Meditation & mindfulness courses in Cambridge

Discover the power of meditation and mindfulness. Learn how to reduce depression, anxiety, worry, stress and tension. And how to increase self-esteem, confidence, and inner good qualities. Meditation and mindfulness helps us to relax, find inner peace and be happier. Mental and physical well-being is improved as well as gaining a more positive outlook on life and better relationships.

Half-day retreat workshop

Saturday 28 April, ​10.30am-1.00pm

Teacher: Buddhist nun Kelsang Rak-ma

Treat yourself to a morning away from it all with this light and inspiring course. Enjoy meditations, guided by a western Buddhist nun and experienced meditation teacher, designed to bring about an experience of peace and well-being from within. 

Everyone is welcome to attend and no experience of meditation is needed. The courses comprise two one-hour sessions with a coffee/tea break with a chance to ask questions and browse our book shop.

£20 for workshop

Pre-booking is required.

Beginning and making progress in meditation and mindfulness

3-week special course – Free with Centre Membership  

Wednesday May 2 ¦ 9 ¦ 16

6.00-6.45pm

Teacher: Sara Molyneux

This practical course covers the basics of meditation including preparation for meditation, posture, breathing, positive thinking and concentration. We experiment with tried and tested methods to make our mind peaceful and then learn how to apply them to our everyday life. No experience necessary, beginners warmly welcome.

£5 per session.

No need to book – just come along.

Cost & Booking

The cost is £20 per person, please book in advance using the form

Free with Centre Membership  

We regret we are unable to give refunds for cancellations within 24 hours of the event.


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About meditation

The purpose of meditation is to make our mind calm and peaceful. If our mind is peaceful we shall be free from worries and mental discomfort, and so we shall experience true happiness. By training in meditation we can gradually learn to stay peaceful all the time, even in the most difficult circumstances.

If we practice meditation we will experience a calm, spacious feeling in the mind, and many of our usual problems will fall away. Difficult situations will become easier to deal with, we will naturally feel warm and well disposed towards other people, and our relationships with others will gradually improve.