Meditation Classes

Weekly drop-in meditation classes offer the chance to learn how to make our mind calm and peaceful. By training in meditation we will experience the benefits for ourself – learn to develop inner peace, giving us the ability to stay happy and positive all the time, even in the most difficult circumstances.

Through learning meditation techniques we can overcome anxiety and depression, improve sleep, live a more positive way of life, and feel healthier and happier.

You can join the classes at any time, no need to book or reserve a place.

Each class costs £6 (or buy a prepaid card – 4 classes for £20)

Each class includes a guided breathing meditation, a teaching, a second meditation based on the teaching and time for questions. Everyone is welcome to attend at any time and there’s no need to pre-register.

Everyone is welcome to this class to learn more about meditation and Buddhism. Seating is on normal chairs, no need to book or reserve a place, and no need for any special clothing.

The classes will be looking at the new book by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, How to Understand the Mind. This remarkable book offers us deep insight into our mind, and shows how an understanding of its nature and functions can be used practically in everyday experience to improve our lives.
The book will be available to buy at classes or you can preview and buy it now at Tharpa publications online.

Join at any time

how to bring out the happiest you: starts week commencing June 2

week 1    Mindfulness & loving kindness
week 2    Awakening the heart
week 3    Loving the difficult ones
week 4    Forgiving ourself & others
week 5    Wishing love & happiness
week 6    Giving the gift of love
week 7    A wiser kind of love

This series will be based on the book ‘Eight Steps to Happiness

Click the links below to see details of venues, dates and topics for each particular town.

Pocklington (Madhyamaka KMC)


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