he offers a three-year Buddhist online study program, together with his fellow teachers. He is also active in interreligious dialogues and international Buddhist networking.
Marcel is a vice president oft the World Buddhist Summit of Japan.
 

 
Dipabodhi Dagmar Jauernig
Dagmar

Dipabodhi is an ordained Zen-priest and an authorized Zen teacher (Dharmacharya) in the Linji/Rinzai Zen Buddhist lineage. Her practice started in 1991 (Zen, Vipassana). She was ordained as a Zen-Priest and authorised as a teacher of the Dharma by Zen-Master Marcel Geisser (Hsin Tao An). She provides retreats in Haus Tao and supports different meditation groups of the Sati-Zen-Sangha in Switzerland. Her special interest is the combination of Zen-Meditation and Hatha-Yoga as an “upaya” and a practical link of awareness of body and mind in action and in silence.

Dipabodhi is a certificated Yoga teacher of BDY/EYU and YCH and leads days of mindfuness and Yoga in Zurich, see ZenStille


* Translations like "Zen monk/Zen nun" or "Zen priest/Zen priestess" are admissible but require explanation just like the notion unsui itself: The Japanese word 'unsui' 雲水 means 'cloud and water' and is an abbreviation of kounryusui 行雲流水: 'drifting clouds, flowing water', i.e. calm and nowhere resting like the clouds and the water.