MEDITATION

& GROUPS

ALL CLASSES ARE NOW ONLINE, STREAMING LIVE WITH ZOOM APP

 

Mondays & Thursdays

7.30 pm - 9 pm

Guided meditations & Dharma share

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/484874042?pwd=bmJSRTEzN2dMZlJMU3pidlRRWFBMdz09

 

Thursdays 10.30 am - 11.30 am

Qigong & Restorative Yoga

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/897059151?pwd=bnYyRWIzNDdJZ1gxS1R2NnBLRjVzZz09

Last Saturday of each Month 7.30 pm - 9.15 pm

Dance Liberation, conscious dance

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/176862247?pwd=VHBudlU3T01WcTVMSDQ3R0VNaDhXdz09

Sundays 10 am - 11.30 am

Sangha Sisters Sharing Circle

email Nicky for private link code:  tonboonsanghasister@gmail.com

HOW TO GET THE ZOOM APP FOR OUR LIVE CLASSES

 

Download online from 'zoom.us' and select 'Zoom Client for Meetings' or from the app store as 'Zoom Cloud Meetings'

Once you have the app, find your sitting spot and test your signal by playing something on You Tube - if this works, then Zoom app should work.

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONNECT TO LIVE CLASSES
 

When your ready to join a class, come here and click the appropriate link and follow the instructions.

(Join up to 15 minutes early, so we all have time to settle in and iron out any connection problems)

Once you've clicked this link, enter your name, then you'll arrive into the group. 

Be patient while the sound and picture connects.


 

SUPPORT OUR SERVICES WITH DONATIONS
 

If you would like to support our classes and help keep our Dharma activities alive, then please contribute via one of the options.

 

We suggest a donation of £5, or whatever you can afford.

Even the smallest amount is gratefully appreciated.

Donate via online banking, this is preferable.

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Donate via Paypal: paypal.me/TonBoonDharma

Mondays & Thursdays

7.30 pm - 9 pm

Beginners Meditation with Chris Nuttall

This group includes guided meditation and is suitable for newcomers and or the more advanced practitioner. Typically we practice calming and insight meditations, along with heart abiding practices and qi gong. Basic Buddhist philosophy and theory is covered. 

Our 'Sangha' or 'community of meditation practitioners' are a friendly bunch, and our centre is a good place to cultivate positive friendships and receive constructive support. Through your efforts, and with this support, you can start to heal those areas of your life that are causing you suffering, leading to a more fulfilling, healthy and happy life.

We run monthly 24 hour 'Urban retreats' at the centre and 'Forest retreats' in local woodlands, email Chris for more details.

Monday Evenings

5.30 pm - 7 pm - CLASS POSTPONED

Mahayana group with Graham Lever

This class is with The Bradford on Avon Tibetan Sangha Group.

It is a chance to sit, study and share.

Graham has many years experience as a teacher of religious studies and Buddhist philosophy.

He has been a Buddhist practitioner and Dharma teacher for many years.

If you want to delve deeper into the Buddha's teachings and practices, then this class is for you.

Teachings in the Tibetan and Zen traditions are be covered.

Sunday mornings

10 am - 11.30 am

Woman's group with Nicky Elliott & Julia Cole

Our Sisterhood is a sacred gathering, coming together to lift spirits, find our light and shine.  

Our circle is here to create a space that encourages introspection and investigation, leading the way to a deeper understanding of purpose and belonging!

Wherever we are in our practice, advanced or just beginning , it can be very helpful to have support and community.

We hope you can come and join us to explore meditation, listen to one another's experiences and share what is in our hearts!

In our coming together, the strength of sisterhood can enrich our lives, opening the door to deep and nourishing friendships and a collective healing .

email Nicky directly at: tonboonsanghasister@gmail.com

What to bring? and what's the cost!

Chairs, mats and cushions are provided, but you are welcome to bring along any preferred seating.

All our Dharma activities are a suggested donation of £5 waged / £3 unwaged.

Many people find these groups extremely beneficial. It gives us the confidence and motivation to make the changes we need to lead a more fulfilling and balanced life.

For more information email Chris at: tonboontrust@gmail.com​

or Nicky & Julia at: tonboonsanghasister@gmail.com for the Sangha Sisters Group

Retreats & visits to our forest monasteries and retreat centres

We very much encourage our practitioners and friends to go and visit the other Thai Forest Buddhist Centres around the country. These places are well established and have been running as functioning monasteries and retreat centres for many years. They provide the perfect environment to take a break from the business and stresses of life and find some well-being and healing. You can gain much insight and peace through the practice of meditation, receiving compassionate spiritual support and top-notch guidance from these world renowned Ajahns (teachers).

All 4 centres are located in beautiful countryside where good fresh air and great walks can be experienced also.

These places are always beneficial and a delight to visit!

Please visit their websites for further details and inspiration.

Amaravati, Hemel Hampstead (retreats & staying as guest)  http://www.amaravati.org/

Cittaviveka, Chithurst (staying as guest)  http://cittaviveka.org/

Hartridge, Honiton (staying as guest)  http://hartridge.weebly.com/

 Aruna Ratanagiri. Harnham, Belsay (retreats & staying as guest) https://ratanagiri.org.uk/

Teaching

We invite monks from Amaravati, Cittaviveka and Hartridge Buddhist monasteries to teach here at our centre.  Keep an eye on the "Workshops & retreats" page or get added to our emailing list for updates on these events

Library
We have a great selection of books from a range of all Buddhist traditions in our library. You can take them home for a suitable period, this is based on  a trust system. Speak to Chris

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Updates by Chris Nuttall