Regular meditation classes
Note that in July, August and September, our class schedule has a number of amendments. Check it out by clicking the button below.
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Step out of your daily grind and into our beautiful meditation space to experience a serene and inspiring escape from your busy life. Find the inner peace that comes from expertly guided group meditations. The meditation classes are held twice each week in the sedate 18th century Georgian Drawing Room of the Grade II listed Beckenham Place Mansion which has a panoramic view of 237 acres of carefully tended gardens, lawns and flowers.
The Mansion is a decorate and graceful space that sits in natural stillness, offering an inspiring and ideal place to practice mindfulness and meditation without distraction. You will feel better, happier and more relaxed from visiting our pleasant retreat designed to bring calm, comfort and quiet.
Click here for a 3D tour of our meditation space
Beckenham Place Park is being recovered for the wider community with £4.9M of Lottery funding. We are fortunate to have access to such a perfect location which enables a connection to the stillness and serenity of nature into our meditation experience in such a graceful way.
We are surrounded by transport links with four stations less than twenty minutes walk away, many buses and free parking directly outside the building. See below for details.
The Mansion has a cafe which is the centre of the growing community so we can easily continue our regular social meetups that are such a key part of the Bromley Mindfulness meditation and mindfulness community.
The sessions are zero-commitment, no need to book, regular classes where you can just turn up as it suits you in what must be one of the best locations possible for a calming and relaxing meditation and mindfulness experience.
The Mansion, originally the home of the Cator family, was built in 1760 and has been signifcantly remodelled over time. It is a Grade II listed building and is built in the Palladian style.
We are booked generally for the Drawing Room, also known as the East Room though in certain circumstances, we will locate in either the Dining Room or other rooms.
Gallery (swipe or click the arrows to view)
Facilities and Social
The Drawing Room and the Dining Room have disabled access. If you are disabled, please contact us before attending to ensure that we are using one of these rooms as from time to time we may be asked to use other rooms at the venue.
There is free parking just outside the mansion.
There is a cafe at the back of the mansion. It is open from 9am to 3pm weekdays and 9am to 4pm on weekends.
The Mansion is the home of a thriving community of artists, craftsmen, designers and wellbeing practitioners. There is a yoga studio on site with a full programme of activities. See the links below for details.
The Drawing Room in The Mansion, Beckenham Place Park, off of Beckenham Hill Road, BR3 1SY.
Note that sessions at both venues are subject to changes. Please contact us to confirm the days or visit our Facebook Events page. Details below.
Click here to visit our Facebook events page which has details of the next classes.
||10am to 11am
||11 am to 12 am (from November 8th)
|Pass – 4 sessions
||£34 (£8.50 per session)
|Pass – 8 sessions
||£56 (£7 per session)
|Concessions for the unwaged
||Pay whatever you can afford
There is free parking directly outside The Mansion.
The Mansion is situated between four stations:
- Beckenham Hill (ten minute walk)
- Beckenham Junction (fifteen minute walk)
- Ravensbourne (twenty minutes walk, almost all of which is through the park)
- New Beckenham (twenty minutes walk)
The 54 bus passes the Mansion and numerous bus routes pass nearby.
Tramlink trams stop at Beckenham Junction which is a fifteen minute walk.
Times from the origin station to the Mansion.
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||Beckenham Hill Road Stop W
External Links offering information on Beckenham Place Park
The Mansion (click here)
Friends of Beckenham Place Park (click here)
Lewisham Council’s Masterplan for Beckenham Place Park (click here)