Meditation and Mindfulness at Jamyang London Buddhist Centre

Come to Discover What Meditation Is

Find peace and calm in the world and within oneself, with our offering of meditative practices for all levels of practitioners at Jamyang Buddhist Centre.

Meditation helps keep you in the moment and provides physical and mental health benefits, too. It is perfect for those looking for practical tools to help them bring greater contentment and peace of mind into daily life.

Jamyang London Buddhist Centre hosts weekly drop-in sessions on Buddhist and Mindfulness Meditation. These meditation sessions provide a much-needed respite from the hustle and bustle of city life, allowing individuals to find inner peace and tranquillity. Whether you are seeking solace, stress relief, or simply a moment of stillness, these meditations offer a valuable opportunity to cultivate a sense of well-being in the midst of our fast-paced world.

By creating a welcoming and inclusive environment, these meditation sessions encourage individuals from all walks of life to come together and embark on a journey of self-discovery and mindfulness. These meditations are for everyone, regardless of their religious or cultural background.

Additionally, we host also the MBSR Mindfulness for Stress Reduction course led by the London Centre for Mindfulness.

Below is an overview of all the meditation courses and drop – in sessions at Jamyang London Buddhist Centre.

Meditation Sessions at Jamyang London Buddhist Centre

Dharma Express Meditation

Peers facilitators

Every Tuesday 18:30 to 20:00

How to Meditate?

with Roy Sutherwood

Every Sunday 9:30 -10:30

Mindfulness Online Sessions

with Jane Sill and facilitators

Every Wednesday, 12:30 to 13:00.

Friday, 18:30 to 19:30.

Contemplation and Meditation

with Vinod Ravi

Various times during the week throughout the year.

Upcoming Events

Mindfulness for Stress Reduction (MBSR) at Jamyang London Buddhist Centre

Our Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction course is closely linked with Bangor University and SLAM. The course follows the strict guidelines set out by Jon Kabat Zinn and the model created by Oxford Mindfulness Centre run by Mark Williams.

This well-tested and authenticated 8-week programme has been carefully formulated to enable participants to learn more about their thinking patterns and behaviour while learning practical skills to manage stress and develop greater mental resilience. The evidence base shows significant positive effects amongst participants suffering from conditions such as chronic pain, fibromyalgia, MS, mild anxiety disorder, stress, psoriasis and cancer.

We frequently organise MBSR seasonal courses at Jamyang Buddhist Centre. For further information, please feel free to get in touch with the course facilitator Jane Sill at [email protected]

Course Info

  • A certificate of attendance will be sent out to all participants upon course completion.
  • The course fee is £250, which includes all course materials.
  • Concessions are available, including a bursary place.
  • Drop-in sessions are all by donation.

To join the course, it is necessary to book the entire series ahead of time. To know more contact Jane directly at [email protected]

Chi Kung for Meditators

Wednesdays, 7 February – 23 April

18:30 – 20:00 at the Centre and Online

with William Walker

In this blog post, we explore the profound benefits of Chi Kung for meditators, and introduce an upcoming course that promises to deepen this connection.

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Please note your timely registration is crucial as we need a sufficient number of students to ensure the course’s viability.

Discover more about Meditation and Mindfulness with the following post of the series “Unveiling Meditation“.