The Aryaloka Buddhist Center Spiritual Vitality Council

Aryaloka’s Spiritual Vitality Council is composed of senior members of the Triratna Buddhist Order who confirm that Aryaloka’s teaching and programs effectively teach the Dharma, and reflect the perspective of the Triratna Buddhist Community. The SVC ensures that Aryaloka’s classes, programs and retreats appeal to a broad range of Buddhist practitioners, from beginners to long-time Order Members. The SVC also works to develop, train and support Aryaloka’s all-volunteer teaching cohort. In addition, the SVC insures that Aryaloka’s policies, procedures, and activities are informed by and reflect the Buddhist ethical precepts.

Contact the SVC with ideas for classes, programs or retreats; offers to teach; and questions or concerns about the spiritual and ethical foundation of Aryaloka’s activities.

Aryaloka’s Teacher Code of Conduct can be found here: Aryaloka’s Teacher Code of Conduct.

Our grievance reporting policy can be found here: Aryaloka’s Grievance Reporting Policy

Our child protection policy is here: Child Protection Policy

Our code of conduct for teachers of children is here: Code of Conduct for Teachers of Children

Members of the Spiritual Vitality Council:

 

Amala, Chair

 

Vidhuma

 

Vidhuma, Vice-Chair

 

 

 Khemavassika, Women’s Mitra Convener (photo coming soon)

Lilasiddhi

Lilasiddhi, Women’s Mitra Convener

Surakshita

Surakshita, Men’s Mitra Convener

 

Dayalocana

Dayalocana, Board of Directors Representative

 

Shrijnana

 

Shrijnana, Executive Director