The Brahma Kumaris
The Brisbane Centre occupies a beautifully converted 1952 Art Deco former Salvation Army hall, on the edge of Nundah village, just minutes walk from bus and train.
Our community of meditators includes both casual and more experienced students, and an eclectic mix of personalities, which not only creates a tranquil atmosphere, but an inspiring one to be in as well.
We offer a range of activities including silent and guided meditations, workshops, The Brahma Kumaris’ core curriculum Raja Yoga Meditation courses, and stand-alone classes. Early morning sessions are run for advanced students. We also stream special events online.
The Brahma Kumaris Brisbane
11 Boyd Street, Nundah 4012
Centre Coordinator / Tutor
As well as being a well respected tutor, he is also an accomplished songwriter and musician. Peter's commitment to the greater good allows space and freedom for others to grow. His values include dignity of spirit, authenticity and appreciation. Peter divides his time between coordinating the Centre's activities and working part-time. Peter has been practising meditation for over 35 years.
Centre Resident / Tutor
Phillip's interest in spirituality and science, when wedded with the worldview and methodology of the Brahma Kumaris, produces within him a lightness and enthusiasm to bring about a world of peace and happiness. He has practised regular meditation for around 35 years.
Visual artist & designer, Maggie values and believes that creativity is a virtue that everyone possesses. She loves to encourage others to discover their true self through the arts and meditation. This is Maggie’s passion for a better world. She has practiced meditation for almost 20 years.
Lee is a skilled therapeutic performer who specialises in bringing together meditation and artistic expression. Lee’s joy is in recreating spirituality, to make it accessible and relevant. He is a highly respected tutor and has practiced meditation with The Brahma Kumaris for around 35 years.