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Denver—Baker Neighborhood

Buddhist Meditation Classes

Thursdays | 7:15-8:30pm
REGISTER for Classes*
*Pre-registration required to get access code
$15 per class, or get one class free when you purchase the series
Cards only | no cash accepted in-person 

No one turned away for lack of funds.
Low income discount code: GIFT101 (apply at checkout in left code box)

NEW LOCATION 

MOVE Studios
40 S Broadway #201
Denver, CO 80209

PLEASE NOTE: This location is on a second floor with stairs—there is no elevator.  You will need to register ahead of time to get the code to gain entry to stairway. Parking on Lincoln is available at 7 pm.  Link to Detailed Parking Map: movestudiosdenver.com/parking

April

A world gone mad?! ~ How to reframe these challenging times

How do we cope with the uncertainty and instability of our chaotic modern world without getting jaded or living in a constant state of anxiety? Our modern age is a time of momentous and lightning-fast change, but this rapid change can also open doorways in our minds as we figure out another, better way to be, given that the old certainties are no longer working. 

Which of Buddha’s insights could be of benefit to help our modern world? Probably all of them! They are all methods for purifying and transforming our minds, our selves, and our actions, and thereby purifying and transforming our actual world, including everyone in it. 

Dates & Topics

Thursdays | 7:15-8:30pm

April 4: How we act changes our world taught by Dan Klein
April 11: Who we think we are changes our world
April 18: How we relate to others changes our world
April 25: How our understanding changes our world

May

The Journey to Self-discovery

Join us for a wonderful and interesting series. Based on 5 of Buddha’s stages of the path (Lamrim) meditations, we will learn a lot about who we are, who we’re not, and who we can be!

Dates & Topics

Thursdays | 7:15-8:30pm

May 2~ Our precious human life
May 9 ~ I may die today
May 16 ~ What’s karma got to do with it?
May 23~ Living for others
May 30~ Who are we anyway?!

June

Breathe for Renewal

Join us on a journey this month through the different types of breathing meditation, all of which will give us peace, hope, and positivity. In our busy modern world, preoccupied with yesterday’s memories and tomorrow’s plans, we may have lost touch with the immediate, what is literally right under our noses; but it is actually very natural and normal to follow our breath.

And it has both huge health benefits and spiritual benefits.
You’ll never regret learning to meditate – it is the most problem-solving, mind-freeing and happiness-inducing skill in the world. It has no adverse side effects. It is free! And no one can take it away from you.

Dates & Topics

Thursdays | 7:15-8:30pm

June 6 ~ Meditation: simple easy instructions for getting started
June 13 ~ Breathe your way to inner peace
June 20 ~ Meditation in the pursuit of happiness
June 27 ~The magical practice of taking and giving

About this class

Welcome to meditation classes in Denver! We offer clear instructions and guided meditations that anyone can do. See below for monthly topics.

  • Each class includes guided meditations and advice for a happy life taken from Buddha’s teachings
  • All classes are suitable for both beginners and more advanced practitioners
  • Each class is self-contained and is also presented as part of a series over a month
  • Drop into any class you like
  • No special clothing is required
  • Chairs (and sometimes mats) are supplied

EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
We welcome all new attendees regardless of religious affiliation, race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender identity, or socio-economic status.

General Program classes take place at this location and at our other branch class locations throughout Colorado. Learn more about all our meditation classes and about our main center here.

Teachers

Doug Yarn

Doug has been practicing Buddhism for many years and brings a peaceful example and gentle demeanor to his guided meditations and teachings. Doug also volunteers extensively at and known for his generosity of spirit.

Daniel Klein

Daniel first attended dharma class ten years ago in Phoenix, Arizona and is now in the Teacher Training Program. Daniel is known for his calm demeanor, humor and clear and inspiring teachings. He is currently an attorney and partner at a local law firm.

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