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Community choir open to all

Our new community choir has just started. It meets weekly every Sunday from 5-7pm. No previous experience or musical training necessary, just a willingness to join in and sing! For more details about the choir and musical director Matt Bain see here.

Introduction to Mysore Yoga Self-Practice Workshop Saturday 18 April

A workshop introducing Mysore Self-Practice with Lauren Munday and Tom Norrington -Davis  Saturday 14 March  2.00-4.30pm

If you are interested in Ashtanga yoga or already practice Ashtanga yoga and would like to find out about the Mysore Self-Practice approach then come to this workshop to  have an experience of this approach. See here for more details. Or you could just come along between 7 and 9am one morning to try out a Mysore Self-Practice class.

New Qi Gong and Yoga drop-in classes

A lot of new yoga classes have just started in our studio as well as two Qi Gong classes. See here for our current programme of classes which now include weekday lunchtime classes, 5 low-cost community classes, many afternoon and evening yoga classes and  an early morning Mysore Ashtanga Self-Practice program .

Death Cafe

From 2.30-4 pm  on  March 28, and April 25 (last Saturday of the month)
At a Death Cafe people, often strangers, gather to eat cake, drink tea and discuss death.
Our objective is ‘to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives’.
A Death Cafe is a group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes. It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counselling session.
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Padmamati is a music producer and arts curator
He is co-host of the annual London Month of the Dead and a variety of arts and death related events

Young People’s Activities at WLBC

Newcomers – open to all, but specifically aimed at beginners
Going Deeper – for regulars, Mitras and those who have asked for ordination

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to-date information on all our events

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What is the Dharma, and what does it mean for people in London today, and should you care?

Discuss this and related topics and connect with the West London Buddhist Centre‘s young people’s group.Beginners welcome, with meditation teaching provided for those who want it (and just bells for those who don’t).

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Third Friday of the month: Sub35 Class.
The alternative Friday night! Meditation, discussion and connection. An evening of practice and exploration with time for hanging out after the class.

Everyone welcome, especially if it is your first time.
Suggested donation £6.