We are very fortunate to have a dedicated and experienced team of teachers who teach both in Dharmavajra Centre and in branches throughout south and west Wales. All the teachers are currently studying on the Foundation Programme.
Adrian has been practising Kadampa Buddhism for over 10 years. He is married with a family and works with people suffering from addictions, and his a warmth, compassion and practical wisdom come through strongly in his teachings.
Ade teaches the Monday evening class in Dharmavajra Centre, leads the family workshop and gives day courses in the Centre.
Debs has been studying Buddhism for over 17 years and is the mother of two young children. This combination of thorough knowledge and down to earth experience give her classes an upbeat authenticity.
Debs is our Education Programme Co-ordinator and teaches the Tuesday morning class in the centre and leads the family workshops.
Mike is known for his insightful and creative approach to Dharma and the contagious enthusiasm of his teaching style.
Mike teaches in Bridgend as well as giving saturday courses in the Centre.
Paul has been practising for over 7 years, and is much appreciated for his natural gentleness, honesty and the sincerity of his spiritual practice.
Paul leads Prayers for World Peace and gives courses in the Centre.
Paul has been studying for over 15 years and has a warm, humorous approach to teaching Dharma.
Paul teaches in Newport (Gwent) and gives courses in the centre.
Juliet has been practicing and teaching Kadampa Buddhism for 25 years. She is known for her gentle, compassionate nature and deep experience of meditation. Juliet teaches in Newtown, Powys, and guides retreats in KMC Wales, Swansea.
Trish is well loved for her enthusiasm, good sense of humour and her ability to integrate Buddha’s teachings into everyday life.
Lynn Darnton is a warm hearted teacher who has been practising Kadampa Buddhism for over 20 years. Lynn is known for his compassion and gentle approach to giving teachings.