The Buddhist Approach to Self Care

The kindest thing we can do for ourselves is to take care of our mind. Learn how to use your mind in a way that leads to happiness for both yourself and others.

Overcoming Frustration and Disappointment

At this course learn how to overcome disappointment by having
realistic expectations that lead to mental freedom, enabling us to
live with wisdom and confidence.

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What to Expect at a Class

Our weekly drop-in meditation classes are an excellent opportunity to relax, unwind and bring more peace and positivity into your life. Classes generally consist of a short introduction, a guided relaxation meditation, a teaching on a topic related either to meditation, Buddhism or how to solve our daily problems, a final meditation and an opportunity for questions at the end.

FAQ About Our Drop-In Classes

If you attend a drop-in class our experienced meditation teachers will be happy to help you with any questions that you may have. Please find answers to our most commonly asked questions below.

We Are Usually Asked About

No. Everybody is welcome to attend our classes, including beginners.

No particular clothing is required, just something that is comfortable to wear.

At our Centre most people sit in chairs but we do have a limited number of cushions on the floor. All our other drop-in class locations only have chairs.

You do not need to bring anything but if you’d like to take notes bring a notepad and a pen.

No. We present Buddha’s teachings in a way that is accessible to everyone, and no religious obligation is required.

Yes, we have EFTPOS facilities available at all of our classes.

Our weekly meditation classes are run on a drop-in basis so you do not need to book in advance.

Didn’t Find the Answer?

Feel free to email or call us if you still have any questions (contact details at top of site).