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I've been going to the Buddhist centre for a year and a half every week. I first went to Buddhism one and it was great for a introduction to Buddhism. Talking about Buddhism basics and meditation. Then started going to Buddhism two and really loved...More
After discussing meditation with a friend she recommended the buddist centre. I said i wasn't really into religion but she said it didn;t matter to just go.They have rooms just to try out meditation techniques. Friendly people in the centre and a really peaceful vibe.
Whether or not you're a Buddhist, or even if you're not spiritual, you cannot fail to feel a real sense of calm when you walk into this building. It's as if someone had sucked all the particles of external stress energy from every fabric of...More
This is a very relaxing and friendly, welcoming place to visit. They have so many different events and a great bookshop, including second hand books at decent prices. There is also a great vegetarian and vegan restaurant. Well located. Nothing to complain about at all.
A friend and I dropped in here whilst wandering through the Northern Quarter.....it's ok. Cute shop, nice atmosphere and clean. Nobody really seemed to say hello? It seemed like the kind of place that you have to know a bit about (or someone!) before you...More
I have visited the centre a few times - in the past I had joined a 6-weeks meditation course for beginners but gave up after two lessons as I just couldn't cope with the noise inside of the building. I thought I would give the...More
Somewhat surprising to find a Buddhist Centre in town. Manchester has a large Chinese population so that may account for this centre. The centre is just one block away from the huge Arndale shopping centre, yet the atmosphere is calm and serene. Tucked away in...More
Manchester Buddhist Centre relaxes you just by walking through the door. The relaxing calm penetrates every bone.
When you enter there is a reception manned with helpful volunteers. Details of courses, events and taster sessions are available here, along with other literature about Buddhism and...More