We offer classes and courses for health and well-being including Yoga, Tai-Chi and mindfulness based approaches to working with depression, anxiety and stress (Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy – (MBCT) and living with pain, illness & stress (Breathworks)
These activities are led by experienced and skilled practitioners, able to bring the awareness developed in their own Buddhist practice to their classes.
We offer drop-in Yoga classes at lunchtimes and evenings during the week, Friday morning Yoga and meditation class, Saturday mornings and monthly Sunday Yoga and meditation morning sessions. We also offer Yoga Courses. See Yoga
Mindful Tai Chi from the Yang family forms which emphasizes posture, flow and authentic connection through the body.
See Tai Chi
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
This is a 9 week course with a follow-up session after a month and the opportunity to take part in a regular drop-in class. MBCT has been clinically shown to reduce relapse rates into depression. See MBCT
Mindfulness for health course : Living well with Pain, Illness & Stress
This is an 8 week course focusing on bringing about a positive approach to living with Pain Illness and Stress. See Living Well with Pain, Illness & Stress
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for those who have been affected by Cancer
This 8 week course is a specialist mindfulness intervention that has been designed to help participants or their carers who are living with an experience of cancer. See Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (Ca)
Mindfulness Based Compassionate Living Courses
This 8-week course supports the development and training of compassion and mindfulness to enhance mental and physical health. See Compassionate Living Courses
Mindfulness Drop in Classes
For people who have completed MBCT (Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy / MBSR Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction or Mindfulness for Health Living Well with Pain,Illness & Stress Courses at the Brighton Buddhist Centre or elsewhere.
Drop in classes on the 2nd Monday of each month 7.30pm – 9.00pm Suggested donation £5 / £3