2019 Class Dates at Amitabha KMC        Branch classes may have different dates.

Term 1:  6 weeks
Monday 14 January – Sunday 3 March 
Term 2:  7 weeks 
Monday 18 March – Sunday 12 May
Term 3:  6 weeks
Monday 3 June  – Sunday 21 July
Term 4:  4 weeks
Monday 19 August – Sunday 22 September 
Term 5:  7 weeks
Monday 14 October – Sunday 8 December

Evening Classes: 

Each class consists of guided meditations, a talk, and an opportunity to ask questions.  There is no need to book, just drop in to any class. Everyone is welcome     

Mondays 7 – 8:00pm    

Basics of Buddhist Meditation

with Kelsang Lamchen

Simple guided meditations and practical teachings for increasing inner peace, reducing stress, improving relationships and finding meaning in life.

Dates;   See top of page

The suggested donation for this class is £7

Tuesdays 7:30 – 8.30pm    Duncan Maybury

Full of Potential

with Mandy Wright

In these classes we shall learn a few simple meditations and techniques that are accessible to all and are known to enhance our happiness, peace and sense of well-being.

Dates;   See top of page

The suggested donation for this class is £7

Wednesdays 7:00 – 8:00pm       Mandy Wright

Pathways of Peace

with Duncan Maybury

A short and light class, exploring how improving our concentration allows us to develop deep familiarity in meditation with positive, peaceful minds; whilst mindfulness allows us to stay with these minds without distraction, and remember them in our daily experiences.

Dates;   See top of page

The suggested donation for this class is £7

Thursdays 8:00 – 9:00pm 

March 21 – April 11

The Buddhist Path to Happiness – The Four Noble Truths 

With Kelsang Lamchen
The Sutra of the Four Noble Truths is one of Buddha’s most famous teachings and is the very essence of Buddhism.  It reveals the root of our problems and the path to freedom and happiness. 
Each week we will explore each truth and learn how to practically apply these instructions into our daily life to get to the root of our problems and bring about a stable, lasting peace. Anyone can benefit from any aspect of these peaceful and thought provoking teachings.
Kelsang Lamchen is the resident teacher at Amitabha KMC and has been studying Kadampa Buddhism for over 18 years. She has a wealth of meditation and mindfulness experience and presents Buddha’s teachings in a clear and practical way making them easy to integrate into daily life.

The suggested donation for this class it is £7. 

For all the above classes we suggest a donation of £7 per class or buy a Amitabha KMC Class Card – £22 for any 4 classes 

No one is turned away through lack of funds

Lunchtime Classes    

Come and unwind with these short but beneficial meditation classes. No need to book. Just turn up.

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Mondays 12:30pm   
Simply Meditate – with Phill Pollintine
30 minutes. Relax and be still with an experience of inner peace.
We suggest a donation of £3

Tuesdays 12:30pm  
Meditation for World Peace – with Mandy Wright
30 minutes. A guided meditation developing a sincere wish to cherish others. Using the books Transform Your Life or Eight Steps to Happiness.

Wednesdays 12:30pm  
Full of Potential – with Mandy Wright
30 minutes. Learn how to connect with the potential of our mind for deep inner peace and joy.
We suggest a donation of £3

Thursdays 12:30pm
Simply Meditate – with Sheena Teeder
30 minutes. Relax and be still with an experience of inner peace. This is an opportunity each week to learn and practice breathing meditation. 
We suggest a donation of £3

Fridays 12:30pm  
Meditations for a Happy Mind – with Natalie Franco
45 minutes. This lunchtime class includes a short teaching and meditation on various Buddhist topics, with an emphasis on generating happiness from within and putting basic Buddhist teachings into practice. Beginners and more experienced meditators welcome.
We suggest a donation of £3