All our classes are now online!


Sangha Returns this Wednesday!

Date: Wednesday, Sept 23, 2020
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Teacher: Laurie Arron

This Wednesday Laurie will teach about the Full Awareness of Breathing Sutra, one of the most important teachings in the Thich Nhat Hanh tradition. Becoming aware of our breath is the foundation to bring our minds into the present moment, and helps our mind stop wandering in confused, never-ending thoughts.

Zoom link: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/4164242424
Password: 4242

Sangha generally includes sitting meditation, a Dharma teaching, and an opportunity to share your practice and ask questions.


6-week Course with Laurie – Sep 24 to Oct 29

This course is extremely beneficial to anyone who is interested in self- development, self-love, mindfulness and deepening their practice. I feel I have unlocked some secret sauce for cracking life!”  – Phillipa Flynn

What can you do each day to release yourself from fear and discover the natural joy and peace that are within you, always?

In his NY Times bestselling book The Untethered Soul, Michael (Mickey) Singer presents a compelling explanation of why we feel fear, why we don’t feel okay, and what we can do about it. Simply put, we cling to what is pleasant and avoid what is unpleasant. Every time we do that, we create internal blockages. We create so many that we are repeatedly triggered and bothered.

The way out of this predicament is to let go. The thing is, letting go runs against everything we’ve been taught about how to be happy.

In this 6-week Zoom course you will learn exactly how you unintentionally create blockages, how they destroy your happiness, and how to practise letting them go.

As you learn to release your blockages, more and more you can become the person you want to be. You notice things that used to bother you no longer do. That you can touch life deeply. And you can be in touch with the joy, love and enthusiasm that have always been there, but were covered up.

Teacher: Laurie Arron

Dates: September 24 – October 29
(Presented by the MNJCC)