Kagyu Ling Buddhist Centre gives a warm welcome to people wanting to learn to meditate in Manchester and explore the teachings of the Buddha.
Learn meditation in Manchester
Meditation classes are held three times each week at Kagyu Ling:
Wednesday: 10.30am to 11.30am and 8pm to 9pm.
Friday: 8pm to 9pm.
You don’t need any experience and there is no need to book – you can just turn up. Experienced practitioners lead the classes, which give you a chance to learn to meditate, and practise simple calmness meditation together. In addition, we give an introduction to Buddhism and explore some key aspects of Buddhist teachings.
The sessions last for just under an hour and the suggested contribution per class is £3.
Social distancing is in operation at Kagyu Ling. You may wish to read the centre’s Covid-19 guidelines before visiting.
If you can’t make it to a class, try meditation online. Regular online Meditation Zones are held each week, using Zoom. These are open sessions and all are welcome. First, each session gives an explanation of a simple calming meditation practice. After that there is a brief talk on a key aspect of the Buddha’s teachings.
Visit What’s On for dates and times of meditation classes and Zoom links for online sessions.
Check out other online meditation sessions run by Dechen Buddhism worldwide.
Kagyu Ling video
This short video shows more about Buddhist meditation in Manchester at Kagyu Ling.
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Contact us: Manchester@dechen.org
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Over 40 years of Buddhism in Manchester
Kagyu Ling, founded in 1975, is Manchester’s oldest Buddhist centre and for more than 40 years has provided people with a place and opportunity for Buddhist meditation in Manchester. Find more about Kagyu Ling and its history.