Teachings on Shamatha and Vipassana and an Open Meditation Day
Teachings - Saturday Nov. 5th, 10am - 4pm
Open Practice Time - Sunday Nov. 6th, 8am - 5pm

Soepa Tulku has kindly agreed to give instruction on the meditation practices of Shamatha and Vipassana. (Calm-Abiding and Insight). Each session will have teachings, practice and Q and A periods to help us gain confidence in the practice. These two types of meditation underpin all other types of meditation in the Buddhist traditions. Anyone, no matter your level of experience, is welcome to attend.

Additionally on Sunday the 6th from 8am until 5pm the Center will be open for you to come and practice what you have learned during the teaching. On Sunday the meditation sessions will be self-directed. You may come and go as you like for however long suits you. Seopa Tulku has agreed to come during the afternoon to answer any further questions. This is open to anyone who comes to the Saturday teachings or who already know the practices. 

There will not be any food or lodging provided. Please bring a bagged lunch and any snacks you might want. A tea station will be set up for self-service. 

Saturday Teachings:
10:00am - 12:00pm Teachings on Shamatha.
2:00pm - 4:00pm Teachings on Vipassana.

Sunday Open Meditation time:
8:00am - 9:00am Group meditation session
9:00 - 10:00 Personal time
10:00 am -12:00pm Group meditation session
12:00pm - 1:30pm Lunch break.
1:30pm- 2:30pm Group meditation session
2:30pm - 3:30pm Personal time
3:30pm - 5pm Group meditation session

Please contact LeeAnna for more information.


Bodhisattva Night
December 17th - 6pm

A friendly and creative evening during the holiday season of sharing Buddhist stories, experiences and inspirations. 


Introduction to Buddhism
January 8th, 2023 - Noon 

Come for a teaching on what Buddhism is and means to those of us who practice it. 
This is a perfect chance for beginners to come and get an overview of the Buddhist path. 


Chenrezig Sadhana Practice 
In Person or via zoom

A Vajrayana practice with mantra and visualization on Chenrezig (the Bodhisattva of Compassion)
This practice is open to anyone who wishes to participate.
Please try to arrive fifteen minutes in advance. However late comers are always welcome.
Free or by donation.

To attend via ZOOM

7:30 Fridays at Kampo Gangra Drubyudling Buddhist Meditation Centre.


Tuesday Shamatha (mindfulness) Meditation 
Starting August 9th. In person only. Please bring a mask. 

Tuesday evenings at 7pm the centre hosts traditional Buddhist mindfulness meditation. The sessions last for one hour with both sitting and walking meditation as is available to all. Feel free to drop in any Tuesday.
Free or by donation.

7:00pm Tuesdays at Kampo Gangra Drubyudling Buddhist Meditation Centre.


Manjushri Meditation and Dharma Questions and Answers. Last Saturday of each month. 

Please join us on the last Saturday of each month for a short Tibetan meditation practice followed by a question and answer session with our Resident Dharma instructor Soepa Tulku. This practice is open to everyone and is a great place for beginners to come and learn about Buddhism and meditation and have their questions answered. 

Soepa Tulku specifically wants this to be a time when people can come with questions about Buddhism that they want answered and he will make himself available after the meditation to answer any and all questions. 

The Last Saturday of each month. 5pm pm. Kampo Gangra Drubyudling Buddhist Meditation Centre.
The Following Dates: 
Oct 29th
Dec 17th (evening moved up due to the holidays).
Jan. 28th


Dharma Lectures
Hosted by Steve Phuntsok Dorje
Offered Free of Charge

The Middle Way – Online Study Sessions Sessions are held roughly every two months. 
Please contact to join the list.

The middle way or madhyamaka are a set of Buddhist teachings that join two of the fundamental
principles of the bodhisattva path: wisdom and compassion. While the middle way is a philosophy, it
applies very directly to our everyday life and experience. Everyday life, in fact, is inextricably bound
to the practice of these teachings. In our study sessions, we rely on the words of great masters like
Karma Thinley Rinpoche, the Karmapas, Dalai Lama, Situ and Shamar Rinpoche to help us uncover the
meaning of the root texts we use in our discussions: Nagarjuna’s Fundamental Wisdom of the Middle
Way, Chandrakirti’s Entrance to the Middle Way, and Shantideva’s Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of
Life. Our meetings are informal and free and held every two months. Please join us as we explore
Lord Buddha’s profound teachings on the middle way. All are welcome!

Please direct inquiries to Steve Lebo at: