Gen-la Kelsang Khyenrab is the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre Canada and the NKT National Spiritual Director for Canada. A retired General Spiritual Director of the New Kadampa Tradition (NKT-IKBU), he has trained closely with Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for over thirty-five years. Gen-la Khyenrab is an internationally renowned teacher and English Buddhist monk who is greatly admired for his powerful teachings as well as his pure example of humility and loving-kindness.
Edwin has been practising and teaching Kadampa Buddhism for many years. He uses his experience of integrating meditation into daily life to present the teachings in a clear, practical and inspirational way.
Christine has been studying Buddhism and practising meditation for over 15 years. Studying on the Teacher Training Program, Christine is known for her clear and powerful teachings. She shares her experience of how to integrate Buddha’s teachings into the context of day-to-day working life in an inspiring and practical way.
Christine teaches the Wednesday Evening class at KMCC as well as regular courses.
Sandra Lewis is a student on the Teacher Training Program and has been practising Kadampa Buddhism for several years. She is known for her inspiring and kind-hearted approach to teaching Buddhism and meditation and is a dedicated volunteer at the Centre.
Sandra teaches the Thursday Morning class as well as regular courses at KMCC.
Rose Hirano is a long term practitioner and has been teaching Kadampa Buddhism and meditation for over 10 years. Rose is a student on the Teacher Training Program and shares Buddha’s teachings in a way that is applicable to everyone’s busy daily life. She is a warm-hearted and dedicated volunteer member of the spiritual community.
Rose teaches regular courses at KMCC as well as the class in Richmond Hill.
Anne Gruel is a student on the Foundation Program and has been studying and practising Kadampa Buddhism for many years. Anne uses her experience as a parent to show how Buddha’s teachings – the Dharma – can be skilfully integrated into daily life and she is passionate about bringing those benefits to young people.
She is a regular volunteer at the Centre and teaches the Kids Class on Sunday mornings.
Eng Chuen is a student on the Foundation Program and has been studying and practising Kadampa Buddhism for a few years. Eng is a sincere and committed practitioner who loves sharing Buddha’s wisdom with others, especially his own insights of how to integrate dharma into busy daily life.