‘Overcoming Anxiety with Meditation’

This course on Saturday, 19th January is now fully booked but there are places available for Sunday, 27th January.

- to book for Sunday, 27th January please click here

overcoming anxiety

Course description:

When Anxiety arises it threatens to overwhelm us. Meditation gives us the mental space we need to retain control and develop stability. In time we become more relaxed, confident and comfortable in our own skin. This course will provide practical, real life meditative tools for taking back control from anxiety.

About our courses:

​Guided by experienced meditation teachers, our courses include guided meditations, teaching, Q&A and the opportunity for relaxed and informal conversation in the comfortable and friendly surrounds of our dedicated meditation space and cafe. Hundreds of people just like you come to our classes and courses every month to enjoy the peaceful, supportive atmosphere and practical guidance that makes a real difference to every day life.

Course structure:

10am - first session / 11:15am - refreshments / 11:45am - second session / 1pm - lunch

The Teacher For This Course: 

Kelsang Khechog

The principal teacher at Jangchub Ling is Kelsang Khechog. Khechog was ordained in 2006 by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. After studying for a number of years on the Teacher Training Programme at the internationally renowned Tara Kadampa Meditation Centre near Derby, Khechog was appointed as the Resident Teacher of JLC in September 2009. Known for his considerate and thoughtful nature, Khechog presents Buddha’s teachings with clarity, showing how to connect these beautiful methods with the realities of modern daily life.

Facility fee:

​£12 (£7 unwaged) for the whole course, or £6 (£3.50 unwaged) per session.

Lunch:

We have a limited number of places available for lunch and these have now all been taken but there are places for the course without lunch still available.

This course is now fully booked but there are spaces left for this same course on Sunday, 27th January.