Kensington City Meditation Space

27 Earls Court Rd, London W8 6ED

Kensington Meditation Space

Kensington Lunchtime Meditations


FREE for Silver, Gold and Platinum Members

KMC London will be closed 24th-30th May

Kadampa Meditation Centre London will be closed for our International Kadampa Spring Festival.
There will be no daytime classes on Thursday 23 May and a break from all classes from Friday 24 May – Thursday 30 May.
Kensington classes will resume with our Public Talk on Friday 31 May. Morden weekly classes will resume after our Post Festival Retreat on Tuesday 4 June.

Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays | 1.15pm-1.45pm

Take 30 minutes to journey within! Each lunchtime class consists of two guided meditations, and a short explanation of how to keep a peaceful mind in daily life. The class will help you relax, reset and recharge. No previous experience required, drop in at any time!



linda teacher photoMondays & Wednesdays
Linda Wrigglesworth
is a student on the Foundation Programme at KMC London and has been studying and teaching Kadampa Buddhism for many years. She is known for her ability to convey Buddha’s teachings with warmth, clarity and humour, and for her example as a modern Kadampa Buddhist who integrates Buddha’s teachings into her daily life.

Drolkar White Meditation LondonTuesdays
Kelsang Drolkar
has been a Kadampa Buddhist nun for over 30 years. She is on the Teacher Training Programme at KMC London, with many years of experience teaching in Ireland and the UK. She is known for ability to clearly explain Buddha’s teachings, and how they can be applied to our daily life.


Sarah Kneafsey
has been studying and teaching Buddhist meditation for many years and has engaged in many meditation retreats and events throughout the UK and internationally.  She presents the teachings in a practical and skilful way making them easy to apply in daily life.

What it's like at our classes...

Quick facts for newcomers...

What is Meditation?

  • Purpose: Cultivate positive states of mind for peace and well-being.
  • Happiness source: Lies in the mind, not external conditions.
  • Benefits: Reduces stress, anxiety, promotes physical and mental well-being.

Accessible class format

  • Non-sectarian, non-judgmental, and universal.
  • Simple methods to tackle stress and anxiety in modern daily life.

Flexible sitting arrangements

  • Option to sit on a chair or bring a cushion for the floor.

No religious affiliation necessary

  • Not required; accessible to everyone.

Open to all experience levels

  • Beginners welcome; teachings designed to be simple yet profound.

Interaction during classes optional

  • No requirement to speak in front of a group.
  • Questions are welcome.

No physical exercise necessary

  • Focus is on meditation – no yoga or physical exercises.

What to Bring

  • No specific requirements; some find it useful to bring a notepad and pen.

Simple dress code

  • No special requirements; comfortable clothing suggested.

Join a class anytime

  • Classes are self-contained; drop in whenever you can, no need to wait for the next course.

No advanced booking necessary

Everyone is welcome!

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