Kagyu Ling is Manchester’s oldest Buddhist centre. For over 40 years it has provided people with a place and opportunity for meditation in Manchester, to learn about meditation and explore the teachings of the Buddha.
Meditation in Manchester
You are welcome to come to any of the meditation classes at Kagyu Ling. Classes are held throughout the week – see below for a full list. No experience is necessary and there is no need to book – you can just turn up. All our classes are led by experienced practitioners and give you a chance to learn and practise simple calmness meditation.
The sessions last for just under an hour and there is time before and afterwards for a chat and a chance to ask questions over tea and coffee in a friendly, relaxed setting.
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Kagyu Ling video
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Meditation classes at Kagyu Ling
Please note: summer break at Kagyu Ling. The last meditation class is on Friday 16 August. Classes resume on Wednesday 4 September 2019.
Wednesday morning 10.30am – 11.30am Facilitators: Derek and Glyn
Wednesday evening 8.00pm – 9.00pm Facilitators: Kamani, Terry and Mike
Friday evening 8.00pm – 9.00pm Facilitators: Cath and Chris
Please note that the Tuesday evening class will not be re-starting in the new year. In due course a new class may take its place, but in the meantime please attend one of the other sessions at Kagyu Ling or the regional groups.
Specialist mind training meditation sessions are held at Kagyu Ling on Thursdays at 8pm, facilitated by Simon, John and Jonathan.
Facility fee for all sessions: £3
Contact us: Manchester@dechen.org
Twitter: @kagyuling or visit www.twitter.com/kagyuling