The shop is open Monday to Friday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.



*Mondays  – 7pm to 8:15pm (*see dates below)

Meditation is now scientifically recognized as one of the best methods to reduce stress and to develop inner well-being. In reality, meditation offers much more than that. These series of classes help us not only to deepen our meditation practice but also to nourish it through contemplating profound buddhist teachings, which offer us concrete solutions to our inner problems of anger, stress, impatience, attachment and jealousy. Through improving our understanding of our mind: what in our mind makes us feel happy, sad, tense or confused, we will begin a profound spiritual transformation and become the person we wish to be.

Each class includes:
  • Guided meditations
  • A talk on a practical topic to nourish and deepen our experiences in meditation.

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NEXT SERIES – Finding peace: meditation and inner health

October 3How to develop and maintain a peaceful mind at all times?

October 10What is meditation and how can I integrate it into my daily life?

October 17No class

October 24What is karma and how does it influence my life?

Drop-in per class ($12) or sign up in person for the whole series ($35/3-week series)

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Marco Lisi has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism for several years and is a student in the Fundamental Program (FP) at the KMC Montreal. Greatly appreciated for the clarity of his teachings, Marco skillfully presents Buddha’s instructions making them easy to understand and practical for everyone. Marco teaches various courses in French and English.


Learn more about KMC Montreal’s teachers.

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Centre de méditation kadampa de Montréal
835 Laurier E, Montréal, Qc


12$/ class • Series discounts (see individual series above) (Free for members)


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We are a not-for-profit charity. All financial contributions go to support the activities of KMCM and any surplus goes to support the activities of the International Temples Project (ITP), an international fund dedicated to public benefit.