Meditation / Drop-in Classes

Beginners Drop-In

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday lunchtime

12.15 – 1.15 pm
£5 / £4 concs.

Saturday lunchtime - Note new starting time from Jan 2020

1.00 - 2.00pm

£5 / £4 concs.

Wednesday evening (until end Dec 2019 only)

No beginners drop in from Jan 2020


Suitable for people with no previous experience. No need to book.

Going Deeper Drop-in Classes

This series of classes is aimed both at people who have completed our introductory courses and wish to develop their practice, as well as at more seasoned meditators.

You can sign up for the course to benefit from the progressive teaching week on week. Have a look at our meditation courses page for more information.

Otherwise, feel free to attend as drop-in sessions:

£7/£6 per session
Wednesday evenings

7.00 - 9.00pm

Drop-In Buddhism and Meditation for Regulars

At her class on Fridays, Vajragupta talks about the Dharma for half an hour or so, invites you to take the teachings into a meditation, and then allows time to elaborate on the themes over tea and biscuits afterwards. Suitable for anyone familiar with our two meditation practices.

Friday lunchtime
12.15 – 1.15pm
£5 / £4


ongoing classes

University of East Anglia

Mondays 1.05 – 2 pm at the Chaplaincy in the Multi Faith Centre.
drop-in meditation sessions
open to all students and staff


every Monday during term time

run by Alokadhara, UEA Buddhist Chaplain

Meditation Morning for Beginners

Sat 14 Mar
10am – 12pm noon

Come and explore a morning of meditation and begin what can be one of life's biggest adventures. The session will introduce the two meditation practices taught within Triratna: the Mindfulness of Breathing, and the Metta Bhavana, or cultivation of loving kindness. This event is suitable for complete beginners.

Led by Dayapanna

No need to book, just turn up before 10am

£7 / £5


Meditation Morning for Beginners

Sat 16 May
10am – 12pm noon

Come and explore a morning of meditation and begin what can be one of life's biggest adventures. The session will introduce the two meditation practices taught within Triratna: the Mindfulness of Breathing, and the Metta Bhavana, or cultivation of loving kindness. Time for questions and discussion will be included.This event is suitable for complete beginners.

Led by Karunachitta

No need to book, just turn up before 10am

£7 / £5