Day Courses and Half Day Courses at Amitabha KMC

These courses are suitable for everyone, for those beginning meditation and for those already familiar with meditation.Kelsang Lamchen

It’s a great way to take time out and relax and to learn how to practically apply meditation to our daily lives 

All courses are taught by experienced meditation teachers and include guided meditations, talks and a chance for questions

Day courses are taught by the Resident Teacher of Amitabha KMC, Kelsang Lamchen.
She will explain and expand on particular topics of Buddhist meditation, drawing from texts and offering further insights from her own experience of daily practice.

There is a suggested donation of £12 for Half Day Courses, £22 for Day Courses (which includes a light vegetarian lunch), and £30 for Blessing Empowerments (also including lunch); however no-one is turned away due to lack of funds.

Most of the Day Courses are from 10:30am to 3:30pm with regular breaks for refreshments and lunch. Please do book in advance so we can prepare enough lunch!
Half Day Courses are three hours long with breaks for refreshments.

For further information please email: 

New Years Eve / New Years Day Events

How to let go & go with the flow

Day Course with Kelsang Lamchen

Date:  New Years Eve. Tuesday 31st December

Time:  10:30am to 3:30pm

Being at peace with the impermanent nature of the people and things around us, including ourself, allows us to let go of the past and create a happier, lighter future.

There is a suggested donation of £22 (which includes a light vegetarian lunch).

Tara Chanting.

New Years Eve (Tuesday) and New Years Day (Wednesday)

Every 4 hours from 6pm on 31st Dec.

Attend any or all of these chanted meditation sessions, each one lasting about an hour. Tara is a very popular healing Buddha renowned for her compassionate wisdom. She is our spiritual mother. Through this practice we can come under her loving care.
Session times:   31st Dec.  6pm, 10pm,           Ist Jan.  2am,  6am, 10am, 2pm.

No need to book and no cost.

Avalokiteshvara Chanting

New Years Eve night.

Avalokiteshvara is the Buddha of compassion. Through this practice we can improve our own compassion and achieve a deeper sense of inner peace and happiness.
Also enjoy singing his mantra (om mani padme hum) as the clock strikes midnight and 2020.

11.30pm (New years eve)  to  12.15am (New years day)

No need to book and no cost.

And enjoy great company and the usual seasonal treats such as mince pies and tea between chanting sessions.
Some basic accommodation might be available too. If required please email