The class is held in-person on Thursday mornings 10.30am–12pm.


The class is located in the Joondalup Library (Level 1, Room 2), 102 Boas Ave, Joondalup.


Drop-in fee $15.

It is now possible to pay by EFTPOS at all our classes.

Topics and Dates


Explore simple meditation techniques for accessing the natural spaciousness and peace of your own mind. By training in meditation for just 10-15 minutes each day we can remain connected to this inner calm and mental clarity – reducing stress, increasing our resilience and helping us to feel more happy and content.

Thursdays   Oct 3 • 10 • 17 • 24

Drop-in any week for $15

Or book here for the entire series for $50.00


Life is full of difficulties and stressful situations that make us uptight and get us stuck overthinking things. Buddha’s teachings on the mind can help us to navigate our way out of circular, unhelpful thought processes and approach the challenges we face with balance and wisdom.

Thursdays   Nov 14 • 21 • 28 • Dec 5 • 12

Drop-in any week for $15

Or book here for the entire series for $62.50

What to Expect at a Class

Our classes are open to everyone, regardless of background or level of experience. Learn simple techniques for calming the mind, implement effective strategies for solving everyday problems and leading a happy, peaceful life, and discover the complete path of inner transformation that Buddha taught.

Each week, explore a different aspect of Buddhist wisdom and be guided in a breathing meditation as well as a contemplative meditation related to the topic. There is also an opportunity to ask questions, followed by refreshments.

No need to book – drop in any week.

The Teachers

The class is taught by Buddhist teacher Chris Juckes and Buddhist nun Kelsang Tara.

Chris has been a sincere practitioner of Kadampa Buddhism for many years. He teaches with kindness and humility; gently guiding students to finding peace of mind in daily life and to taking the meaning of Buddha’s teachings to heart.

Kelsang Tara is the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre Perth and ordained as a Buddhist nun in 2015. Tara’s inspiring teachings reflect her sincere wish to help those in need and to share her experience of Buddha’s life-changing instructions with others.