Below is a list of upcoming retreats and other events. Some are regular events and you will see the next session below. At the bottom of the page you can view details of past Teacher-led retreats.
Tuesday evening sitting group
Please note we have replaced our meetings at the Quaker Meeting House with an online Tuesday sitting group. Please see our Supporting our Sangha Online page for further details and the Zoom link.
Self-led day retreats
Please note that our monthly Self-led Retreats now meet online using the Zoom platform. For further information of this month’s retreat including the Zoom link please visit our Supporting our Sangha online page.
The power and art of slowing down with Ramiro Ortega
In this silent retreat day, we will explore the potential of slowing down. In a world and time that praise quickness and busyness, we need more than ever to develop the capacity to pause and slow down, instead of letting ourselves being “carried away” Cont…..
Past retreats - 2017
Deepening Mindfulness Practice
A day retreat that explores and deepens the practice of mindfulness meditation, taking as its starting point the practices offered on the 8-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) courses.
A Day with Suvaco
Suvaco is a former Buddhist monk and a passionate advocate for embodying life in all of its forms. He lives in the South West UK where he works as a psychotherapist and Tai Qi teacher.
Chris Cullen – Cool Head, Warm Heart
The Buddha’s teachings provide practical and trustworthy ways of deepening both Equanimity and Compassion. During this day we will look at some ways to practise and actualise these potentials both in meditation and in daily life. Chris Cullen trained to teach Insight Meditation with Christina Feldman, and did Community Dharma Leader training at Spirit Rock. … Continued
A Day with Jaya Rudgard
A retreat day centred around the qualities of wise resolve and balanced effort, and how we can practise these to support a life that honours our deepest aspirations. The day will include periods of sitting and walking meditation, dharma reflections and time for questions and discussion.