Buddhism Courses and Events

Introduction to Buddhism

Ongoing courses with members of the Tuesday class team on Tuesday evenings.
7pm – 9.30pm Meditation, tea break and introductory Buddhism in the context of our weekly Tuesday evening drop in class. Discount if you book in advance for a course. £10/5 per class at the door.

Next course starts on 6 Jan

The Five Buddha Mandala
with Satyanathin
6 week course 6 Jan – 10 Feb £50/25
In this course we will be exploring the Five Buddha Mandala, which symbolises qualities of the Enlightened Mind and the Buddha's ‘Third Noble Truth’.
Suitable for anybody who is interested in Buddhism and familiar with the ‘Mindfulness of Breathing’ and the ‘Metta Bhavana’ meditation practices.

Sculpture (Rupa) of Kuan Yin

Introduction to Buddhism and Meditation

with Vajramitra

Four Wednesday evenings
Wed !4 Jan – Wed 4 Feb
7pm – 9.30pm £60/28

An introduction to the 3 Jewels of Buddhism: the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha. The course will teach and practise Buddhist meditation, explore the principles of Buddhism and look at the relevance of this ancient religion in our daily lives.

Open to all.
Booking required

Buddhism and Meditation

Four week course with Karunagita
4 Wednesday evenings 4 – 25 Mar 7pm – 9.30pm £60/28

This course is particularly suitable for people who have already done an introduction to Buddhism and meditation course but is open to all. In addition to led meditation and support to establish a meditation practice at home, this course will provide an overview of the Eightfold Path, taught by the Buddha as a way to end suffering, or unsatisfactoriness. Booking required.

Buddhism and Meditation

Five week course with Karunagita
5 Thursday evenings 23 April – 21 May 7pm – 9.30pm £70/35.
This course is particularly suitable for people who have already done an introduction to Buddhism and meditation course but is open to all. In addition to led meditation and support to establish a meditation practice at home, this course will provide an overview of the Eightfold Path, taught by the Buddha as a way to end suffering, or unsatisfactoriness. Booking required.

Regular Study Groups

We offer opportunities to explore Buddhism in more depth in a regular weekly study group. These are by invitation. If you are interested ask one of our regular class teachers for more information.