Meditation and Buddhism classes at KMC Phoenix 

Weekly Drop-in meditation classes in phoenix for beginners

Sundays -- Prayers for World Peace 

10am - 11:15am

With Gen Tabkay

with concurrent meditation for kids class

by donation


Enjoy practical advice, meditations, and prayers that lift the heart and bring energy and hope; from this inner peace, world peace grows. In these troubled times, this is an opportunity to make prayers together for our families and friends, and for the cessation of all the pain and problems in the world.

Mondays -- Meditation and Modern Buddhism

7 - 8:30 pm

with Gen Tabkay

$10 or free for members

The class begins with a guided breathing and relaxation meditation to help stop any busyness within the mind. This is followed by a teaching on a practical topic within Buddhism and meditation to help improve our experience of inner peace and a concluding meditation and time for any questions.

Wednesdays -- Simply Meditate

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

with Gen Tabkay

$5 or free for members


These classes are designed to help people gain personal experience of inner peace through the practice of meditation, to overcome their daily problems, and to find real happiness in their hearts so they can be of benefit to those around them. The classes are suitable for people with entry-level experience. 


Advanced -- Foundation Program 

In depth study and meditation (by enrollment only)

Tuesdays 6:30pm – 8:30pm 
with Resident Teacher Gen Tabkay

This is a more in depth study program class that is by enrollment only. It is generally advised to attend one of our drop-in classes for a while before enrolling in this class.

The Foundation Program is a unique structured study program that enables us to gain an experience of Buddhist teachings with a deeper understanding and to develop a regular meditation practice.


We are currently studying Meaningful to Behold by Ven. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche.


Meaningful to Behold is a highly acclaimed commentary to the great Indian Buddhist Master Shantideva’s famous spiritual poem Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life, one of the best-loved and most important Mahayana Buddhist texts. It reveals with poetic beauty and deep spiritual insight how to enter, make progress on, and complete the Buddhist path to enlightenment.


Kadampa Meditation Center Phoenix  is a non-profit organization established to bring inner peace to our busy, hectic lives. Through practicing the methods taught, everyone can discover lasting happiness from within.


614 East Townley Ave

Phoenix AZ 85020



LGBTQ+ Friendly and Welcomed! 

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