Sunday Classes

Sunday Classes

Time: 11am - 12pm
Cost: $10 drop-in fee | Free for supporting members

Everyone is welcome!

Our Sunday meditation classes include guided meditations and practical teachings given by Buddha. These classes are suitable for both beginners and more advanced meditation practitioners. General meditation classes are given as a series but can also be taken individually.
Chairs and cushions are provided.

Happy New You

Make 2022 your happiest year ever. With a happy version of yourself, naturally you wish to spread and help others feel happy. Discover the ancient art of Buddhist methods to unveil real happiness that can endure whatever life throws at you. Everyone welcome.

Jan 2: The best goal for 2022

Jan 9: Get truly focused

Jan 16: Happy new other

Jan 23: A daily practice


Lamrim Retreat

This is a special class, which is part of our Lamrim Retreat.  It will include prayers, a short teaching, with a guided meditation and a long silence for you to contemplate and reflect on.
Everyone is welcome

Love, Desire and Relationships

Relationships can be a source of great joy and meaning in our lives, but they can also be a source of great pain and discontent.

In this series, we will learn simple tips and practical meditations that can improve the quality of our relationships. Kelsang Khacho will share Buddha’s teachings on what pure love is, and how to distinguish this positive state of mind from unhealthy states of mind which only bring suffering, dissatisfaction, disappointment and distress.

Everyone is welcome.

Feb 6: Identifying the real cause of our pain 

Feb 13: Love without pain

Feb 20: Finding harmony in every relationship

Feb 27: No Class
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Take the Leap

We need to find a middle way between the extremes of materialism and spirituality. For the most part, we try to improve our quality of life through external change. We have great expectations of a new job, a new place to live, or a new partner. And then we notice that the same old mental habits, perhaps anxiety, frustration, or fear of confrontation, return yet again.

Buddhist meditation techniques offer us the opportunity to understand and transform the thought patterns that determine the quality of our life. Through sincerely practicing these methods we can finally break the habits that are keeping us stuck and enjoy more freedom and control over our life.

Everyone is welcome.

Mar 6: The Habit of Escape

Mar 13: Learning to hang in there

Mar 20: Getting unstuck

Mar 27: Rejoicing in the way things are
take the leap

“When the turbulence of distracting thoughts subsides and the mind becomes still, a deep happiness and contentment naturally arise from within.” Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche