Gen-la Kelsang Khyenrab is a retired General Spiritual Director of the New Kadampa Tradition – International Kadampa Buddhist Union (NKT-IKBU) and is now the Resident Teacher at Kadampa Meditation Centre Canada & the Canadian National Spiritual Director.
Training with Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for over 30 years Gen-la Khyenrab is well-loved for his pure and powerful example of humility and loving-kindness.
Other inspiring, qualified teachers, both lay and ordained, teach drop-in classes at the temple and in other areas.
Kelsang Rigden, a Canadian Buddhist nun, is the Resident Teacher of Avalokiteshvara Kadampa Buddhist Centre, Mississauga. She has been ordained for over 11 years and has been a Teacher in the New Kadampa Tradition for many years in Canada, the Caribbean and the USA. Her heartfelt experience of Buddhist teachings and meditation inspire others to make their lives more meaningful.
Rose Hirano is a Kadampa Buddhist meditation teacher at Kadampa Meditation Centre Canada.
She is a warm hearted and very dedicated member of the spiritual community, and teaches in various areas around Toronto.
Christine Reeves is a Kadampa Buddhist meditation teacher at Kadampa Meditation Centre Canada.
She has been a Kadampa Buddhist and student of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for many years.
She studies on the Foundation Program and teaches the Wednesday night weekly class Learn to Meditate at the Temple.
Her experience of integrating meditation into her daily life, makes her a practical and sincere teacher.
Katrina Natale is a long term Kadampa Buddhist Practitioner and a student on the Teacher Training Program. She has been administrative director of Kadampa centres in Vancouver and Toronto for many years. She is a Kadampa Buddhist meditation teacher at Kadampa Meditation Centre Canada.
Katrina is a very giving and dedicated member of the spiritual community and shares her experience of the teachings with kindness and inspiration.
Katrina teaches at the Bloorwest Village branch.