Yeshe is an English author, teacher, storyteller, community currency nut, converted dog lover and trombonist living in exile in the magical Brothers Grimm land of Germany. He has been a student of Domo Geshe Rinpoche since 2007 and hopes one day to graduate to an even bigger tent than the new one he uses on retreat in Wisconsin.
Kathy (Lhakpa Tashi)
Kathy McGrane has been a student of Domo Geshe Rinpoche since 2008. In the past she has lived, studied, worked, and volunteered in places as diverse as Iowa, Texas, Spain, and Columbia, South America. For the past 15 years she has resided in the very non-exotic locale of Bloomington, IL. There she shares a cozy apartment with her husband Jon and works as an Academic Advisor. While she still enjoys travels to visit friends and family, meditation and healing are the main focus of her current exploration and discoveries. She also enjoys creative cooking, reading, naps, walks, scrabble, and restorative yoga, as well as sharing tea, good meals, and good conversation. ¡Se habla español!
Tenzing is a monastic in White Conch Dharma Center and has been a student of Domo Geshe Rinpoche’s since 2004.
Dewa Nyima is a contributing writer on the “Steady Daily Practice” blog page.
Ngawang Dolma (Jessie Clark)
Ngawang Dolma (Jessie Clark) is a monastic living at Lotus Lake Buddhist Center. She has been Buddhist and a student of Domo Geshe Rinpoche since she was still in high school (in the early 2000’s) and has a Master’s Degree in Statistics from the University of Michigan. Dolma was ordained in December of 2016.
Dolkar Andrea is a long-time Buddhist practitioner. She has been a student of Domo Geshe Rinpoche for over ten years. One of her favorite practices is to look at life through the eyes of the Dharma. She loves to share her discoveries to inspire a dialogue.