Come and join us for courses and classes in Meditation and Buddhism, as well as Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Tai Chi and Yoga.

Buddhism

Buddhism

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Buddhism is a set of tools for making life more meaningful. Through developing awareness and compassion you can see life differently and become a force for good in the world.

Meditation

Meditation

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 We teach two meditations: the Mindfulness of Breathing, and the ‘Metta Bhavana’, for developing kindness and compassion. Get started: Classes and courses: Monday and Thurday evenings and some lunchtimes. Come along and experience the value of meditation for yourself.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness

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Mindfulness is a way of paying attention to our experience which helps to free us from the cycles of reactivity, so as to make our life more pleasant and meaningful.

Sangha

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The Cambridge Buddhist Centre is part of a local community of practising Buddhists who are part of the international Triratna Buddhist Community.

Tai Chi

Tai Chi

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Tai chi is an ancient art of health giving exercises and flowing movements that make us feel more grounded, relaxed and energised.

Yoga

Yoga

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Yoga is a discipline of both body and mind that helps you to relax and energise.

Latest News

Ratnaghosha

Ceremony to mark Ratnaghosha stepping down as Chair

On 9th July, a large gathering celebrated Ratnaghosha to mark his stepping down as Centre Chairman. Our new President, Jnanavaca, was present, as were the 'Triumvirate' of Arthasiddhi, Vidyasakhi and Viryajyoti who are jointly taking on the mantle.

You can view photographs of this lovely occasion HERE.

Ordination of Anantamati and Sarvajit

We are very pleased to announce that we now have two new Order Members from the Cambridge Sangha.

Jan Osborne, who is currently on her three month ordination course, has been given the name Anantamati which means 'she who has a boundless or infinite mind or intelligence; she who has a sky-like mind' and John Turner, currently on his four month ordination course, has been given the name Sarvajit which means 'he who is all-conquering, all-surpassing'. Come to welcome them both back on 30 July - more... Read More

Trust me, I'm a Doctor Tai Chi

Tai Chi is as good for you as vigorous exercise

The BBC's 'Trust me, I'm a doctor' set out to discover whether Tai Chi is as good for you as vigorous exercise. They ran a series of tests on present Michael Mosley as well as two test groups, one of which did zumba and the other Tai Chi.

View this three minute clip.

"As might be expected, our Zumba group were all fitter after 12 weeks. Their blood vessels were more elastic and their blood pressure had dropped. Their blood results improved in line with people undertaking an exercise regime.

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