Whether you’re looking to find a little peace, enrich your life or find a meaningful spiritual path, you’ll find something here for you.

We are online and offer you an introduction to meditation through Wednesday evening sessions (7:30pm – 8:30pm) or sign up for our 6 week intro course for a more in-depth exploration of Buddhism and meditation.

Some people find their way into meditation via yoga or other body based practices. We offer Body Dharma (mindful yoga) classes that link bodywork and our meditation teaching. Suitable for both complete beginners and those looking to find ways to integrate these two areas of practice.

We’re keen to develop a culture of generosity so there is no charge for these sessions, but we’ll invite you to give what you can.

Body-Dharma (mindful yoga)

Join us for one of our classes integrating body-based practices with meditation. This gentle form of bodywork is appropriate for those with a range of experience and abilities.

Bristol Young Buddhists

If you’re aged 18 – 35 then come and meet other Buddhists or ‘Buddhist curious’ people around your age. Our main event is the first Friday of the month! We socials and meet ups in between.

Intro & Follow-on Courses

Uncover genuine ease, contentment and meaning in life through exploring profound yet simple teachings. Come together with others to learn, discuss and discover the means to uncover how to become the change you want to see. No experience of Buddhism or meditation required.

Meditation for Beginners

Awareness is Revolutionary! Join others in deepening your experience of life and equipping yourself with tools for life.

People of Colour

Sometimes it can be useful to practice in a context with people who have had similar experiences within society. If you’re a person of colour and this interests you then do take a look!

Bristol Buddhist Centre, 162 Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8NT
0117 924 9991

Triratna Buddhist Community in Bristol is a Registered Charity in England (900165).

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Our aim is to inspire a culture of generosity in the way we share Buddhist teachings. Therefore all our meditation and Buddhism activities are offered on a generosity basis – what you contribute is left to your generosity. You don't have to give anything if you don't want to or can't afford to, but we hope you'll be able to contribute appropriately so more people can benefit. To learn more see donate