Other Sangha Events
These events are for anyone in our sangha (community) or have done our Introductory Course. (If you’ve been coming along to our ‘newcomers‘ events for a few months, but can’t make it to an Introductory Course you are still welcome to join us!)
You will need to be familiar with Mindfulness of Breathing and Metta Bhavana meditation practices as they are generally unled, and some familiarity with basic Buddhist thought and teachings would be helpful.
Find out when our retreats, festivals and workshops are running. This list is for one off or special events. Regular events are on our What’s On page.
Bristol Young Buddhists
A monthly core event, as well as socials and meet ups. For those aged 35 and under.
A wider range of topics are covered. Hear about the Buddha’s teachings, learn to meditate and have a good old chat..
Going Deeper in Meditation
Explore the reaches of experience through meditation. A chance to shine a spotlight on your inner world and opportunities to discuss with others. For those with 3+ years’ experience of meditation within a Triratna context.
Meditation – Silent and Simple Practice Evenings
A meditation space for those in the Sangha (community) who can sit in meditation for 50mins (unled).
This accessible and adaptable yoga class is suitable for all levels. A great way to embody mindfulness.
Through sitting, standing and mindful movements, we learn how to align the body to promote a relaxed alert state, regulate and calm the mind, meet and let go of blockages to presence and connect with emptiness.
Sangha Meditation Class – Intermediate Level
Wednesday lunchtime class for the Sangha (community) / anyone who has done an Introductory Course.
Deepen your practice, explore the body, see the mind. Teaching and meditation followed by optional discussion.
Work as practice. Join us on Wednesdays from 3pm-5pm to work together and explore a different way of practising.
Inclusivity & Access
We are working to make our centre as welcoming as possible to everyone. It can also sometimes it can be useful to practice in a context with people who have had similar experiences within society. If you think this might apply to you… then do take a look!