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Grand Junction, Colorado

Buddhist Meditation Classes

Monthly Saturday Meditation Classes | 10:30—11:45am
Just Meditate Mondays | 5:30—6:00pm

Monday Meditations 

Mondays | 5:30-6:00pm

Kick your week off with a happy half-hour!
Set the right tone for your evening and your week with a half hour of guided meditation. By spending time in meditation, you will learn how to access the natural peace and power that exist within your mind, which will give you real confidence and joy in daily activities.


The Middle Wellness Center
546 Main StGrand Junction, CO  81501
(Google Map link)

Downstairs. In the Yoga Room with the Blue Doors
 Just Drop In!

Monthly Saturday Meditation Classes | 10:30—11:45am

Topics & dates below
$15 per class*
*Cards only | no cash accepted in-person | Please pre-register

Free for Monthly Supporting Members

No one turned away for lack of funds.
Low income code: LOWINC501 (apply at checkout in left code box)


730 25 Road, Grand Junction, CO 81505

About this class

Welcome to meditation classes in Grand Junction! 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
  • Please pre-register
  • No special clothing is required
  • Chairs (and sometimes mats) are supplied


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.

Saturday Class Topics & Dates


The Key to Harmonious & Meaningful Relationships

Saturday, September 23 | 10:30am - 11:45am

The key to harmonious and meaningful relationships comes in understanding the deeper purpose of our relationships. Often we look to our interplay with family and friends to supply us with love and happiness. However, from the spiritual perspective we understand that happiness comes from the peaceful and positive minds of love, compassion, kindness, patience, generosity and so on. It is precisely in our relationships – both the joyful and the more challenging ones – that we are afforded the opportunity to train in these happiness-creating minds. 

In this class we will look at the profound set of practices known as ‘training the mind’, designed by Buddha to enable us to transform all of our relationships into wonderful opportunities for making great spiritual progress. Applying this training will enable us to develop harmonious and meaningful relationships; first of all, with ourself, then with our family and friends, and eventually everyone!


How to Solve Our Human Problems

October 21st | 10:30am - 11:45am

In situations of conflict, we tend to become upset easily. We even think anger will help us ‘win our battles’, and we rely on it as if it were our trusted friend. The mind of anger, however, leaves a trail of broken relationships, lost opportunities, and painful feelings in its wake. There’s a reason for this.

During this talk we will explore Buddha’s illuminating and practical teachings on how to let go of anger. Putting these explanations into practice will enable us to transform the energy of anger into a centered, skillful and creative response that opens us up to resolutions and new possibilities.


How to Let Go of Insecurity

Saturday, November 18th | 10:30am - 11:45am

Many people think ‘I am an insecure person’ and everybody feels insecure from time to time. This insecurity undermines our happiness, our ability to be effective, and prevents us from being the confident, relaxed and beneficial person we all long to be.

Although we may have the habit of identifying ourself as insecure, no one is actually insecure by nature. In this special class we will explain how we can begin to connect to the underlying happiness and confidence that is our actual nature, and she will guide a meditation taking us into the experience of this peaceful and relaxed mind. It is this experience that will enable us to begin to let go of our mistaken insecurity and eventually be free of it altogether.

Understanding Karma: The Power to Change Your Life

Saturday, December 9th | 10:30am - 11:45am

Many people have some familiarity with the basic concept of "karma", but how can we use this knowledge to change our life and find deep and lasting happiness?

Through learning about the laws of karma and applying this knowledge in our daily life, we can transform all of our actions and choices into the path of happiness and good fortune. Join us for a thought-provoking series on this fundamental principle that shapes the Buddhist worldview. Everyone is welcome!

With Kadampa Buddhist Teacher, Amber Hanna

Amber has been practicing Kadampa Buddhist meditation since 2005, and taught classes along the front range before moving to Grand Junction.  Her teachings are imbued with clarity and encouraging warmth.  She draws on her experiences as a mother, wife, and professional to share how Buddha's teachings can bring joy to all aspects of life.


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