The Saskatoon Community of Mindful Living
This is it peace is every 
								  step I have arrived

We are proud to sponsor a showing of Walk With Me, April 15, 2018 at 7pm at the Roxy Theatre.

You are invited to our Day of Mindfulness and Annual General Meeting, April 29, 2018 at 10am.

Monday Nights at 7PM
213 Second Street East
Saskatoon, SK S7H 1N5


To be informed on special events that arise during the year you can join our mailing list.

Do you have any retreats planned?
We are pleased to be holding a residential retreat at Ancient Spirals, led by our teacher Rowan Conrad, May 30th to June 2nd, 2019.

Have you held retreats before?
Yes, we held our first retreat in 2007 and have been holding one or two a year since then. This is a complete list of our previous retreats.

Do you have any Days of Mindfulness planned?
Our next day of mindfulness will be on November 5th and is a Day of Remembrance dedicated to loved ones no longer with us. Please join us.


The Saskatoon Community of Mindful Living is a group practicing in the tradition of Vietnamese Zen Buddhist teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh.

We are a supportive group that aims to nurture each other's practice to further awaken our awareness of the miracle of this life.

When Do You Meet?
We meet every Monday evening from 7-9 pm for meditation and discussion at the Unitarian Centre, 213 2nd Street East in Saskatoon, between MacPherson and Melrose avenues.

What Do you do in a meeting?
A usual evening consists of a number of practices

  • the singing of a few songs of practice
  • 30 minutes of sitting meditation
  • about 20 minutes of slow, walking meditation
  • a reading or a taped dharma talk
  • dharma discussion, a sharing of our experience
  • informal tea

What If I'm New To This?
Feel welcome to stop-by and join us, and if you have questions or need some instruction just ask.

Everyone is welcome to join us.

For more information on Mindfulness and the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh see

How long have you been meeting?

We have been meeting since 2004 when monastics from Deer Park led a retreat here. For more information, read this history of our group.