Reading – Tuesday evening meditation class 7.30 – 8.45pm

Suitable for everyone, these drop-in classes offer simple and practical methods to improve the quality of our lives and develop inner peace. Classes share advice from modern Buddhism, to help us solve our daily problems, let go of negative minds and find the lasting happiness we seek. This course will be based on the new book How to Transform Your Life by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso which is available as a free ebook.

Each class includes guided meditations, teachings and an opportunity to ask questions. Although taught as a series, each class is self-contained and can be attended individually.

Class dates 2017

September 5th – October 17th

More mindfulness, less stress

On this course we will look at the following subjects:

  • Introduction to meditation and mindfulness
  • How to train in mindfulness in meditation and during daily life
  • Mindfulness and the art of relaxation
  • Living a mindful way of life
  • Being in control of our emotions
  • Finding freedom from frustration
  • Constructive alternatives to irritation, impatience and resentment

October 31st – December 12th
Don’t worry, be happy

Teacher: Gen Nyingpo is an English Buddhist nun with over 20 year experience of teaching meditation.


Kadampa Meditation Centre Reading,
9 Bath Road, Reading,

Dates & Times

Our drop-in classes run throughout the year as short courses. You are welcome to come to any session or course.

Class dates 2017

September 5th – October 17th

More mindfulness, less stress

October 31st – December 12th
Don’t worry, be happy

Class times

Classes are 7.30-8.45pm. You are welcome to stay afterwards for tea, to ask questions or to browse our shop

Cost & booking

£7 per class | discount cards available at the class | free with Membership


We have a large car park to the front of the building


We have a bookshop selling meditation books and CDs. You are welcome to make purchases during the course. We accept cash and cheques.


Disable access is to the rear of the building. There are several steps leading to the meditation room and a stair lift is available. Please contact us in advance if you need disabled access.