- Short course in Lincoln on how to mange anxiety Click here for more information
- New meditation class started in Ruddington. Click here for more information.
- Book now for UKDC – more information here: http://www.ukdharma.org/
Peace in the Heart of Nottingham
Akshobya Kadampa Buddhist Centre provides a place of peace and tranquillity in the heart of Nottingham, where people can learn about Buddhism and meditation, or just chill out. We offer classes, retreats and courses that are suitable for everyone, from those who simply want to relax to those who wish to find lasting inner peace and happiness through following the Buddhist path.
A Living Buddhist Tradition
Akshobya Buddhist Centre is a member of the New Kadampa Tradition – International Kadampa Buddhist Union. The NKT – IKBU is a Mahayana Buddhist tradition, founded by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, which helps people from all walks of life develop peace and happiness through understanding and practising the teachings of Buddha. The worldwide Kadampa community is like a global spiritual family, offering support and encouragement to those wishing to engage in spiritual practice.
World Peace Café & Shop
Café opening hours: 11am – 3pm, Monday – Friday.
Situated in Akshobya Buddhist Centre is the beautiful World Peace Café. We serve delicious, vegetarian soup and curries, hot paninis and sandwiches with a choice of fillings. We also offer a selection of coffees, teas, cold drinks and cakes, including organic and fair trade varieties.
Unwind and meet people in the gentle and inspiring environment of the café, or sit outside on the terrace and enjoy the garden, a haven of peace in the heart of Nottingham.
You can also browse our shop for Buddha statues, books, cards, small gifts, and some health food items.
Tots and Carers - The cafe opens especially early for tots and their carers each Monday morning, 10am-12pm. Enjoy a coffee, cake and chat in a relaxed child-friendly atmosphere.
Akshobya Kadampa Buddhist Centre is a registered charity no. 1028414
Member of the New Kadampa Tradition – International Kadampa Buddhist Union