Transforming Pain : Healing the Body & Mind

Meditation Workshop 


April 8 1-4pm

(Richmond )

with Buddhist nun Kelsang Kalden



We all want pain to stop whether physical or mental pain. The experience of pain can be either intensified or reduced depending upon our insight into the origin and nature, and whether or not we can make it spiritually meaningful. Buddhist teachings explain how to grow spiritually from the experience of pain and Buddha taught effective methods to reduce our mental and physical suffering.

This workshop will present some of these profound methods including a guided meditation for healing the body and mind.

Everyone is welcome! You don’t have to be a Buddhist to attend.


Kelsang Kalden is an American Buddhist nun and the Resident Teacher of Keajra Kadampa Buddhist Center. She has been studying and practicing Kadampa Buddhism under the guidance and direction of renowned teacher Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche, the founder of the New Kadampa Tradition, for many years. She is known for her loving kindness, sincere dedication to serving others, and for her boundless energy and good humor.  Kelsang Kalden


Friends Meeting of Richmond ( This workshop is hosted by Keajra Kadampa Buddhist Center )

4500 Kensington Ave.
Richmond, VA  23221

The workshop will be held in the brick building located on Commonwealth Ave. to the rear of the main building.


$25/$20, $5.00 discount applies to early registration (prior to 4/6/17)/Seniors 62+/Full-time Students/Unemployed.

Cash, check or credit card are accepted at the venue, or bring your printed PayPal receipt.

Thank You !

Keajra Kadampa Buddhist Center is a Center for Modern Buddhism and Meditation and a member of the New Kadampa Tradition -International Kadampa Buddhist Union , a not- for profit organization 100% operated by volunteer