Nick Kranz

Nick Kranz is an experienced and dynamic meditation teacher with a passion for sharing authentic wisdom. He’s interested in social innovation, cultural transformation, and collaborative business that positively impacts society. He has Studied with Khenpo Tsultirm Gyampsto Rinpoche, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche and Khandro Rinpoche, as well as many other western and Tibetan Teachers, receiving the traditional Tibetan Teachings as well as the Shambhala Teachings in depth.

After 20 years of deep training in the practice of meditation, Nick has a profound belief in everyone’s potential to explore and benefit from the practice, and is devoted to guiding people along the path with friendliness and skill. For this reason Nick developed the practice of social meditation which is practiced around the globe. He has trained hundreds of young leaders using this form of practice.

Nick speaks at of hundreds at universities, hospitals, businesses, and online. His humor and relaxation inspire people to come into the present moment and enjoy.

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Events with Nick Kranz

Come Back To Your Senses ~ Retreat Scholarship Eligible ~ Zoom option
October 1, 2020

This retreat will be a residential retreat with a both a commuter and a zoom online option. Learn techniques for bringing your meditation to your sense perceptions. In difficult times it’s easy for us to get overwhelmed by our thinking processes. In this retreat, rather than trying to stop or change the thoughts and feeling that arise in our experience, we will learn how to see them from a different perspective, one that brings equity to our other senses, and helps us return to feeling like we are part of nature. Doing this work with thoughts, as they relate to…

Ecology of the Heart: ~ Retreat Scholarship Eligible ~ Zoom option available
April 15, 2021

Along with many other wisdom traditions, Buddhist teachings have pointed for millennia to our deep connection and interdependence with everything in the biosphere. Having arrived at this critical moment together, how can we rise to the challenges before us without burning out or falling into eco-anxiety and depression? There will be an opportunity to learn and practice sitting and social meditation, to ask questions, discuss together and engage in experiential exercises that will help you connect the appreciation of outer ecology with the innate tenderness of the heart. Everyone is welcome to attend this online gathering; no previous experience is…