Aro Ling Cardiff
meets at 5 Court Close, Whitchurch,
Cardiff CF14 1JR
Ground floor meditation room with disabled access.
Phone: 07092 010756


Weekly Events:
Meditation Group Tuesdays 19:00 – 20:30 (£3 donation)

Monthly Events on the first weekend of the month:
10:00 – 16:00 Teaching Day with Ngakma Nor’dzin & Ngakpa ‘ö-Dzin, on a topic of Vajrayana Buddhism (as advertised – all welcome) £25 donation requested

10:00 – 11:00 Meditation, chant & yogic song (all welcome) £3 donation requested
11:30 – 12:00  Jong Dar (all welcome) £3 donation requested

Meditation, chant and yogic song  – beginners and experienced meditators welcome. Short periods of meditation are interspersed with yogic song and chant. Discover emptiness and self-awareness. £3 donation requested.

Teaching Days encompass teachings on Vajrayana Buddhism, practice in everyday life, and living as honourable people with humour and warmth. Some events include Vajrayana craft activities. Morning tea break included. Please bring a packed lunch.  A donation of £25 is requested.

Jong Dar is a term that covers all the physical practices of the Aro Tradition of Vajrayana Buddhism. Each class is 1 hour. The session includes Ying’khor, sKu-mNyé, walking meditation, and standing meditation. The 25 Ying ’khor exercises involve subtle movement in a standing position. Some include visualisation of coloured light energy synchronised with the breath. A few involve sound as vocalised syllables. sKu-mNyé (pronounced ‘Kum-nye’) in the Aro tradition is a system of 111 repetitive physical exercises which massage the spatial nerves of the subtle, energetic body – giving rise to extraordinary sensations. In these unusual sensations it is possible to find the presence of non-dual awareness—rigpa—momentary enlightenment. It offers a range of movements, from simple and gentle to demanding and vigorous – so there is something for everyone. All are welcome whatever age or level of fitness. A wonderful form of exercise that is refreshing and invigorating.

The Aro gTér is a Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhist tradition concerned with transforming our experience of everyday being. We aim to engender cheerful courage, perceptive consideration, graciousness, sincere determination, creativity, natural gallantry, and spaciousness. Our teachers are not monks or nuns, but rather ordained Tantrikas who live quite ordinary lives. Aro gTér teachings come to us from a lineage of enlightened women, including a female Tantric Buddha, Yeshé Tsogyel, and the visionary Lama, Aro Lingma. The Vajrayana path is suited to those who use their everyday circumstances as the path to realisation and who appreciate humour.