Join us on Zoom

You can join us on Zoom for much of our program of meditations and teachings. Click on any of the links below to reveal a request form. Fill in the form and click on “Send me Invitation”. We’ll immediately send you an email with the details you need to join us on Zoom. (Note: If you don’t receive the email within a few minutes, check your Spam or Junk folder.)

Note: Saturday Morning Meditation classes have been cancelled.

Sunday Morning Meditation 10-11am


EB Exploring the Mind - Fridays 6, 13, 27 May and 17, 24 Jun and 1, 8, 29 Jul and 5, 12, 19 Aug 10.30am-12.00noon


The teachings for Discovering Buddhism: The Spiritual Teacher will be accessible via Zoom to registered participants. The details will be sent to each participant once they have booked and paid.
Click here to book and pay for Discovering Buddhism: The Spiritual Teacher

Privacy: We make a video recording of most of our Zoom meetings (but not Sunday meditations). You will be notified by Zoom when the recording starts. In general, we only record the teacher but, in some circumstances, your image may be recorded. If you don’t want your image to be recorded, you should “Join without Video”. If you have already joined with video turned on, use the Zoom Video controls to turn it off. Turning off your video means your image will be replaced with a black screen with your name. If you don’t want your name to be recorded, make sure you enter a fictitious name or just your initials when you launch Zoom. Turning off your video does not affect your ability to see and hear the teacher/leader on Zoom.

Audio: Please “Join with Computer Audio” when you join the Zoom meeting. This enables you to hear the teacher. Your microphone is automatically “muted” on entry to the meeting. We do this to prevent feedback loops and background noise being heard by others and recorded. The teacher may seek your input by “unmuting” your microphone. You will see an invitation on your screen to “unmute” your microphone. You can then use your Zoom control to unmute your mic. Once turned on, you will be able to speak to everyone on the meeting. We recommend that you “mute” your microphone when you are finished speaking.

Recordings: We upload the video recordings of our Zoom meetings to Hayagriva Buddhist Centre’s YouTube Channel and, in general, make them available to the public. This usually happens a few days after the meeting. You can find the links to the videos on our website at