Meditation Classes with Kadam Lucy James and Jamie Holland

Meditation Classes with Kadam Lucy James and Jamie Holland

Kadam Lucy James, the resident teacher of Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado in Denver, will be teaching the Wednesday evening meditation classes, once a month, at Echo Yoga & Co-op starting March 15th. Kadam Lucy has possesses a great wealth of knowledge and experience of Buddhism. She has been studying and practicing meditation and Buddhism for more than 34 years. She has taught extensively in Colorado, Florida, California and the UK. For many years, she has also helped to edit and produce many of the books by the internationally renowned meditation master Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. The works of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso are widely regarded as the most comprehensive presentation of Buddhism available in any Western language.

Take advantage of this rare opportunity. Kadam Lucy will be teaching in Evergreen on the following Wednesday evenings, 7pm-8:30pm:
March 15th, April 12th, May 17th, August 23rd 

The meditation classes with Jamie Holland will continue as usual on Wednesdays when Kadam Lucy is not teaching.

Jamie Holland has been practicing Kadampa Buddhist meditation since 2004 on General, Foundation and Teacher Training Programs at Kadampa Meditation Centers throughout the country and world. Jamie’s teachings are full of humor and practical examples that illuminate the depth of Buddha’s profound teachings, making them accessible for everyone to apply to their daily lives.


Rainey Oliver

Rainey immediately fell in love with yoga the very first time she came to her mat. After nine months of practicing, she eagerly enrolled in a 200-hour teacher training at CorePower Yoga, with the idea that she could learn more about yoga to eventually teach to kids. Soon after, she completed the Yoga for Young Warriors teacher training in early 2012 and has happily been teaching the benefits of the postures and breathing to kids in school groups, yoga camps, and studio classes. A former second grade teacher, she stepped away to focus on teaching children and adults to honor joyful and childlike behavior in order to reduce stress, prolong good health, and spread peace.

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