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A place for Tibetan Buddhist practice and study in the heart of Copenhagen.

Class schedule March-August 2018

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Drop-In Meditation with Stephan Pende (Thursdays 19-21, until end of June)

Former Buddhist monk and psychotherapist Stephan Pende will share from his experience of 35 years practicing in different Buddhist traditions. You will explore a wide spectrum of meditation and mindfulness practices from simple breathing meditation to the most profound practice of non-meditation.

The evenings are suitable for beginners who want to start their practice with profound and easy to apply techniques and experienced mindfulness practitioners who want to deepen their practice.


You will learn time-honored ways for experiencing and resting right now in your natural state of inner peace, the ultimate source of lasting happiness.

Price: 100 DK, 80 DK for students or unemployed

Time: Every Thursday, 19.00 – 21.00, until the end of June
Address: Sofias Hus, Godthåbsvej 6A, 2000 Frederiksberg

Stephan Wormland, MA in clinical psychology, is trained in Gestalt therapy. He has studied and practiced meditation in multiple Buddhist traditions for over 35 years and spent 5 years in meditation retreats. Stephan was a monk in the Tibetan tradition for 11 years and teaches meditation in Buddhist centers in Europe.

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Green Tara retreat with Yangsi Rinpoche, 23.-24. of June, 2018

We are extremely pleased to announce that Yangsi Rinpoche will be visiting Copenhagen in June.

Rinpoche teaches in English and is admired wherever he travels for his unique presentation of the Dharma, his interest in and enthusiasm for Western culture, and his evident embodiment of the wisdom and compassion of the Buddhist path.

Tara is a female bodhisattva who in myth was born from Chenrezig’s tears of compassion. She is known to protect from fear and danger, heal illness, increase longevity and prosperity. On the ultimate level, she awakens wisdom so that we can realize the true nature of reality. In the Mahayana Buddhist tradition, it is believed that the practice of Tara brings instant help to overcome all problems and to actualize our material needs and heartfelt wishes.

During his visit, Rinpoche will also be giving a public talk with the title “Walking in the footsteps of the Buddha in the busy streets of the West”. For more information about the Green Tara retreat and the public talk please download CVM Yangsi Rinpoche



Exclusive Shamatha meditation retreat with Ven. Mary Reavey, 4.-11. of August, 2018

Suitable for beginners and experienced meditation practitioners. Limited to 25 people.

We are excited to present this year’s summer retreat with ven. Mary Reavey.

Set in a beautiful natural environment in Sjövik, Sweden, the facilities offer the perfect conditions for relaxation, healing and meditation.

The theme of the retreat is Shamatha – the cultivation of attention aimed at achieving single-pointed concentration. The retreat is an opportunity to take your meditation practice to another level and to experience tangible benefits from a more concentrated mind that can be applied more effectively to everything.

The retreat will also feature guided yoga sessions and time for nature walks. Periods of silence will be integrated in the retreat.

For more information please download CVM Summer Retreat 2018