Due to the epidemic. All programs are cancelled until further notice.
Sorry for any inconveniences.
Free Meditation Class
When: February 13th
Time: 5-6 PM
Where: University of Manitoba, RM#543, 5th floor University Centre
Parking: Parking is free after 4.30 p.m. at certain locations at University
*please email or call us if you need help locating the room.
This Meditation class is open to everyone and is a great way to reduce your stress and anxiety. You will learn how to get mental relaxation, peace and happiness as per Buddha's teaching.
Small booklets are provided for all the meditations during the class and you can practice these later on your own.
There is an opportunity to ask questions during class and get advice one on one after the class too.
This event is conducted by Buddhist monks trained in Theravada Buddhist tradition in Buddha Meditation Centre Winnipeg.
Free Counselling Service
When: By Appointment or after Meditation Class on Thursdays ^
Where: University of Manitoba or Buddha Meditation Centre Winnipeg
2610 St Mary’s Road,Winnipeg, MB R2N 4A2
Are you feeling stressed , depressed, have anxiety, fed up with the heavy work load of the life?
You can meet a Buddhist monk and get the help and advice. By taking this step, not only you will resolve your problems but also you will develop your wisdom and mindfulness. You will get the advice as per Buddha's great wisdom.
You can meet a monk in the university or at Buddha meditation Centre Winnipeg. If you need a ride to this location, we can provide you. If you need advice over the phone, we can arrange it.
Special Meditation events
Free to the public
All of our activities are free and open to the public. People of all backgrounds are welcome. Never been here before? Find our what to expect when you visit.
Our groups focus is developing students to overcome the rising struggle against anxiety, stress, mental pressure, and depression through the practice of meditation.
The practice of meditation will enable student to be happy, build confidence, face mental and physical, and past/present/future challenges. Our goal is to organize meditation sessions through the Theravada Buddhist tradition; such as Breathing meditation, Loving-Kindness meditation and many more and to encourage discussion and explain answers through the real teachings of the Buddha.