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Starting Point Beginner’s Welcome

Saturday 3 February @ 2:00 pm 4:00 pm

Interested in courses on Buddhism, meditation or emotional balance, but unsure where to begin? Come along to our beginner’s orientation, enjoy a short guided meditation, discover our program, and share delicious chai tea afterwards.

During our time together, you’ll meet our volunteers, have a tour of the centre, learn how to get involved, and be introduced to key concepts of Buddhist thought and practice.

This get-together is your chance to discover more about what LTC has to offer, and figure out which program areas will best suit you. Discover what our broad curriculum has to offer to both Buddhists, non-Buddhist – and even the non-religious! We have both in-person and online classes, which you can mix and match. All classes are by donation.

We hold this Beginner’s Welcome every couple of months. It is hosted by teachers and volunteers at the centre. You also have the opportunity to meet and get to know some of the western Buddhist nuns, over delicious chai and snacks.

“The centre is in this world to educate people … giving education in how to practice kindness toward others in everyday life.”

– Lama Zopa Rinpoche

Presented by:

Miffi Maxmillion

Registered FPMT Teacher

The Spiritual Program Co-ordinator of LTC, leading beginner’s courses since 1998. With a background in circus and costumes, Miffi lends a contemporary flavour to both Buddhist psychology and ritual ceremonies.

Register for this event:
Let us know if you are coming along. This will help us plan and get everything set up nicely for you.

Registrations are full for this event, please contact LTC on (07) 3398 3310

535 Old Cleveland Road
Camp Hill, QLD 4152,

“Our work is to educate people that the ultimate source of the happy individual, happy family, happy community, and finally happy humanity — even happy world — ultimately depends on warm-heartedness. This is not just the concern of religious people; it is the concern of humanity as a whole.”

– HH the Dalai Lama