I want to create an environment of enquiry and exploration of our bodies and of our being, one that can both support and deepen our felt sense of connection with ourselves. With an approach that is rooted in the Satipattana system of mindfulness taught by the Buddha Sakyamuni around 500 BCE and permeated with the Buddha’s teaching on metta (kindly benevolence) we can build some essential tools to work with the difficulties of life.
Tuesday evening drop in class, 6pm to 7pm, text or message Kshantika 07592456613 to come
The Nottingham Buddhist Centre is at 9 St Mary’s Place, Nottingham NG1 1PH, next to the new Lace Market Square (between the Lace Market tram stop and the New College Nottingham Adams Building). The map below shows our location.
St Mary’s Place can be accessed via the pedestrianised Adams Walk leading to Lace Market Square (at the junction of Fletcher Gate and Warser Gate, by the tram stop) or from St Mary’s Gate, by the rear entrance to the Adams Building.
The nearest (paid) car parks are Fletcher Gate and Stoney Street. On-street (metered) parking is available on some streets in the lace market. On-street parking is free from 8.00pm - check the information on the meters.
Access to the Buddhist Centre:
Public access is by the partly glazed double doors (under the hanging sign) – on the right as you face the building. If you have not arranged a visit, please check the website or telephone for opening times.