These courses and retreats are open to everyone, regardless of background or level of experience. They are suitable for those who simply want to calm their mind, those who want effective strategies for improving the quality of their life right now, and those looking to embark on the complete path of inner transformation that Buddha taught.

Beginners Meditation Retreat – Clear Mind

Sat 22 January | 2.00 pm  – 5.00 pm
This short introductory retreat will help you to experience mental clarity and inner peace by meditating on the mind itself. Derived from the Buddhist Mahamudra tradition, these meditations lead you on a voyage of exploration of your mind through which you can discover your own inner potential for lasting peace and happiness.

Everybody Welcome

Fee £15 (or £12.50 if booked by 15 January). Free for Centre Card Holders
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Beginners Meditation Retreat – Kind Heart

Sat 26 March |  2.00 pm  – 5.00 pm
This short introductory retreat will help you to develop greater peace of mind and happiness and to improve your relationships through learning to deepen your love and appreciation of others.

Everybody Welcome

Fee £15 (or £12.50 if booked by 19 March). Free for Centre Card Holders
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The Teacher

Kelsang Jangchub is a Buddhist monk and the Resident Teacher of Kalpa Bhadra Kadampa Buddhist Centre in Llandudno . He has studied and practised Kadampa Buddhism for many years and is known for his good heart and dedication; he teaches in an accessible way making Modern Kadampa Buddhism applicable to all.

Class Information

Venue  Fforddlas Community Centre, 20 Ffordd Las, Rhyl, LL18 2EB

In-person tickets are limited due to social distancing requirements, please book in advance to save your space

Welfare Classes and events are organised following Covid-secure guidelines, including wearing a face covering. Following Welsh government advice, we ask everyone attending in-person events to take a Lateral Flow Test on the day before you attend events.

Drop-in  – space permitting.

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