at KMC LA
Kadam Dharma flourishes in dependence upon you; your contribution and your engagement with KMC LA’s momentous spiritual program and community life. We are so happy to support your practice of Dharma and to watch you grow, take steps on your path and enjoy the benefits of KMC LA!
Membership Cost does not include California Dharma Celebration, away retreats, empowerment weekend events, public talks at venues other than KMC Los Angeles, and events not mentioned in the above table.
Become a supporting member of Kadampa Meditation Center. For a single monthly payment, you’ll be able to attend all intro (“General Program”) classes and all lunchtime meditations, Monday through Friday–a significant monthly savings.
WHAT MEMBERS SAY
Here’s what members tell us about why they’re members:
I save money.
I have super easy access to classes.
It helps me keep up good discipline and reinforces my practice
It’s a purposeful way for me to spend the increased time at home during the lockdown.
Being a member makes it easier for me to follow a path that actually leads to genuine happiness.
As a member, I have lots of opportunities to learn methods and techniques to solve everyday problems.
I’m supporting an organization that promotes world peace right here in Los Angeles!
When the Center is closed (one week in summer, one week in winter), I get access to encore Dharma classes!
You can enroll on the first or the fifteenth of the month. If you enroll on the fifteenth, you will pay the first two months’ membership fee, and the first month’s fee will be prorated. After your initial enrollment, your credit card will be charged on the first of every month.
If you have any questions, to cancel your membership, or to update your payment information email Admin@MeditateInLA.org. 14 days’ cancellation notice is required
Our memberships are primarily offered to individuals. If you are interested in setting up a family membership for livestreaming classes (only), please contact Raymond Leung, our Administrative Director (Admin@MeditateinLA.org).
“From giving comes wealth,” said Buddhist master Nagarjuna, reminding us that the practice of giving plants virtuous seeds of karma that ripen later as experiences of receiving. Giving to Dharma helps to share this precious wisdom with others in the Los Angeles area, and throughout the world.