Local meditation groups

What are local groups?

Many of us benefit by having the chance to meditate with others. By joining a group that meets regularly, we meet with like-minded people and are more likely to sustain our practice.

We can enjoy guided meditations, and enjoy, sitting and walking meditations, share a cup of tea and benefit from sharing our experiences of the practice.
Some local groups meet in each other’s houses, some in a more public space.

Locating your nearest group

On the map below you can zoom in to find a group near you.  Click on the coloured spot and contact info will show.  Please contact them for more details of their meetings and activities.

(NB: The locations given on this map are approximate. Please use the address given on the sangha’s entry or check with the sangha exactly where a meeting is taking place.)

Searching by postcode

  • Click the ‘View larger map’ icon in the top right corner of the map.  The map changes to the whole world!
  • Then click the search magnifying glass next to ‘Practice Communites’ and type your postcode  and ‘UK’ in the space. (eg B34 9PW UK)
  • The map centres on your postcode.
  • Zoom out to find your nearest sangha.

Find groups in the UK and throughout the world.

Search the International listings

To find UK sanghas choose ‘United Kingdom’ and the town.

If you have difficulties getting the contact details from the map, this way is easier, (once you know the town!)

Use this form to tell us about changes to the details we have for you on the map below.

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Telephone, Skype and online sanghas

  • Skype Sangha  Contact: Nick nbrown.mimic@btinternet.com   +44 7717 626360
  • Deep Listening, telephone sangha, Contact: telesangha@gmail.com
  • Plumline, supporting online practice

Start your own group

If there isn’t a group in your area maybe you’d like to start one – it only takes two people to meet and meditate.  You can find further information on starting and developing your Sangha here..