In these classes, open up new avenues of thinking and a more positive vision for your life simply by shifting your perspective with Buddha's wisdom.
*Special live-stream option available for members, please scroll down for details.
with Resident Teacher Kadam Trina Gunther
Feb 18 - NO CLASS - Tranquil Abiding Silent Retreat
Feb 25 - Why is being human important?
Mar 3 - Unlocking the secrets of our mind
Mar 10 - NO CLASS - Gen-la Jampa Course at KMC Colorado, Denver
Mar 17 - A new relationship with time
Mar 24 - Why this day matters
Mar 31 - The most important thing to keep in mind every day
Apr 7 - Special class with Sarah Crutchfield
In these classes, learn Buddha’s methods for “training the mind” (Lojong), through which we can become peaceful, optimistic and fearless in the face of difficulties and suffering.
with Nick Birdsall
Feb 21 - Transforming life’s difficulties
Feb 28 - Where our problems come from
Mar 5 - How our problems can teach us
Mar 13 - Building inner strength
Mar 20 - Being skillful with others
Mar 27 - Benefiting others
Apr 3 - Taking and giving
Apr 10 - NO CLASS - TERM BREAK
In these classes learn Buddhist meditation practices and understandings to grow your own joyful meditation practice and experience real inner peace.
with Tim Salemno & Kelsang Evam
Feb 9 - Why meditation actually works
Feb 16 - Finding inner space and clarity
Feb 23 - Settling the mind
Mar 1 - What actually makes us happy?
Mar 8 - What actually makes us unhappy?
Mar 15 - The power of our mind
Mar 22 - The importance of meditation practice
Mar 29 - What is our mind?
Apr 5 - NO CLASS - Southwest Dharma Celebration 2024
Drop-in to any of our weekly classes, which offer practical instruction on meditation and modern Buddhism. Buddha's teachings are scientific methods for improving our human nature and good qualities through developing the capacity of our mind.
Each class includes guided meditation and a practical teaching for everyday life, including often discussion and Q & A. Everyone is welcome.
Suitable for all levels - no previous experience needed. No need to wear special clothing/attire. Our meditation room has chairs and floor cushions to sit on.
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!
For members of Heruka KMC, we now offer our Sunday Morning Meditation Class live-streamed. We still encourage those who have the ability, to please attend in person as often as possible. However, if you live at a formidable distance or have other mobility constraints, we hope this live-streaming will give you the opportunity to stay connected and enjoy the peace of meditation and Modern Buddhism every week.
To receive the zoom link for the current term’s classes, please contact Kelsang Evam at email@example.com. Please note that this link will expire at the end of term, and for those who wish to continue live-streaming the new link must be requested at the beginning of the next term.
149 W Harvard St, Suite 102, Fort Collins, CO 80525
Heruka Kadampa Meditation Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit. A member of the New Kadampa Tradition - Internationals Kadampa Buddhist Union.