We have moved all our meditation groups online due to the Covid-19 situation.
You can read our community response here.
Our classes currently run every Tuesday 7-8pm UK time. You can tune in and meditate with others, from your community here in Southsea and from all over the world each week, from the comfort of your home.
Community is a verb…and this is how we practice.
Offering support and refuge in community during difficult times.
The Art of Love: Undoing Patriarchy and Unveiling the Sacred Masculine
A Daylong Meditation Retreat for Men and Masculine Identified Folks with Daniel Sutton-Johanson (assisted by Lee Deveraux)
Online Sat 28th Nov 7.30pm – Sun 29th Nov 5.30pm
Subscribe on the right to receive the registration details to join.
At Southsea Sangha, we aspire to always nurture community and connection and strive to be a community which reflects the rich diversity of the island city in which we live. We are committed to creating a truly inclusive Sangha. We welcome people from all social identities, including all ethnicities, classes, sexual orientations, gender identities, ages, abilities and cultures.
Going Against The Stream
Southsea Sangha is a peer led, open access, urban Buddhist meditation community which supports those willing to expand their contemplative fitness and walk this radical path of engaged transformation.
We offer a safe and supportive space for the practice of mindful awareness, called Insight or Vipassana meditation. Our timetable includes weekly sitting groups, day long retreats, sangha socials, support groups and training workshops, which focus on integrating meditation teachings and practice into
Come See, Come Meditate!
“Ehipassiko” is a Pali word used to describe the investigative nature of Buddhism. Discouraging blind faith alone, the Buddha encouraged those to “come and see” his teachings for themselves, to come to their own conclusion, not his.
Come explore our community, and this radical meditative discipline of compassion, mindfulness, wisdom, kindness, generosity and humility in going against our habitual, conditioned tendencies, going against the stream.
You don’t need to be Buddhist to meditate or to just come hang with us at Sangha!