About Glasgow Buddhist Centre

The Glasgow Buddhist Centre is a peaceful oasis in the middle of one of the city’s busiest streets. You are welcome to drop in to look around the centre. We are the Triratna Buddhist Community (formerly the FWBO), a worldwide movement that seeks to make the traditional teachings and practices of the Buddha available to the modern world.

Our classes are open to all.

Whether you come for a yoga or tai chi class or want to find out how the Buddhist approach to life can change yours for the better, we'll be pleased to see you.

We don't charge a fee for meditation or buddhism classes, as we wish to make them as widely accessible as possible. 

You can book for our courses online, or by phone, or by dropping in during our opening hours, shown below. Please note that we ask for a deposit when booking yoga, tai chi or Breathworks courses.

* Opening hours: Monday - Thursday 12pm - 5pm, closed Fridays*

Contact us at:
329 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3HW.
Tel: 0141 333 0524 / 0845 872 9971 (Local call rate)
email: gbc@glasgowbuddhistcentre.com

We are a registered charity: our buddhism and meditation classes are free and our bodywork & mindfulness courses offer a lower price for the unemployed, retired people, students and those on low income

You can find us on Sauchiehall Street (opposite the dental hospital) on the first floor with stairway access. The centre is on all on one level and is light and airy - quite a different feel to the bustle and noise of Sauchiehall Street. If you have a disability and would like to visit us or attend a course, please contact us to check our facilities.

Our bookshop is also open to the public during the above opening hours.


If you would like to make a contribution towards the running costs of the Centre, your donation will be most appreciated.