Our meditation classes are for anyone who wants to learn how to meditate in a friendly, relaxed setting. No experience is necessary. There is no need to book – just turn up! Everyone is welcome.
The sessions are led by experienced practitioners. They will guide you in a simple meditation technique. You can then practise this yourself at home.
You will also be able to learn a little about the basic teachings of the Buddhist tradition – such as impermanence, karma and compassion.
Kagyu Ling Buddhist Centre in Chorlton, Manchester, has a weekly programme of meditation classes. Kagyu Ling also has a network of groups providing meditation sessions in towns and cities across the north west.
Buddhist Path Course
The third part of the Buddhist Path course starts on 15 September. The course is suitable for people with a serious interest in Buddhism, or who have taken refuge. Find more information about the Buddhist Path Course.
Meditation morning – Saturday 20 October
If you’re interested in learning how to meditate, come along to the next meditation morning at Kagyu Ling. The event runs from 11am to 1pm with two sessions of reflection and meditation.
Learn meditation in Manchester
Meditation classes are held throughout the week at Kagyu Ling Buddhist Centre, 45 Manor Drive, Chorlton, Manchester, M21 7QG.
Summer recess: The last meditation class before the summer break will be held on Wednesday 15 August. Classes resume on Tuesday 4 September.
- Find details of meditation classes at Kagyu Ling.
- Classes are also held in central Manchester, Didsbury and Prestwich.
- Kagyu Ling, founded in 1975, was the first Buddhist centre in Manchester. Find more about the history of Kagyu Ling.
- Watch this short video to find out more about meditation at Kagyu Ling
Meditation in the north west – find a group in your area
New Brighton, Wirral
Meditation in the north west: classes and other events are listed in the What’s on pages.
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