Kadampa Meditation Center Georgia is a modern Buddhist meditation center in the heart of Inman Park, only two-blocks from the Beltline.
We are located on 741 Edgewood Avenue NE, in a redesigned automotive garage dating back to 1938. The vintage brick building once housed AAA Electric Motor Service. The remodeled space features a comfortable meditation room, a children’s meditation area, lounge, gift shop and bookstore.
Events include daily meditation classes, day courses, book study and retreats for all levels of practice. On Sundays, parents can drop off their kids (ages 4-10) for children’s meditation, games and crafts, then join a class for adults in the main meditation hall.
The main focus of these programs is to provide accessible meditation techniques that can help students become more calm, peaceful, and happier in their day-to-day life.
We are a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization run entirely by volunteers and established in Atlanta since 1998. We are a member of the New Kadampa Tradition and the International Kadampa Buddhist Union. Previously, our volunteers ran the World Peace Café in Sandy Springs from 2007 to 2013.