https://www.samatha.org/what-we-offer/classes/hackneyBuddhist Meditation Classes In London
Samatha meditation has been taught and practiced in London for more than 40 years, and there are several groups currently meeting in various parts of London. Please see below for information on our beginners classes.
There are currently six Samatha meditation classes for beginners in the London area:
1 - Hackney
Details of each class can be found by clicking the link above or scrolling below.
The Hackney Samatha Class
The meetings start on Sunday 5th February 2-4pm and again on Sunday 19th February 2-4pm* at;
The Meeting Room
Dalston CLR James Library,
Any queries email Tina: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel : 077866 85468
The class runs on Tuesdays during University term time. The first class of the new term will be on January 24th at 7.30 for new beginners.
Individual and group instruction is given in Samatha meditation and in particular in mindfulness of breathing.
Complete beginners are very welcome – no previous experience is required.
You may wish to bring a cushion to sit on.
No charge is made for the teaching. Donations are welcome however to support and enable Samatha classes in London.
There is no need to book - feel free to just come along but if you have a particular query the organiser of the class can be contacted at email@example.com
University of Westminster
Cavendish Campus Room C1.02
115 New Cavendish Street
London W1W 6UW
Approximately 10 minutes walk or less from the following underground stations: Goodge Street, Warren St, Great Portland Street, Regents Park, Oxford Circus.
Meditation classes will be held every Sunday Ambedkar Centre,12 Featherstone Road,Southall,Middlesex
They will commence at 6.15pm ( please arrive shortly before) and be held weekly.
Classes will be free of charge but donations to cover room hire are welcome for further details contact Vijay: firstname.lastname@example.org
Samatha South - The Southern Centre
In recent years there has been an appeal and fund raising for a London Samtha centre. The project has now broadened to include the Oxford and Cambridge Sanghas, and it was agreed to look to purchase somewhere roughly equidistant between London, Oxford and Cambridge which could then become a centre for southern England.
For more information about Samatha South see the website: www.samathasouth.org.uk