The sutras tell us that the Buddha sat in meditation on a pile of leaves and a mat made of reeds. The rest of us need a little more support, so here’s a firm yet pliable cushion that adjusts readily to the shape of your seat while providing excellent lower back support. Comes with a zipper for easy refills of our naturally-processed buckwheat hulls. Made in the USA.
7" high x 13" diameter.
Please choose Black, Navy, Burgundy, or Sage.
Pair with our Bodhi Seat Zabuton and save $15!
Donate your old cushion to a practitioner with limited means.
Watch a short video on Taking Your Seat: Arranging the Body for Zazen.
I was very surprised at the comfort because of the price. It is tall enough, soft enough and holds up too, so I can sit longer without sleepy feet and legs. It may be me but I can feel a gentle spirit of the cushion; maybe it is just a piece of the kind people who sent it. Purchased with the Bodhi Seat Zabuton, and it arrived earlier than expected
This zafu is so sturdy and has a very nice, balanced lift. It feels so perfect underneath me, and I have really deepened my practice after taking it out of the box. A very inviting seat.
The zafu works well for both kneeling and cross-legged postures. It’s firm, but its shape can be molded to various postures. I also appreciate the extra height compared with other common round zafus. I’m extremely satisfied with this purchase.
Was looking for something with a little more height for longer sits. This cushion fits the bill. Can sit on it with little knee discomfort.
From my first sitting on this Bodhi Seat, I was at home. I have always liked the way buckwheat hulls adjust and yet stay put. I am 74, and I find the handle useful. Versatile. A great seat!
I sit both Zen and Tibetan and I am looking forward to sitting on this during those long teaching in Tibetan when no amount of shifting works. I should be able to have several comfortable positions to choose from.
I am greatful for the support this provides me in my sitting experience. I have had 2 knee surgeries, and not a spring chicken, and my new Zafu, is a helpful aide to my spiritual life.