Kadam Lucy James
The main teacher at Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado is Kadam Lucy James, who is also the principal teacher of Kadampa Buddhism in Colorado. We feel very lucky to have her here as she is a close disciple of the founder of our Buddhist tradition, Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, having first met him in 1981 and worked closely with him.
One of the senior teachers of Kadampa Buddhism, Kadam Lucy has taught extensively in England, Florida, and San Francisco, and helped set up many thriving Buddhist meditation centers in the past 35 years. She is regularly invited to teach courses around the United States and United Kingdom due to her skill in presenting both simple and profound subjects with great clarity.
Her main job for many years was also to help edit and produce Geshe Kelsang’s books. Until quite recently, she was on a long meditation retreat.
Kadam Lucy is appreciated for her deep experience, clear mind, and inspiring yet practical presentation of Buddha’s teachings and meditations, showing how to make these immediately effective in our modern daily lives. She teaches Tuesday evening meditation classes (Cap Hill), Wednesday evening meditation classes, Thursday evening’s Course in Modern Buddhism, Sunday morning Meditations for a Happy Life, Foundation Program, Teacher Training Program, and many other retreats and courses.
Dylan has been studying and practicing Buddhist meditation for many years. His light and practical style bring Buddha’s teachings to life in an easily accessible way. Dylan teaches regular meditation workshops at KMC-CO, fills in for Kadam Lucy when she is away, and is the branch teacher in Colorado Springs on Tuesday and Thursday nights.
Penny Tuck teaches on Thursday nights in Colorado Springs. Penny has been studying on the Foundation Program at KMC Colorado for many years. She brings a warm heart and joyful attitude to sharing Buddha’s teachings and the practice of meditation.
Steven Rachal teaches on Thursday nights in Colorado Springs. Steven is on the Foundation Program at Kadampa Meditaiton Center Colorado and has been studying for may years. He brings a light-hearted yet sincere approach to teaching so that meditation and Buddhism is accessible for everyone.