Drolma Centre Thursday Evening 7 – 8.15pm


Peaceful Mind for a Peaceful World

March 12 – Stillness

March 19 – Contentment

March 26 – Patience

April 2 – Love

Further dates are below

We all wish for peace – within our life, within our family and within an increasingly troubled world. By adopting meditation techniques, we can learn to grow our own inner peace and share it with others. Join Buddhist nun and experienced meditator Kelsang Rak-ma to explore how to really make a difference – by working with our mind.

Suitable for everyone, these classes focus on how to meditate and use Buddhist understanding to solve our daily problems. They give a practical introduction to meditation and include topics such as the benefits of meditation, good posture, types of meditation and how to start a daily meditation practice. Advice is also given on how to remain peaceful in daily life by applying the meditation techniques explained in these classes.

These courses also run on Wednesday Lunchtimes and on Thursday lunchtimes at Stamford Arts Centre.

Class Fees


Drop into any class.

Everyone is welcome. Perfect for beginners.

Concessionary rates are available for all our weekly classes – please ask us for information.

Free with Centre Membership

Class Format

Guided meditation

Teaching – practical advice for our daily lives

Guided meditation based on the teaching

You are welcome to join us afterwards for refreshments and to ask questions

Suitable for all levels – perfect for beginners

Further Weekly Classes & Titles

The Power of Positive Thinking
April 23, 30  ¦  May 7, 14 

Life can be overwhelming at times for all of us, leading to feelings of anxiety, frustration or depression. In these classes, lead by Buddhist nun and experienced meditator Kelsang Rak-ma, we can learn how to gradually change our outlook from negative to positive by using the tried and trusted technique of meditation.

Don’t Worry, Be Happy
June 4, 11, 18  ¦  July 2, July 9

Our deepest wish is for a truly happy and meaningful life. Find out how we can develop familiarity with ways of thinking that let us ditch the worry and cultivate deeper and deeper peace and happiness from within. With  Buddhist nun and experienced meditator Kelsang Rak-ma.


With Resident Teacher Kelsang Rak-ma

Venue and Parking

Drolma Centre
260 Dogsthorpe Road

No special clothing is required with chairs and cushions provided for your comfort

Free parking on the drive

No parking in Woodbyth Road or Southlands Avenue please. If you have mobility difficulties please let us know in advance and we will make arrangements to help