Current Topic: Navigating Difficult Relationships

Buddhist wisdom provides special methods to deal with difficult conversations, relationships, and situations. Instead of feeling anxious, defensive, upset, or overwhelmed, the practice of meditation can empower us with the skills we need to deal with challenging relationships with clarity and confidence.

July 1 – July 19 • drop-in any week or pre-book the series up to one hour before the first class starts

Click on a location for more info: East FremantleKingsleyPerth CBDRockingham

Next Topic: The Power of Positive Thinking

Discover the power of our mind to shape our world. Use meditation and positive thinking techniques to overcome negative thoughts and feelings, and create a life of confidence and happiness.

August 19 – September 13 • drop-in any week or pre-book the series up to one hour before the first class starts

Click on a location for more info: East FremantleKingsleyPerth CBDRockingham

 

Meet Our Teachers

Our Resident Teacher

Kelsang Tara is a fully ordained Australian Buddhist nun and the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre Perth. Tara has been studying and practising Kadampa Buddhism for many years, 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.

Tara teaches our East Fremantle Centre classes and Kingsley and Perth CBD branch classes.

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Iain Johnson teaches our Rockingham branch class and occasional half-day workshops.

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Lynn Juckes teaches our Meditation for Kids and Meditation for Teenagers classes.

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Paul Johnston teaches our Meditation for Teenagers classes.

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Kelsang Nampur teaches occasional half-day workshops.

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Melinda Perry teaches occasional half-day workshops.