Sufi Center Northeast

Woodstock Sufi Center
The Shadhuliyya Sufi Center Northeast

Inviting many blessings on all of us all over the world in these times.

 291 Wall Street in Kingston, 2nd floor
Dear friends,
Please join us for our
last in-person dhikr in the Hudson Valley!
Healing, teaching and chanting
All are welcome
Saturday, October 16th, 4 PM
291 Wall St, 2nd floor
masks required - thank you
No need to pay for parking on a Saturday but you might want to allow a little time to find a spot.
At the end of October, we are closing our physical doors
 in the Hudson Valley, as we are moving out of state.
We are grateful for our time here,
and pray for peace, prosperity and understanding here and everywhere.
We are continuing our monthly Zoom dhikr, however,
and if you'd like to be on the monthly reminder list, please e-mail Laila(at)SufiCenterNortheast(dot)org.

The Sufi Center uses a HEPA filter and provides hand sanitizer.
Masks are required for everyone.

The Shadhuliyya Sufi Center Northeast /
Woodstock Sufi Center

The Shadhuliyya Sufi Center Northeast/Woodstock Sufi Center is dedicated to healing and growing through the deep love of God. We serve the Kingston and Woodstock, NY area, and the greater Northeast, and all those who are called to return to their true nature through divine love. Though the "technology" we use is Sufi-based, the teachings are universal, and all can benefit, whatever one's beliefs. At the same time we offer study in Sufism for the student serious about deepening their relationship to God in the Sufi way. 

"When you find the love, you find yourself."

We offer classes, Sufi zikr (chanting), spiritual counseling, healing sessions, teleclasses and more, and are affiliated with other Shadhuliyya Sufi centers in New York , Central and Western Massachusetts and Boston, among others, as well as nationally.
Founder and Director of the Woodstock Sufi Center, Laila Brady Walzer, M.Div., has studied and practiced healing, music and sound, and the spiritual journey for decades. She personally healed from chronic illness through Sufi sacred chant, spiritual growth, and herbs. She is faculty at the University of Sufism ( and is actively involved in regional and national events of the Shadhdhuliyya tariqa as brought here by Sh. Sidi Muhammad al-Jamal.
She loves to help people come home to the inner resources of love, joy wisdom and peace that we each have.


 For more about Sufi activities in the Northeast Region

please contact Zahra Lee at cmeilee@; (Massachusetts and telephone events),

Safiyyah Miller at (New York City and surrounding area)

and "Events" page

 For related healing activities and classes in Kingston, see

Healing in the Sufi way...

Our suffering as human beings  - emotional pain, mental confusion, physical disease, spiritual loss—is a reflection of where we have lost connection with the Deep Love that is our true nature.  Deep healing, joy, peace, harmony and much, much more are available when we return. Our physical health, our state of mind and heart, our relationships, our ability to earn a living and give productively in the world, all improve greatly when we return to Love. Ultimately, we contribute to world peace; how can we not when we are nourished by, live from and give Love?

Come join us in the glorious journey back to God within the deep heart, and the fruits that blossom from that – peace, love, mercy, justice and freedom.