Lam Rim (Wilts. & Glos.) Buddhists have been established in and around Corsham for 20 years offering free classes and teachings on how to meditate and take the practice into everyday life.  We offer four classes a week in Corsham for meditation, discussion, puja and study, as well as regular visits and teachings from Geshe Lobsang Thinley.

Phone us for venue details  01249 715152

Saturdays 5pm till 6:30pm  

note: please check here or phone us before attending in case of cancellation.

A shortened version of the Tara Puja is followed by Geshe-la’s teachings on the Lam Rim, based on the sutras that the Buddha taught.
Geshe-la (Lobsang Thinley) studied in the Gelukpa tradition of Tibetan Buddhism (dating back to 14th Century).  He gained a high degree as Doctor of Philosophy (Lharampa Geshe) at the Drepung Monastic University in South India.  This tradition practices a specific, systematic path to enlightenment – freedom from suffering – a lofty goal.  But the practices are presented here on Saturdays to ponder, digest and discuss how to use Tibetan 14th Century tools in a modern Western environment!
Geshe Thinley is known well for his contagious light-hearted cheerfulness.

All Welcome.

MEDITATION SESSIONS.   Drop-in classes, open to all

Thursdays 7:30pm till 9:00pm

These sessions are facilitated by different people each week with a variety of techniques to aid relaxation and apply the principles of meditation.  We share gentle Tai Chi movements and breathing meditations with contemplation and discussions, along with the joy of sitting with others and sharing our understanding of the practices.

Monday and Saturday morning sessions

Mondays: 9:30am to 10:30.

Saturdays: 10:00 to 11:00. 

All classes are offered free of charge.  Any donations received will help to cover costs.

Special Event  –  Losar   (Tibetan New Year – year of the Earth Dog)

Sunday 18th February – 11:30 till 4pm

At The Kathmandu Restaurant, Colston Tower, Colston Street, Bristol, BS1 4XE

Food is provided.

Phone 07792 250108 for details

Organised by Avon Buddhists – Bristol.