Rewild your mind

Rewild your mind

at Barracks Lane Community Garden

Drop-in any Tuesday in August to meditate outside with us at Barracks Lane Community Garden

Each evening will be different, including full instruction in an ancient Buddhist meditation practice, hanging out with other meditators, and getting a chance to ask questions.

All our classes are run on a donation basis.  Please consider donating via the donations page.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to book?

It's a drop-in class so feel free to join on the evening itself. If it's your first time, you might want to arrive at 6.15pm or so to get settled in.

How much does it cost?

We run all our events by donation, so give as much as you like.

What should I wear?

It depends on the weather! Though, as the evenings can get cool quite quickly, best to err on the side of warm, loose-fitting, and comfortable.

What do I need to bring?

We'll be sitting on the grassy area at the bottom of the garden - so if you want to sit on the floor, you should bring a firm cushion or stool, a picnic rug or equivalent to go on the ground, and anything else you need to stay warm. Chairs will be available.

Is it also on Zoom?

No, though we expect to resume our online aspect in the autumn.

Do I need to know how to meditate already?

No, everything will be explained as we go along.

What happens if it rains?

In the event of rain, we'll move the session indoors to the cabin.

Is this right for me?

Our activities are not suitable for everyone. Buddhism and meditation bring us face-to-face with deep questions about our lives, which can sometimes be uncomfortable. If you’re in any doubt about whether now’s the right time for you to come along, email us at

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