Parking & Accessibility
Onsite parking is reserved for wheelchair access, volunteers, and class teachers.
There is parking in the side streets near us, on both sides of the road. Please be mindful of our neighbours and leave enough space for them to get out of their driveways.
There is limited parking on the main road at the front, as much of it has a yellow line – including our neighbour’s driveway!
We are just 50 m from the Camp Hill City Express bus stop (stop 30). The area is well-lit, and busses come every 5-10 minutes.
Outbound from the city, get the Carindale 200 from the Myer Centre Platform C or the Carindale 222 from City Hall. Both of these buses also stop at the Cultural Centre and at Southbank. (The Queensland Uni 209 route also passes us, as does the Carindale 204 but it is much slower)
The main hall (gompa) is fitted with a T-switch hearing loop.
The main hall (gompa) is fully accessible, with a ramp leading up to the doors at the street entrance. There is an accessible toilet on the same level. Please ring before you come so we can have someone open the doors for you.
We take off shoes and hats in the gompa (please keep them on if you need to for medical reasons). Out of respect for the monks and nuns, we ask you to abide by the ‘neck-to-knee’ principle. This means trousers or skirts that cover your knees when you sit, and no bare shoulders. If in doubt, bring a light shawl or wrap (this can also help if you find yourself right next to the air-conditioning!)
In and around the Centre, we ask you to keep the five Buddhist precepts, or code of behaviour:
1. Respect all beings; no aggression or killing (yes, that includes insects)
2. Take only what is freely given (no stealing)
3. Speak the truth (no lying)
4. Behave modestly (no improper sexuality)
5. Eat and drink healthily (no intoxicants, including tobacco)
The main hall (gompa) will open half and hour before and after the in-person classes.
We have a COVID-safe plan and capacity limits for in-person classes. Please book online to reserve your seat. We ask you to be mindful of physical distancing and hygiene practices. You are encouraged to wear a facemask, and we have them freely available at the door for anyone who needs.
Shop & Reception
Gift shop run by volunteers who can help you with Dharma books, incense, cards, statues, thangkas, ritual items, brocades and more! You can also pick up your hard-copy class notes, and LTC members will be able to borrow from the library.
RECEPTION IS OPEN
Half an hour before classes begin
AND ALSO SUNDAYS
9 am – 1 pm
Regular yoga classes several times a week. Cost is $20 per session (cash only please). Arrive 10 minutes early so you have time to register all your details. Sessions are 75 minutes. BYO water bottle and mat.
9.30 am – 10.45 am
7.00 pm – 8.15 pm
9.30 am – 10.45 am