Henrich Dahm’s dhamma journey started in 1989 in Nepal, when he was introduced by Sayadaw Jhanapurnika, a senior disciple and translator of Mahasi Sayadaw, to Vipassana meditation. Since then he has practiced in various countries and explored different meditation techniques. His extensive travelling in Asia has given him the opportunity to meditate under the guidance of distinguished teachers like Sayadaw U Pandita, Sayadaw U Janaka, Achaan Buddhadasa, Thich Nhat Thanh, etc. His practice took a new turn when he started to practice full time under the guidance of Bhante Sujiva. Most recently, he spent extensive time in Burma giving him the chance to deepen his understanding of the Burmese Satipatthana method in practice and theory.