Meditation / Drop-in Classes
Going Deeper Drop-in Classes
This series of classes is aimed both at people who have completed our introductory courses and wish to develop their practice, as well as at more seasoned meditators.
You can sign up for the course to benefit from the progressive teaching week on week. Have a look at our meditation courses page for more information.
Otherwise, feel free to attend as drop-in sessions:
£6/£5 per session
7.00 - 9.00pm
At her class on Fridays, Vajragupta talks about the Dharma for half an hour or so, invites you to take the teachings into a meditation, and then allows time to elaborate on the themes over tea and biscuits afterwards. Suitable for anyone familiar with our two meditation practices.
12.15 – 1.15pm
£4 / £3
suitable for complete beginners
Intro Meditation Mornings
To take up meditation is to introduce a powerful force for change in your life, and can be the beginning of life's greatest adventure. These introductory mornings are an opportunity to sample a deeper meditative atmosphere and be introduced to our two meditation practices. No need to book, just turn up before 10am.
Saturdays in 2018:
6 Oct with Rijusiddha
8 Dec with Karunachitta
10am - 12pm noon
£7 / £5 concs.
Under 35 and interested in Buddhism? Come along to one of our monthly gatherings to meet others and explore meditation and Buddhism though talks, discussion and practical enquiry.
Held on: 5 Aug, 2 Sep, 7 Oct, 4 Nov, 2 Dec
We tend to meet on the first Sunday of every month (Please double check dates on the website as this occasionally changes)
4.30pm - 7pm at the Norwich Buddhist Centre.
Find us on Facebook or email email@example.com to find out more. Donations welcome.
Great Yarmouth Meditation Group
Tuesdays 7 – 9 pm at The Meeting House, Howard Street NR30 1LN
NB No class on the fourth Tuesday of each month. We encourage the Yarmouth sangha to join the Three Jewels Evenings in Norwich on these dates.
drop-in meditation and buddhism sessions – open to regulars
Suitable for people who are familiar with the two meditation practices taught at Norwich Buddhist Centre (Mindfulness of Breathing and Metta Bhavana).
University of East Anglia
Mondays 1.05 – 2 pm at the Chaplaincy
drop-in meditation sessions
open to all students and staff
every Monday during term time
run by Alokadhara, UEA Buddhist Chaplain