Buddhist Meditation Courses

Many people find that consistency of teacher and group is a supportive way to learn both of the practices we teach, the Metta Bhavana (the development of loving kindness) and the Mindfulness of Breathing. Our meditation teachers’ approach is informal and friendly. There is plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion.

Meditating with the Body

with Visuddhimati
Two 4 week courses
Thurs 15 Jan - 5 Feb 6.30 - 7.30pm
Wed 25 Mar - 15 April 6.30 - 7.30pm
Visuddhimati will draw on her experience of Buddhist meditation, yoga and Qi gong as paths towards becoming fully embodied and present to our experience moment by moment. Each session stands alone, drop-in option available.
£35/18 for four sessions booked in advance. £10/5 per drop-in session.

Meditation Toolkit

With the Tuesday class team
Regular six week courses on Tuesdays
7.00 – 9.30pm

Two six week courses exploring strategies for taking our meditation pracice further. Suitable for anyone who has already learned the two basic practices and wants to go deeper.

If you cannot make the whole course it is also fine to drop in for individual evenings.
Course cost: £45/20 Weekly drop in rate £10/5.

Buddhism and Meditation

Four week course with Karunagita
4 Wednesday evenings 4 – 25 Mar 7pm – 9.30pm £56/28

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.

Introduction to Buddhism and Meditation

with Karunagita
Five Thursday evenings – Thurs 23 April – Thurs 21 May
7pm – 9.30pm £70/35

An essential overview of Buddhist principles and an introduction to meditation offering a means to self-awareness, change and spiritual insight. These courses are an overview of Buddhist teaching and how it is relevant within our everyday lives.
Open to all. Booking required.

Karunagita led mindfulness-based courses for stress at the NLBC for five years as well as teaching meditation at centres and on retreats. She established and runs a social enterprise, is mother of two teens and author of A Path for Parents.