We offer a number of weekly sessions, as well as special events and retreats throughout the year.
Weekday Morning Sit
Monday to Saturday 7:30am to 8:10am
Join us every weekday morning at 7:30 am – 8:10 am and meditate virtually. Minimal guiding. Everyone is welcome. No experience is needed.
Meeting ID: 862 4407 310
Wednesday Friends' Night
Wednesday 7:00pm to 8:45pm
This evening is an opportunity to meditate in community, discuss dharma in small groups, and have a sense of sangha. Our Friends night is co-hosted by the Seattle and Vancouver in Canada Sanghas, offering the opportunity to get to know people more.
Eight Step Recovery Sundays
Sunday 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Every Sunday, from 1pm-2:30pm, we host a virtual meeting open to anyone who identifies as being in recovery from all forms of addiction (alcohol, food, drugs, shopping, TV, internet, gambling, depression, sex and love addiction and other compulsive addictive behaviours). The seminal text is Eight Step Recovery Using The Buddha’s Teachings to Overcome Addiction, though we study other Buddhist recovery books, too.
Monday 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Meditation for people in all forms of recovery (alcohol, food, drugs, shopping, TV, internet, gambling, depression, sex and love addiction and other compulsive addictive behaviours).
This virtual meditation evening is for people in recovery. The sessions will be an opportunity to explore Buddhist meditation as a tool to help cultivate sobriety of mind. Meditation for people with addiction issues or compulsive behaviours can help calm the mind and heal the heart.
Guided by Dharmacharini Vimalasara with a team of people who are in recovery.
We request that you are clean and sober when you attend these meetings.
Make a Donation
All of our weekly classes at Triratna Vancouver are offered for free. While our team of volunteers is happy to lead classes, there are certain costs associated with running our programs. While we currently do not have a permanent location, we do occasionally rent spaces for our sessions. Additionally, we hope to have a permanent location again in the future.
The word dana means generosity, and is a central Buddhist principle and practice. If you find our programs helpful, and have the means to do so, we would be forever grateful for any dana you wish to give. We are a registered charity, and would be happy to provide a tax receipt for your support.