Meditation often seems very difficult, but it becomes clearer and easier by relying upon Buddha’s authentic meditation instructions.
Find your peace and focus with the guided help of qualified Buddhist meditation teachers Susan Prentice and Jill Chamberlain.
In these Friday after-work classes we learn Buddhist meditation practices and understandings to grow our own joyful meditation practice and experience real inner peace.
Join Susan and Jill weekly for these 45-minute classes in Heruka Center’s beautiful and quiet meditation room.
Nov 4 - SPECIAL INTRODUCTION: How to transform your life with meditation - Sarah Crutchfield
Nov 11 - Why meditation actually works
Nov 18 - Finding inner space and clarity
Nov 25 - Settling the mind
Dec 2 - What actually makes us happy?
Dec 9 - What actually makes us unhappy?
Dec 16 - The power of our mind
Dec 23 - NO CLASS - HOLIDAY BREAK
Dec 30 - NO CLASS - HOLIDAY BREAK
Jan 6 - The importance of meditation practice
Jan 13 - What is our mind?
Jan 20 - How meditation solves our real problem
Jan 27 - What happens when we sleep and when we die?
Feb 3 - The meaning of our human life
Special note: Heruka Center is a non-profit organization which is entirely supported through our class fees, donations and memberships. We never turn away anyone for lack of funds - if you are unable to afford the listed class fee please feel welcome regardless and simply pay what you can.
If you attend regularly and would like to support our organization while enjoying the benefits of membership, please visit our Membership page for more information or to sign up. Thank you for your support!
Susan has been a sincere practitioner of Kadampa Buddhism since 2019. She studies on the Foundation Program at Heruka Center and generously dedicates many volunteer hours as Heruka Center’s treasurer. Through such dedicated volunteer activities, she shows the compassionate example of cherishing Buddha's teachings (Dharma) and ensuring that they will be available for many generations to come. She presents Buddha’s teachings with warmth and accessibility, and is appreciated for her enthusiasm for Dharma contemplation and study.
Jill has been a sincere practitioner of Kadampa Buddhism since 2013. In addition to studying on Heruka Center’s in-depth study program, Foundation Program, she also ensures its effectiveness as a study program for everyone by volunteering as the program's coordinator. Recently retired, Jill has a wealth of experience integrating meditation and Buddha's teachings (Dharma) with a busy professional and family life. Jill is appreciated for her clarity and compassion, as well as her practical approach to meditation and Buddhist practice.
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