Lunchtime Meditation

Wednesdays & Fridays, 12 - 12:30pm @ KMC SF

Take 30 minutes in the middle of the day to connect to your heart, cultivate inner peace and happiness, and clarify your intention for the day. No previous experience is necessary.


What to expect in this class

  • Brief explanation of the meditation
  • 25 min. guided meditation
  • Everyone welcome. Suitable for beginners and advanced practitioners


CURRENT SERIES: Lunchtime Meditation

WHEN: Wednesdays & Fridays, 12 - 12:30pm

COST: $3 (free for members - sign up here)

TEACHERS: Sunny Hiran

WHERE: In-person @ KMC SF | 3324 17th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110


Metered street parking on 17th & Hoff St. (free past 6pm and free all day on Sundays)

Parking garage on 16th & Hoff St. (42 Hoff St, San Francisco, CA 94110)

Bart (16th St. Mission)

J Line Muni (Church St & 16th St)

Bus (#49, #14, #22, #33)


Fee: $3/person* - Free for members! Become a member
*50% discount available for students and seniors 62+. Contact

Please register at the door. Masks are now optional

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Give the perfect gift of meditation & spiritual curiosity!

Purchase a Gift Card!

Give the perfect gift of meditation & spiritual curiosity!

In this class, we are practicing the Meditations presented in the Living Meditation Series by Tharpa Publications.

Experience the daily peace that comes from establishing a regular meditation practice.

The Living Meditation Series provides a comprehensive introduction to meditation, offering guidance at all levels for developing and deepening your meditation practice. Learn meditations to relax body and mind, find inner peace, achieve mental clarity, and develop a kind and compassionate attitude towards others.

The series includes meditations as audio CDs and downloadable MP3s for your meditation practice.

About the Teachers

Judith Sweet is a student in the Teacher Training Program and has taught classes at Kadampa Meditation Center and its branches for over 5 years. She loves exploring, both personally and in teaching, the practical application of Buddha's teachings to our everyday lives and problems, and is appreciated for her warmth and sincerity.

Alise Halbert has been studying
and practicing Kadampa
Buddhism since 2000. Alise is
currently on the Teacher
Training program and has
taught in Downtown SF, at the
SF Women’s Jail and KMC SF
temple. She is honored and
delighted to be part of the KMC SF community!