Gen-Kelsang-Wangmo

THE RESIDENT TEACHER

We are delighted to welcome Gen Kelsang Wangmo as our new Resident Teacher.

Gen Kelsang Wangmo has been an ordained Buddhist nun for many years. She has been studying and practising Kadampa Buddhism for nearly twenty years and is loved for her gentle and joyful approach and her sincere example. 

Gen Wangmo’s lighthearted yet profound teachings provide practical wisdom for modern daily life.

buddhist nun Kelsang Shri

Kelsang Shri has been an ordained Buddhist nun for many years. She brings to her teachings a sincere interest in helping others, a clear and insightful understanding of how meditation can improve our daily life, and a skillful way of making the teachings accessible and relevant to our busy modern lives.

Shri is known for her kindness, warmth and sincere approach.

Teacher-Alana

Alana has been practising meditation and studying Buddhism for many years. She brings to her teachings a wealth of practical ways to use Buddhist meditation, sharing her appreciation and experience of the many benefits for our relationships and happiness.
She is known for her practical, down-to-earth and light-hearted approach.

Chammy sirisena

Chammy is originally from Sri Lanka and has been practising Kadampa Buddhism in the west for many years. She draws from her experience as a working professional and mother of three to transmit Buddha’s teachings in a way that can easily be integrated into busy modern life. Chammy is a student on the Foundation Programme and teaches occasional courses and events in the Scottish Borders. She is known for her kind heart and the clarity she brings to her teachings.

Pam Mitchell

Pam is a student on the Foundation Program and has been studying and practising Kadampa Buddhism for many years.
She is a warm-hearted and dedicated volunteer member of the spiritual community.