Meditation Classed for Everyone
You can attend in two ways:
  1. Online on zoom—register for the class and you receive the link in an email.
  2. In person—you can drop in. However, if you register in advance, you can reserve your seat; we have limited space. 
Register here to attend Online or In-Person:

Sunday Morning Meditation Class 10am-11:30am

Tuesday Evening Meditation Class 7:30pm-9pm

Thursday Evening Meditation Class 7:30pm-9pm

What to Expect

Classes are 1.5 hours and include two guided meditations, a talk on Buddhism for everyday living, and time for Q&A. Although classes are part series, each class is stand alone.

Meditation classes are by donation, however no one is ever turned away for lack of funds. The requested donation is 10 ($5 for Students and Limited Income). Free for Center Supporters

Everyone is welcome!

Vajrapani Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to community enrichment

You can still attend on zoom livestream. 

You can now attend in person.

Currently masks and social distancing are required at all of our classes for everyone’s safety.

You can drop-in for a class. However, since seating is limited, it is beneficial to register in advance to reserve your seat. You will also be asked the following every time you attend:

 Health Screening Checklist

 ✓ Do you have a high temperature?

 ✓ Do you have any of these symptoms? Cough; shortness of breath; chills; body aches; loss of taste or smell; sore throat; new onset of nausea, diarrhea and vomiting?

 ✓Have you had close contact with anyone diagnosed with COVD-19 in the past 14 days and have not completed the required self[1]quarantine period?

Are you awaiting results of a COVID -19 test?

If you answer “yes” to any one of these, please stay home and stay safe!

Here are our safety guidelines. When you attend in person, it is necessary to follow them.

 ✓ Mask wearing is required for everyone at this time.

Maintain social distance seating in the meditation room.  Please do not move chairs.

It is helpful to take your conversations outside before or after class. Our community room is just too small to gather.