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Where to Meditate
Great options for meditation in the Washington area By Mollie Reilly
Comments () | Published November 11, 2010
Want to learn meditation? Here are places that offer classes. Visit the Web sites for schedules and prices. If you know of classes we missed or if you’ve been to one of these and want to tell other readers about the experience, please leave a note in the comments at the bottom of the page.

Avatamsaka Vihara, 9601 Seven Locks Rd., Bethesda; 301-469-8300

Centered Yoga, 4418 MacArthur Blvd. Ste. 202, NW; 202-944-3828

Dae Do Sah Zen Group, contact curt@cola.iges.org for class locations and times.

Drikung Mahayana Center, 14905 Coles Chance Rd., N. Potomac; 240-238-1903

Ekoji Buddhist Temple, 6500 Lakehaven Ln., Fairfax Station; 703-239-0500

Flow Yoga Center, 1450 P St. NW; 202-462-3569

Guhyasamaja Center, locations vary, see Web site for details; 703-774-9692

Insight Meditation Community of Washington
, locations vary, see Web site for details; 202-986-2922

Kunzang Palyul Choling Temple, 18400 River Rd., Poolesville; 301-710-6259

Lotus and the Rose Center for Healing and Meditation
, locations vary, see Web site for details; 703-255-6055

Meditation Center of DC, 3325 Franconia Rd., Alexandria; 703-329-0350

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