Sheffield Buddhist Centre is the hub of a thriving, friendly community of practising Buddhists, housed in a large listed building set in about 2 acres of garden.

The Centre is run by members of the Triratna Buddhist Order, who teach and practice a non-sectarian style of Buddhism, suitable for people living in the contemporary Western world.

We run regular classes for newcomers to Buddhism and meditation, as well as a packed programme of other classes, events, retreats, festivals and study seminars for those with more experience.

information on newcomers classes

We also host yoga and tai-chi classes — our bright and airy “Great Hall” with underfloor heating is ideal for bodywork as well as meditation.

The Centre is in Commonside, between Crookesmoor and Walkley — see the map on this page, or have a look at the location page if you want to find us. To get in touch go the contact page.

What is Buddhism? See the Buddhism & Meditation. How do I learn to meditate and get involved? Go to the Newcomers page. Interested in yoga or tai chi? Look at Ashtanga Yoga, Hatha Yoga or Tai Chi.