The Miami Sangha is super excited to start the New Year with a weekend of teachings and meditation with Tasso & Carlinde. It will be a fun weekend full of activity and sharing with Friends, and we would love to have as many of you as possible; the more the merrier!
Miami has had an amazingly meaninfull experience during 2019, with the exchange we've had with many visiting national and international friends, so we are looking forward to multiplying that exchange in 2020. You are all Welcomed!
Details about the program will be posted soon. If in the mean time you have questions, or need any information, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us:
Carlinde Kallianiotis has been practicing Diamond Way Buddhism and a student of Lama Ole Nydahl since 2004. Originally from the Netherlands, Carlinde was an active member of the Amsterdam Sangha and has also lived in the Copenhagen Buddhist Center. Now living in Connecticut with her husband and daughter she supports Diamond Way activity across the US and is closely involved in running and organizing events at the Northeast Retreat Center. Carlinde has a degree in international management and conflict resolution and is an experienced mediator. She is currently the Director of Training for an education institute. Following Lama Ole’s request, she shares her experiences and teaches Diamond Way Buddhism.
Tasso Kallianiotis has been a practicing Buddhist for over 30 years. He is a close student of lama Ole Nydahl with whom he took refuge in 1982 and has received teachings and transmissions from many high lamas of the Karma Kagyu lineage. In 1993, he started organizing and overseeing the activities of the Diamond Way center in New York City and at Lama Ole's request, began teaching and introducing people to the methods of the Diamond Way. He now resides in Connecticut where he works as an enterprise architect and spends the majority of his personal time teaching Buddhism and leading courses and retreats throughout the Americas and Europe. He has also given radio interviews and published articles on Diamond Way Buddhism.