Hayagriva Buddhist Centre is a Mahayana Tibetan Buddhist centre in Perth, Western Australia, affiliated with FPMT.


Visit the centre during office hours 10am – 2pm Mon to Sat*

Phone 9367 4817 or stay in touch by signing up to our weekly enews or follow us on facebook.

*HBC endeavours to be open by volunteers between the hours 10am – 2pm Mon to Sat - please contact us before your visit to confirm the centre is open.

Hot off the press…

Notes for Tuesday Night teachings by Venerable Dekyi: Some last minute changes to her programme have left little time for Venerable Dekyi to deal with the subject of Engaging Bodhicitta on Tuesday evening. To assist students she has generously prepared written notes. Click here to read her excellent summary on Engaging the Six Perfections and much more.

Losar (Tibetan New Year) now on 9 Feb: This important Tibetan day has been moved forward one day. As requested by Kyabje Zopa Rinpoche, a Guru Puja (Lama Chopa with Tsog) will be held on Tue 9 Feb at 7.30pm. Venerable Dekyi’s class originally scheduled for this time slot has been cancelled. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Events coming up…

Venerable Jampa Dekyi

Venerable Dekyi's Teaching Program
Begins 5 January 2016
Tue 7.30pm, Thu 10.30am, Sun 2.30pm
3 x Workshops: Sat 1-4pm

Venerable Jampa Deyki's wish is to share the beauty, depth and practical compassion of the Buddha Dharma with all who have an interest. She is warm and irrepressible. One of her students remarked: ‘Not only was she perennially kind, supportive and adaptable, but rare was the day that did not start with the greeting, ‘Good morning, beautiful people’!’ In awe, the student asked her how she managed to be so irrepressibly positive. She answered: ‘I’ve always had this sense that I could deal with whatever happened.’

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Vajrasattva courtesy of Lama Yeshe website

Vajrasattva Jenang
2.30pm Sunday 21 February 2016
with Geshe Sonam

Vajrasattva is a powerful tantric practice to purify negative karma we have created. The Jenang will allow students to say the mantra of the deity. There is no ongoing practice commitment and anyone can take the Jenang.

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