Dublin Buddhist Centre: Learn Buddhism Meditation and Yoga

Dublin Buddhist Centre

The Dublin Buddhist Centre is part of a world-wide community of Buddhist centres called the Triratna Buddhist Community. We are a not-for-profit charity, and have been helping people to learn about Buddhism, meditation and yoga in Dublin since 1990.

Buddhism is a path of practise and spiritual development leading to a liberating insight into the true nature of life. It enables people to fulfill their deepest potential, and to develop the qualities of Wisdom and Compassion.

Our meditation courses look at ways of developing both mindfulness and loving-kindness. These meditation techniques are simple but effective practices drawn from the Buddhist tradition, suitable for anyone to learn and do. Our meditation courses and events are accessible and suitable for everyone, and are lead by members of the Triratna Buddhist Order.

We also offer yoga courses and classes, which will have positive effects on your mind as well as your body. Yoga is a highly effective tool to help calm the mind and body and alleviate stress, leaving you more relaxed and content.



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You can also purchase gift vouchers from us.

If you wish to speak to someone in the Centre please phone (01) 817 8933,
Monday – Friday, 12.30pm – 2pm and 3pm – 6pm. You can also drop in
during these times or you can contact us online.

See a map for how to find us.


Learn Buddhism, Meditation and Yoga classes and courses in the Dublin Buddhist Centre

Young Buddhists Event – The Bliss of Metta

Saturday 11th February 2023
Young Buddhists Event – The Bliss of Metta
A seminar morning for people under 30 exploring the Buddha's teaching on the importance of metta (loving-kindness, friendliness or goodwill) on the spiritual path, how to cultivate it, and how it can take you beyond all fear to complete freedom.

Not About Being Good - Exploring Buddhist Ethics

Tuesday 21st February 2023
Not About Being Good - Exploring Buddhist Ethics
How do we live well in a troubled world? How should we act and behave? This course will be exploring these questions as part of Buddhist Ethics.

Introduction to Meditation Course [Online]

Wednesday 22nd February 2023
Introduction to Meditation Course [Online]
Mindfulness and loving-kindness meditation course - learn to meditate with experienced teachers. Learn to be calmer and more energised.

The Taste of Freedom - Buddhism Course

Wednesday 22nd February 2023
The Taste of Freedom - Buddhism Course
A six-week practical online course in freeing ourselves from what binds us

Introduction to Meditation Course

Thursday 23rd February 2023
Introduction to Meditation Course
Mindfulness and loving-kindness meditation course - learn to meditate with experienced teachers. Learn to be calmer and more energised.

Yoga and Meditation Day

Sunday 26th February 2023
Yoga and Meditation Day
Suitable for all levels as well as those new to yoga and meditation. They are an opportunity to reconnect with your meditation or yoga practice if it has slipped, or serve as a great way to try out these practices if you haven't done them before.

Young Buddhists Event

Saturday 11th March 2023
Young Buddhists Event
A seminar morning for people under 30 exploring the Buddha's teachings, led by Jyotika.

Introduction to Meditation Day

Sunday 12th March 2023
Introduction to Meditation Day
A day retreat introducing mindfulness and loving-kindness meditation practices. An excellent introduction to meditation for anyone who cannot commit to a five week course, as well as being ideal for someone who wants to restart their meditation practice, or simply wants to enjoy a day of meditation.

Young Buddhists Event

Saturday 1st April 2023
Young Buddhists Event
A seminar morning for people under 30 exploring the Buddha's teachings, led by Vajrashura

Yoga and Meditation Day

Sunday 16th April 2023
Yoga and Meditation Day
Suitable for all levels as well as those new to yoga and meditation. They are an opportunity to reconnect with your meditation or yoga practice if it has slipped, or serve as a great way to try out these practices if you haven't done them before.

Yoga Courses start every five weeks, with classes all throughout the week

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