geshe thubtenTibetan Buddhist Lama Geshe Thubten Sherab, fluent English speaker and renowned for connecting with Westerners, is returning to Brisbane during his 2016 international tour to teach at Camp Hill’s Langri Tangpa Buddhist Centre.

Geshe Sherab will talk about topics that Queensland people want hear about:

  • Using Buddhist techniques to be a “better whatever you want to be” – even when you aren’t a Buddhist
    · Achieving balance and avoiding burnout when you are a carer or in a caring role
    ·         Discovering how to transform any situation, even a bad one, into a benefit.

Public Talk: What makes you a Buddhist?

7-9pm Friday 26 February. No need to book. Suggested donation $20/$10, doors open 6pm.
Using the ancient wisdom of Buddhism to find peace in your own mind rather than outside yourself.

Weekend 1-Day Courses:

Walking the Wire: Balancing wisdom and compassion

Saturday 27 February 9am-4pm – Bookings recommended, suggested donation $110/$80 includes refreshments and printed notes.

8 Verses that can change your life

Sunday 28 February 9am-4pm – bookings recommended, suggest donation $110/$80 includes refreshments and printed notes.

Bookings recommended. Phone: (07) 3398 3310 or email

Where: Langri Tangpa Buddhist Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, Qld 4152
Contact: Jane Willis, Director LTC at to arrange interviews and media opportunities.
Go to: or find Langri Tangpa Centre on Facebook

 Background information: Geshe Sherab

Geshe Thubten Sherab, born in 1967 in Nepal, holds the Buddhist equivalent of a PhD. Currently the head of Kopan Monastery in Kathmandu, he has studied and taught in the USA, and now teaches in North America, Asia and Europe.

Western audiences readily connect to his clear, wise and witty talks presented in fluent English with flair and deep knowledge of Buddhist wisdom.

About Langri Tangpa Buddhist Centre, Camp Hill

Langri Tangpa Buddhist Centre is a teaching and meditation centre in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition that provides a friendly and supportive environment for learning and putting into practice the teachings of the Buddha.The centre offers classes in meditation, yoga, dealing with destructive emotions, introduction to Buddhism, and regular teachings with touring Tibetan Lamas.

Langri Tangpa Centre was founded in 1982, and is affiliated with the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT). Its principal teachers are HH the Dalai Lama, Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche.