Last updated: 15th May 2022


Free introductory courses are held regularly and consist of three half-day workshops held on alternate Sundays 10.30am – 1pm (N.B. these are in-person meetings, not online). Please see the Activities page for brief details or here for a full synopsis of the course.  A ‘Mudras & Pranayama’ workshop is also held occasionally, either in-person or via Zoom; this is not for beginners and only open to those who have previously attended an initial course.

BOOKINGS for courses:  please email, specify which course you are interested in and provide your full name. You will receive a confirmation by email which will include Joining Instructions with course-specific information.

Please note that booking a course involves a commitment to three Sunday mornings on alternate weeks.

Course identifierDates (all Sundays 10.30am - 1pm)
Dhyana Yoga course 2/22
@ Theosophical Society
[15th &] 29th May, & 12th June
Course now in progress...
Email to book a

Returning students wishing to attend the whole course as a refresher or just re-do one particular module should email Alan Perry or discuss in person.


Regular sessions are taking place on the Zoom platform as detailed below, open to all Centre members and current students. (All times are London BST).

Future sessions on ZoomDate & time (duration approx. 1 hour)
Dhyana practiceTuesday 17th May @ 7pm
Open ForumFriday 20th May @ 7pm
Extended practiceSunday 22nd May @ 10am
Dhyana practiceTuesday 24th May @ 7pm
Extended practiceFriday 27th May @ 7pm
[No Zoom session][Course @ TS: Sunday 29th May]
Click link to join meetings


These classes at 50 Gloucester Place have temporarily ceased but it is intended that they will resume when circumstances allow.

Event typeDate
[Not currently in operation]
Members/current students onlyBooking not required


Please see the OM Healing page.  [NOT CURRENTLY IN OPERATION]

MEDITATION RETREATS: occasional Sundays 12 – 6pm

One day silent meditation retreats are held at the Theosophical Society’s premises in central London three times a year (New Year, Easter and late summer). Intended for DC members, associates and current students only, these retreats are not open to the general public. If you wish to attend but have not previously been to one of these retreats, please consult with the Centre by email.

Future retreats will be held on…

            [none planned at present]



Free of charge: the Dhyana Centre is run as a community service and all its activities are free of charge. It is funded entirely by voluntary donations from its members and students, and attendees are invited to contribute according to their means.