We teach meditation courses in London in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition to people from anywhere in the world and from all walks of life.
Additionally, we also offer a diverse and engaging programme to learn about Buddhism in a way that is both completely authentic and fully meets the needs of men and women in modern times.
Students can apply different aspects of these teachings to their lives in ways that bring inner development and benefit to others – and without necessarily having to think of themselves as ‘Buddhist’. At the same time, the teachings can be followed as a lifetime path of study and practice.
Rigpa UK has been holding meditation courses in London since 1970, and for the last 20 years we have been located at 330 Caledonian Road – just 5 minutes from Kings Cross.
Meditation is the way to bring us back to ourselves, where we can really experience and taste our full being, beyond all habitual patterns.
Whether you are new to meditation, or a seasoned practioner, we offer a variety of ways to explore and deepen your understanding.Learn more >
Why not come along to one of the following free drop-in sessions in London?
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Rigpa offers access to the wisdom and compassion of the Buddhist teachings as openly and as widely as possible, to be of service to people everywhere, of any background or faith.
We offer a full public programme which explores authentic meditation practices, methods for cultivating compassion and support for living with illness.
We can apply different aspects of these teachings to our lives in ways that bring inner development and benefit to others - and without necessarily having to think of ourselves as ‘Buddhist’. At the same time, the teachings can be followed as a lifetime path of study and practice.See London Calendar >
Led by experienced meditators, this course offers a complete introduction to meditation and shows how it can unlock our natural confidence, compassion and creativity.
Students will gain a genuine experience of meditation and all the tools they need to take the benefits into every aspect of their life.
In some way we are all suffering—be it from pain, loss, frustration, dissatisfaction, or an unfulfilled desire for happiness.
In the course students are introduced to a complete picture of what compassion is, why it might be beneficial to us and others, and how to train in a more wholesome way of being.