These classes work on a drop-in basis – no booking is needed.
Classes suitable for everyone
If you are new to meditation, these classes will give you a taste of it. More experienced meditators will be able to further develop their practice in this class. We teach two complementary meditation practices, the mindfulness of breathing and a loving kindness meditation, the metta bhavana.
We recommend that you attend an Introduction to Buddhist Meditation course to develop a fuller understanding and practice of meditation, in addition to these classes.
Tuesday 1.15 – 1.45pm
£3 (£2 concession)
Classes suitable for those with meditation experience
If you are familiar with the mindfulness of breathing and metta bhavana meditations then these are the classes for you. They offer an opportunity both to deepen your practice as well as to meet other meditators.
Tuesdays 7.45pm – 9.15pm
If you have some meditation experience you are very welcome to come and join us!
(By donation )
A sequence of meditations for those who have their own regular practice. There will usually be some teaching input and a chance to explore a theme over a few weeks.
£7 (£5 concession)
An unguided session for those with confidence in their meditation practice. Followed by an optional Buddhist ritual session (puja) from 2.15-3pm
A chance to practise and explore meditation in its Buddhist context, with the guidance of a range of teachers.
£7 (£5 concession)
Free drop-in meditation for students
Basic posture and meditation to help with relaxation. Set within an element of Buddhist teaching to help understand the significance and meaning of the Practice
Tuesdays from 9th January – 29th May 2018
4.30pm to 5.30pm
GBTQI Meditation Drop in Classes
Monthly Drop in Meditation classes on the last Saturday of the month. For men who identify as Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Intersex. For those new to meditation or with an established meditation practice. For more information click here
Last Saturday of the month, 10am to 12noon. £7/£5 – please pay on the day
NB: This is a change in day starting January 2018 (previously it was the first Saturday).