Saturday May 13, 2017 9AM – 5PM 
Meditation and Yoga Daylong Retreat with Martha Tack

This daylong program will present a variety of meditation techniques and Hatha yoga stretching within each session. It is open to all levels of meditators with the aim of encouraging and supporting a stable daily practice.

Martha Tack has been a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism for over 40 years and was a previous director of Milarepa Center. She currently enrolled in a yoga teacher training program and lives in Sutton, VT.

Cost: Suggested donation of $50 includes lunch and afternoon tea
(No one will be turned away for lack of funds)

To register email:



Come for the day or the weekend. All meals and accommodation offered
Please call or email to confirm your participation

802-633-4136  or


MAY 29: 5:00 – 7:00

Merry Colony of Milarepa Center and Dawn Holtz of Seyon Lodge will be serving a dinner of Fresh spring rolls with peanut sauce and vegetarian Thai curry on May 29th
 $15 per person
All proceeds from the dinner will go to Milarepa Center.

All proceeds from drinks & desserts go to the Peacham Cafe

  We look forward to seeing you there!!
Peacham Cafe: 643 Bayley Hazen Rd, Peacham, VT 05862

Join us Feb 19th with Charok Lama Rinpoche!!

 Lama, a 24 year old Sherpa Lama, is the incarnation of Nyingma meditator Kushog Mangden of Solo Kumbu, Nepal. Kushog Mangden spent much of his life at Charok, a hermitage close to the Lawudo cave where Kunzang Yeshy, Lama Zopa Rinpoche’s predecessor, spent much of his previous life in meditation.

Born in Thamo village just below Lawudo in 1992, Charok Lama moved to Kopan Monastery when he was only 4 years old and on to Sera Je Monastic University in 2005 to continue his studies. In 2013 he was awarded the prestigious Rik.chung and is now in his second year of Uma (Middle Way) studies. Rinpoche has consistently been top of his class and has attended many of the Jang Gunchu winter debates. Rinpoche’s root teacher at Sera Je is Jangtse Choje Rinpoche.

As Rinpoche is still studying and, therefore, is not yet an approved FPMT teacher this will be a “dharma discussion” only and not a teaching. The topic of the discussion will be Dharma in Daily Life.

  • Please join us at Milarepa Center Sunday, Feb 19th at 1:00 for this unique opportunity
  • This is the only public talk Rinpoche will give during his visit to the US
  • Snacks will be provided and please feel free to bring any healthy additions
  • There is no cost for this event though offerings are welcome

Join us Feb 27th to celebrate Losar, the Tibetan New Year

8:00: Incense puja followed by Lama Chopa puja and tsog

11:00: Hanging Prayer Flags

12:00: Potluck lunch and stories of Lama Thubten Yeshe

Click here to see the FPMT Calendar.