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We are happy to announce a course in the Vajra Dance of the Six Spaces of Samantabhadra, open to members of the Dzogchen Community and non-members, taught by Vajra Dance instructor Lynne Geary. There is no need to have received Dzogchen transmission from Chögyal Namkhai Norbu to participate in this course.
Vajra Dance of the Six Spaces of Samantabhadra
For more information on the Vajra Dance, please see the Vajra Dance page of this website.
Note: these session times are revised as of 1/9/14
Saturday 6 September: 10am - 4pm
Sunday 7 September: 10am - 4pm
The course will be held at Hurstbridge Primary School, Main Road, Hurstbridge
$250 non-member / $150 member, non-member concession
For further information, and to book in for the course, please contact Jan Taylor (0421 202 046)
Yantra Yoga - Kumbhaka Course 13 & 14 September
and Public Talk 16 September - with Oni Mckinstry
Samyas Ling, the Melbourne Ling (centre for local activities), is located at Fleming Park Hall in Brunswick. This location provides a beautiful, large hall that is convenient and comfortable for practice and community events.
Fleming Park Hall is located at:
104-106 Victoria Street, Brunswick
How to get there:
Fleming Park Hall is located on Victoria St, approximately halfway between Nicholson St and Lygon St.
-From Swanston St in the city you can catch Tram 1 or Tram 8 and exit at stop 124, which is on the corner of Lygon and Victoria St.
-From Collins St in the city you can catch Tram 96 and exit at stop 26, which is on the corner of Nicholson and Victoria St.
Parking is available on Victoria St and in nearby streets.
Click on event to see time and location. A location is only given when the event is not at Fleming Park Hall.
For further information on practice schedule sessions, and exact locations of practices when not at Fleming Park Hall, please contact the Melbourne Gakyil at email: melbourne, or call Adam on 0488 223 774 or Paul on 0410 288 487.