Bardo Retreat 2015

Buddhist philosophy speaks of six stages of life, death and rebirth known as the Six Bardos. These teachings show us how to live fully and die well, helping us to face the uncertainty of our lives with confidence and clarity.

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Chod Retreat 2015

‘Chod’ means ‘cutting through’ and the practice is used to sever our concepts or perception of an inherent, truly existing self and ‘me’ and ‘mine’ and all erroneous concepts about the world of appearances.

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A Unique Experience of Tibet

In this unique tour, Khentrul Rinpoche will take you to his remote homeland in eastern Tibet and share with you this ancient lifestyle and culture.

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Attend a Weekly Teaching

We have a variety of classes held throughout the week. You are welcome to drop-in whenever you are able.

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Whether you are just beginning your journey into Buddhism, or a seasoned practitioner, we offer a wide range of teachings to suit your needs.

Class Schedule

Our teaching program runs over four consecutive terms. See the term dates for more information.

Drop-in classes
Sun. 10-11 AM Meditation Basics
Mon. 7:15-8:30 PM Yoga
Tues. 7-8:30 PM Meditation for Daily Life
Wed. 9:30–10:45 AM Yoga
Weekly Teachings
Wed. 7:30-9 PM Buddhist Foundations
Thur. 7:30-9 PM Zhentong Study Group
Have questions? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions section for general information. If your enquiry isn't answered in this section, please use the online form to contact us

Upcoming Events

The Six Bardos: The Cycle of Death and Dying

January 3, 2015 - January 6, 2015

We rarely talk about the process of dying. Death is a taboo subject that is seen as morbid or wasting time. We say ‘What will be, will be’ and go about our lives as if death were a distant [...]

Chod: Cutting the Demon of Ignorance

April 3, 2015 - April 6, 2015

Chod means cutting through ignorance. This is a profound and very special method to cut the root of ignorance which is the cause of self-cherishing. Self-cherishing is the root of all our [...]

Khentrul Jamphel Lodrö Rinpoche

Khentrul Rinpoche is a Vajra Master of the Jonang Kalachakra Tradition and known for his pure morality, extensive learnings and deep compassion. He has studied for 25 years and trained in the five major Tibetan Buddhist traditions.


Rimé Philosophy

A philosophical approach grounded in a deep respect and recognition of the value of understanding the benefits presented by different spiritual traditions.


Tibetan Buddhist Rimé Institute – Holder of the Jonang Kalachakra Lineage