Nagarjuna KMC Leicester

Nagarjuna Kadampa Meditation Centre (KMC) Leicester, exists to provide people in Leicester and the surrounding areas with the opportunity to learn how to meditate and practice the transformative teachings of the Buddha.

Everyone is welcome!

Some meditation techniques are based on the breath and aimed at relaxation while others can focus on increasing the clarity of our mind or improving our good heart.

Participate at any level and enjoy more inner peace, clarity, and a good heart.
From simple meditation techniques to the vast and profound path to enlightenment.

Resident Teacher

Our Resident Teacher at Nagarjuna KMC Leicester is Kadam Chris Heyes. He is a dedicated student of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso and has been studying and practising Kadampa Buddhism for over 27 years.

Kadam Chris is married with two children and shows by example how to integrate meditation into a busy family life. His teachings are always practical and easy to apply to everyday life.

Through his gentle and joyful approach and his peaceful example, he has helped many people find true happiness in their hearts. Kadam Chris is also a renowned Kadampa Buddhist artist.

Meditation, Mindfulness & Modern Buddhism Classes

World Peace Café Leicester

This vegetarian and vegan cafe opened in 2010. It is run solely by a team of international volunteers, which makes it an exceptional place to visit. Our Café offers a peaceful environment; it is quickly
becoming the place to meet in Leicester.

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New Kadampa Tradition

NKT-logo-smallTo provide a vehicle for promoting Kadampa Buddhism throughout the world, in 1991 Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso founded the New Kadampa Tradition, the International Kadampa Buddhist Union (NKT-IKBU).

It is an international association of study and meditation centers that follow the pure tradition of Mahayana Buddhism derived from the Buddhist meditators and scholars Atisha and Je Tsongkhapa and introduced into the West by the Buddhist Teacher Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.

‘Everyone is welcome’ are the watchwords of Modern Kadampa Buddhism.

Whether you are a Buddhist or not, you will definitely find something in the teachings and practices of Modern Kadampa Buddhism that will help you find inner peace, solve your everyday problems, and improve your relationships with others.

We are a registered non-profit charity organisation (number 1039957)

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NOTICE - Temporary changes to our schedule from 3rd October
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