Guidelines During our Temporary Transition to Online Classes

Our live streaming is a temporary measure for people to access Dharma from their local Center and stay connected with their community until we open our doors again. We recognize that many people from the Madison area and Wisconsin or Minnesota in general may be checking out our teachings for the first time, and we welcome you.

Since this is a new endeavor for all of us, and in order to help everyone have the best experience, we’ve prepared a few guidelines and preparations you can follow in order to get the most out of teachings in this format:

  1.  Plan ahead. Registration closes one hour before each class. From your end, this can be a first step in carving out time (much like setting the intention to drive to your local center). On our end, this helps to ensure we are inviting participants who have registered and are following other requirements.
  2. Designate a space that is quiet and as private as possible. Let others around you know what you will be doing, and ask for their help ensuring you have a meaningful experience during the set timeframe of the class.
  3. Minimize distractions in the space so that you can fully engage in the teachings. If possible, leaving your cell phone in the other room, closing the door of the space where you are, and not engaging in side conversations (if others have registered and are participating with you), are measures you can take to help you focus.
  4. Reach out with any questions! Please e-mail our Center at [email protected] or call us at (608) 661-3211.  We are here, and happy to answer any questions and offer assistance.

We wish you happiness and good health, and look forward to opening our doors to the community again.


Kadampa Meditation Center Madison Year at a Glance


Noontime Meditation | Wednesdays & Fridays, April 1-29 | 12-12:30 PM

Thursday Morning Meditation | April 2-23 | 10-11:15 AM

Happy Regardless Sunday Series: Resilience through Meditation | Sundays, April 5-26 | 10-11:15 AM

Living from the Inside Out Monday Night Class: Letting Go of Anger and Resentment| Mondays, April 6-27 | 7-8:15 PM

Buddha's Enlightenment Day: Special Talk with Gen Gomlam | Wednesday, April 15 | 7-8:15 PM

Friday Night Lecture: Overcoming Anxiety and Depression: A Buddhist Perspective | Friday, April 17 | 7-8:15 PM


Abiding at the Heart: Blessing Empowerment of Je Tsongkhapa Introduction | Friday, May 1 | 7-8:30 PM

Abiding at the Heart: Blessing Empowerment of Je Tsongkhapa| Saturday, May 2 | 9 AM-5 PM

Abiding at the Heart: Blessing Empowerment of Je Tsongkhapa Special Sunday Class and Retreat| Sunday, May 3 | 10 AM-5 PM

Happy Regardless Sunday Series: Escape to Reality| Sundays, May 3-31 | 10-11:15 AM

Living from the Inside Out Monday Night Class: Letting Go of Anger and Resentment| Mondays, May 4-18 | 7-8:15 PM

Noontime Meditation | Wednesdays and Fridays May 6-29 | 12-12:30 PM

Thursday Morning Meditation | May 7-28 | 10-11:15 AM

Part 1: Friday Night Lecture: Calm Mind in a Crazy World| Friday, May 15 | 7-8:15 PM

Part 2: Saturday Meditation Retreat: Finding the Solution Within| Saturday, May 30 | 10 AM-3 PM


Noontime Meditation | Wednesdays & Fridays, June 3-30 | 12-12:30 PM

An Evening of Benefit and Bliss: KMC Madison Benefit Dinner| Saturday, June 6 | 5-8 PM

New! Sunday Series| Sundays, June 7-28 | 10-11:30 AM *No Class on June 14

Meditation for Kids | Sundays, June 7-28 | 10-11:30 AM *No Class on June 14

A World of Loving Kindness: Empowerment of Buddha Maitreya and Teachings on Loving Kindness | US Festival at KMC New York | June 12-17

Special Away Retreat with KMC Chicago & KMC Madison: Awakening the Heart: A Weekend Retreat on Loving Kindness | Friday, June 26 - Sunday June 28 at Siena Retreat Center in Racine


Part 1: Friday Night Lecture Silencing the Inner Critic | Friday, July 10 | 7-8:30 PM (Rescheduled from March 13)

Part 2: Connecting with Our Pure Potential Meditation Retreat | Saturday, July 18 | 10 AM-4 PM (Rescheduled from March 18)

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