Beginners and Drop-in Meditation Classes

The following classes are donation based, and are open to beginners as well as experienced meditators.

“When the mind is totally present, it is relaxed, nimble, and sensitive. It feels lighter and clearer. It notices everything, but it is not distracted by anything. It is the feeling of knowing exactly where you are and what you are doing.” Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche

Guided meditation evenings (highly recommended) 

Mondays and Wednesdays, 7.15-9.00 pm (class starts 7.45 pm)

An opportunity to learn the basics of meditation from highly experienced teachers and instructors.

Drop-in meditation evenings

Mondays and Wednesdays, 7.15-9.00 pm (meditation starts 7.45 pm)

Open meditation sessions for anyone that has attended a guided meditation class at the centre.

Ziji – Young meditators group (ages 18-30’s) 

1st and 3rd Tuesday evenings of the month, 7.00-9.00 pm (See Monthly Calendar for dates)

Learn meditation, engage in open discussion and socialise with like-minded people.

Morning Meditation  (NOT RUNNING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)

Tuesdays,  9.30-10.30 am

Get the day off to the best of starts by balancing and focusing your mind through the practice of mindfulness meditation.

Mid-day Meditation (NOT RUNNING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)

Thursdays, 1.00-2.00 pm

Find time to relax and refocus – Join us for some lunchtime meditation.

Sunday Morning Monthly

Second Sunday every month, 9.30-12.30

An opportunity to engage in deep practice. These sessions will begin with morning chants to set our aspiration for the session and will close with Maitri Bhavana – a traditional practice for developing compassion for others.

 

All of these will provide an excellent introduction to Mindfulness and Meditation. If you feel inspired to engage in more comprehensive and ongoing training in using the practice of meditation for personal transformation, then we offer a progressively more advanced series of evening and weekend courses and retreats.

List of upcoming courses and retreats

Listen to ‘About Shambhala’