What To Expect At A Class
Suitable For Everyone - Everyone is welcome
Weekly classes, suitable for everyone, are an ideal opportunity to get some space in our week to relax, refresh and improve our inner peace. The classes include a talk and guided meditations (all in the comfort of a chair) helping us discover the highly practical benefits of Buddhist meditation. We will discover through our own experience that by applying the instructions we can keep a more peaceful, positive and relaxed mind in daily life.
Some Key Points
Attending A Class For The First Time
The best place to start is with any of our drop-in short course classes at KMC Plymouth or our branches across Devon and Cornwall. You don't need any previous experience or knowledge and you are very welcome to come along at anytime.
You can simply turn up at a class if you choose, but you can save to up 40% by booking on-line in advance and purchasing a course ticket.
On-line payments are via PayPal but you do not need to have a PayPal account - simply select the option to pay with a Credit or Debit Card rather than log into PayPal. Payments on the door for all venues are currently by cash only.
Have a look at our FAQ's on this page for further information or read our full FAQ's HERE
If you have any specific questions not on our FAQ's you can contact us by email HERE
Frequently Asked Questions
You can also find further FAQs on our dedicated page HERE
DO I Have to be a buddhist or become one to attend your classes?
Do I need to have any experience?
No. Everyone is welcome, including beginners. All you need is the wish to improve yourself and the quality of your life.
Do we Sit on the floor or do any exercises?
No, we sit on chairs during the class and there are no physical exercises. On occasions at KMC Plymouth (not our branch classes), it may be possible for those who wish to sit in the traditional posture on the floor to do so, but depending on numbers attending the class we cannot guarantee this.
Do I need to wear anything in particular?
No special clothing is required, come as you are.
Should I bring anything with me?
No, just yourself! Some people find a note book and pen useful to make a note of anything they find helpful during the teaching part of the class.
DO i need to book or in advance or can I just turn up?
You can save up to 40% by booking in advance by buying a Course Ticket, so you may wish to choose that option. However, you can simply turn up and purchase a drop-in ticket if you prefer.
Can I start a class anytime or do i need to wait for the next course to start?
You can start coming to classes at anytime. If you've missed the start of a course, its not a problem as the classes are self-contained with a common theme and you'll still gain benefit.