Hayagriva Buddhist Centre is a Mahayana Tibetan Buddhist centre located in Perth, Western Australia, affiliated with FPMT We are a non profit organisation funded by donations and run by volunteers.

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You can visit the centre during office hours 10am – 2pm Mon to Sat*

*Centre opening hours are subject to volunteer availability. Please phone to confirm.

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Monthly Vajrasattva Purification Retreat @ HBC – 1 to 5pm

Next Session: Saturday 25 Sep 2021

The Vajrasattva mantra is a powerful practice to purify negative karma and a quick way to transform your mind. It is a kind of detox for the mind.

By popular demand, this session will be held monthly on the “last Saturday” of each month

FPMT’s founder, Lama Yeshe (1935 – 84) said: “the Vajrasattva practice can purify all negative energy; there is no negativity that Vajrasattva meditation cannot purify.”

Sessions of this powerful practice will be led by Owen Cole who has done a three-month Vajrasattva and other retreats.

No initiation is necessary though an understanding of Buddhist principles and karma is useful.

See this article on the benefits of the Vajrasattva practice by Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche.

All welcome. Bring a mala if you want to count the mantras.

By donation

Watch Teachings by Geshe Tenzin Zopa on YouTube

We were most fortunate to have Geshe Zopa take a break from his retreat to give us teachings on The Four Immeasurables 1, 8, 15 and 22 Jun

All sessions with Geshe Zopa were live streamed and recorded on YouTube.

Click here to watch those recordings.

Regular Events at HBC

Monday Morning Yoga 9.30am
Event is at HBC. Max 16 students. Teacher is Jude Milan. Must book and pay in advance on Stillness In Motion Yoga website. No “walk ins” without a booking.

Monday Evening Yoga 6pm
Event is at HBC. Max 16 students. Teacher is Lewanna Newman. Enquiries to vitalyoga@gmail.com

Tuesday Morning Meditation 10am
Event is at HBC. Led by senior student (Brian Keegan). Chairs and cushions are provided or bring your own cushion if you prefer. Note: NO online option.

Wednesday Evening Yoga 6pm
Event is at HBC. Max 16 students. Teacher is Jude Milan. Must book and pay in advance on Stillness In Motion Yoga website. No “walk ins” without a booking.

Thursday Evening Meditation 7pm
Event is at HBC. Chairs and cushions are provided or bring your own cushion if you prefer. Note: NO online option.

Sunday Morning Meditation 10am
Event is at HBC and Online via Zoom. Led by senior student.
Subject: The Six Perfections.
In Person Attendance: Chairs and cushions are provided or bring your own cushion if you prefer.
Online Attendance: Book on HBC website at https://www.hayagriva.org.au/online-sunday-meditation-registration/ to be added to mailing list. Zoom link emailed to mailing list on Sunday by 9am.

For All Pujas
Event is at HBC. Led by senior student. Chairs and cushions are provided or bring your own cushion if you prefer. Offerings of “unopened” packaged food or of flowers are welcome. Food offerings must not be opened. NO online option.

For Holy Day Events
Event is at HBC. NO online option.

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COVID-19 Restrictions (last updated 11 July 2021)

Our Office and Shop are open each day from 10am to 2pm from Monday to Saturday (subject to availability of our office volunteers).

Where possible, you should try to exercise “physical distancing” when attending events.

“Online” access via Zoom to our Sunday Meditation will continue. There is no limit for the number of “online” participants. Register (click here) to be added to the mailing list. Those on the mailing list will receive an email on Sunday morning containing the necessary “link” to the Zoom session.

When attending events or visiting the centre “in person”, please be aware of the following rules:

  • On arrival, you must sign in to our “attendance register” or use the SafeWA app on your phone. Importantly, signing in is also mandatory for our volunteers. *
  • Please use the hand sanitiser provided before and after touching common property e.g. prayers books, tables and chairs, offering bowls, etc.
  • You may use our cushions, mats, wooden tables, plastic chairs and tables. We provide antiseptic wipes if you prefer to wipe down your chair and/or table before use.
  • Please stay at home if you have flu-like symptoms.
  • Food Offerings for the altar and pujas should be unopened packaged items only.

* You can register on our paper form or using the contactless SafeWA app. Look for our SafeWA QR code posted at the door and at our registration desk.