What we're about

Sakya Buddhism & Meditation Bath is here for people interested in learning about meditation and Buddhism. We've been running classes since 2006 and currently hold a regular programme of meditation classes. Everyone is welcome to come along and no prior experience is necessary. The group is linked to the Sakya Buddhist Centre, Bristol’s oldest Tibetan Buddhist centre.

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Keys to Buddhist Wisdom

Needs a location

Bath Sakya Buddhist Group is restarting the Tuesday evening sessions as from Tues 23 August, where we will start with a new cycle of talks about the Buddhist path, so we look forward to seeing you then.

Meditation will be practiced before and after each talk, which is fully explained for newcomers, and there is time at the end for discussion and any questions you may have.

Sessions start at 8, please arrive a few minutes earlier to settle in.

All are welcome. No need to book. Suggested donation £5 / £3
at the Museum of Bath at Work, Julian Road, BA1 2RH

Email: bath@dechen.org

For more information about our group, our centre, our teachers and our tradition please visit www.sakyabristol.org/bath/

Keys to Buddhist Wisdom

Needs a location

Bath Sakya Buddhist Group is restarting the Tuesday evening sessions as from Tues 23 August, where we will start with a new cycle of talks about the Buddhist path, so we look forward to seeing you then.

Meditation will be practiced before and after each talk, which is fully explained for newcomers, and there is time at the end for discussion and any questions you may have.

Sessions start at 8, please arrive a few minutes earlier to settle in.

All are welcome. No need to book. Suggested donation £5 / £3
at the Museum of Bath at Work, Julian Road, BA1 2RH

Email: bath@dechen.org

For more information about our group, our centre, our teachers and our tradition please visit www.sakyabristol.org/bath/

Keys to Buddhist Wisdom

Needs a location

Bath Sakya Buddhist Group is restarting the Tuesday evening sessions as from Tues 23 August, where we will start with a new cycle of talks about the Buddhist path, so we look forward to seeing you then.

Meditation will be practiced before and after each talk, which is fully explained for newcomers, and there is time at the end for discussion and any questions you may have.

Sessions start at 8, please arrive a few minutes earlier to settle in.

All are welcome. No need to book. Suggested donation £5 / £3
at the Museum of Bath at Work, Julian Road, BA1 2RH

Email: bath@dechen.org

For more information about our group, our centre, our teachers and our tradition please visit www.sakyabristol.org/bath/

Keys to Buddhist Wisdom

Needs a location

Bath Sakya Buddhist Group is restarting the Tuesday evening sessions as from Tues 23 August, where we will start with a new cycle of talks about the Buddhist path, so we look forward to seeing you then.

Meditation will be practiced before and after each talk, which is fully explained for newcomers, and there is time at the end for discussion and any questions you may have.

Sessions start at 8, please arrive a few minutes earlier to settle in.

All are welcome. No need to book. Suggested donation £5 / £3
at the Museum of Bath at Work, Julian Road, BA1 2RH

Email: bath@dechen.org

For more information about our group, our centre, our teachers and our tradition please visit www.sakyabristol.org/bath/

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