Meath Conlan

Session Facilitator

Meath’s main focus of teaching is based on the teachings of independent Zen Master Ama Samy within the spiritual community known as Bodhi Sangha. This was founded by Ama Samy, a Jesuit Priest who trained in Japan with his Master Yamada Koun Roshi.

Ama Samy is rooted in Christianity and Zen, and is said to stand in between Hinduism, Buddhism and Christianity. He conducts Zen training at Bodhi Zendo in South India.

Meath has been engaged in contemplative and meditation practices in Christian and Buddhist traditions since the 1970’s. In January 1985 while in India, Meath took guidance from H. Enomiya Lassalle, also a Jesuit Zen Master and Ama Samy. Thereafter Meath became a regular meditator in the Zen tradition, while remaining a committed Christian and Priest.

Sessions facilitated by Meath

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Thursday’s – 7:30pm (1 hr)

Zen Meditation

with Meath

Brief talks on Zen & contemplative practice, instruction on how to meditate, silent 20-minute breath meditation and a short Q&A.


Suited to all levels of experience, from beginners to those with an established practice and understanding.


Drop-in class - no booking required!

Zen Meditation (additional info)
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Every 2 months

Zen Meditation Retreat (1-Day)

with Meath

A retreat day including plenty of silence, talks on Zen & contemplative practice, multiple silent 20-minute breath meditation sits, multiple 3-minute walking meditations, and an opportunity for Q&A.


Suited to all levels of experience, from beginners to those with an established practice and understanding.


Booking required!

Zen Meditation Retreat (additional info)