Welcome to Mountain Cloud

To awaken, liberate and protect all beings.

Located in Santa Fe, NM, in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, Mountain Cloud is a meditation center offering daily sitting, weekly teaching events, and monthly retreats.

Due to Covid 19, our regularly scheduled sits,
classes and dharma talks are now offered online.

All weekly events are free, no membership or registration required.
Please join us.

Click here to see our schedule of online sits, classes and talks.

To participate in our online sits and events, click on this zoom link:


Trouble logging on to our online sits? click here for FAQ and guidance.

NEW: Zoom link for Tuesday 5pm Intro Class: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87138601704

Getting Started

Meditation has proven benefits. More energy, more concentration, more peace, more love, more joy, more presence, more kindness.  The easiest way to get started in a meditation practice and find out if it’s for you. We offer an online Introduction to Meditation Class every Tuesday afternoon at 5pm MT which provides instruction and support for new meditators.  Continue Reading …

Our guiding teacher is Henry Shukman and Valerie Forstman has recently joined us as Mountain Cloud’s second teacher. Both Henry are Valerie are Associate Zen Masters of the Sanbo Zen lineage.  Continue Reading …


Virtual Zendo – FAQ

Welcome to our Virtual Zendo While we are closed during the corona-virus outbreak, we have created a virtual zendo using Zoom.  Our daily sits and weekly intro classes are free and open to all.  For retreats we request a payment (sliding scale), but all are invited, not just members. This page… Answers frequently asked questions about zoom […]

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Dharmatalk: Just This: Original Love – Introduction (5 of 5)

“… Here and now, this experience we are having right now, is it. “Just this” is original love …” Description: Henry continues his Original Love exploration, beginning with “Everything is of a single piece” then turns to the fourth level of practice, which is expressed more explicitly in Mahayana Buddhism. It is the place where […]

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