Online Meditation Classes

Our online classes are as follows:

  • Improving Relationships: Weekly Meditation Classes with Kelsang Tara, Starts Mon 7 September
  • Happiness - How to Understand the Mind: Weekly Meditation Classes, Mon 24 & 31 August
  • Weekly Modern Buddhism Classes

Suitable for everyone, our weekly online meditation classes are the perfect opportunity to take a break from busy daily life, increase your inner peace, happiness and well-being, and experience the benefits of meditation for yourself.

In each class a different aspect of meditation and Buddhism is explained. The classes are self-contained so you can tune in any week. Classes begin with a simple guided breathing meditation followed by a teaching and a second guided meditation based on the topic.

Weekly Online Meditation Classes

Whether in our personal life or at work, we often find our relationships with others give rise to many challenges that expose our anger, attachment, jealousy and expectations as well as feelings of resentment and unhappiness with ourselves and others.

Explore how meditation has the power to profoundly improve and transform our relationships, both past and present. This is a 4 week course, running September 7, 14, 21, & 28.

Weekly Online Class: Mondays 7pm – 8.20pm

$15/class | unwaged $12 (Free for Centre Members)

These classes are available to watch for a week from the start time of each class.

Click on a class below to book:

Improving Relationships – Week Two, 14 September

Improving Relationships – Week Three, 21 September

Improving Relationships – Week Four, 28 September

Upcoming Series: Transforming Adversity, starts 5 October.

The Teacher

Kelsang Tara is the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre Auckland. 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. She shows a humble, kind example and inspires students to make their lives happy and meaningful by integrating Buddhist wisdom into their everyday lives.
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