Retreats & Programme
2019 programme is listed below
Rooted in the the buddhist teachings, especially the Forest meditation tradition of Ajahn Chah, we are inspired by nature, inner and outer. We offer meditation and eco retreats with many ways to explore and open.
Our retreats are holistic, helping us to be present and connected in body and mind. Re-minding us of our intimate links with the natural world, they are nourished also by sustainable living.
Retreat Schedule 2019
Most of our retreats Are open to beginners as well as those more experienced in meditation - and to people from any background or spiritual inclination (not necessarily Buddhist). we are always LGBTQI friendly.
If you have a question or to book contact:
"If it isn't good let it die. If it doesn't die, make it good."
Retreats are offered in English or in French with translation on certain retreats
Also, rooted as we are in buddhist teachings, we are inspired by many different paths and invite participation from people of all faiths and spiritual leanings
Throughout the season
solitary practice: we can co- create a structure that works for you and for us, with more or less silence/ engagement
activity retreats for individuals: living and participating in the daily rhythm of life, including daily sittings and regular guided meditations. This year we wish to finish the renovation of the meditation hall and dining shelter. You are most welcome to come and give a hand from May to October, learning rustic and eco building skills, helping with the garden.
locals: you are welcome to come and join our morning and evening meditations. From May to October on Wednesdays we offer a guided meditation - you can also contact us about retreat days or weekends.
Scheduled guided retreats
Our retreats are silent apart from the activity retreats where there are times of speaking.
contemplative walking retreats
group activity retreats
TYPES OF RETREATS
Guided retreats are facilitated by Noon and Sumedha or by teachers who inspire and resonate with the vision of Ekuthuleni - especially nuns (and ex nuns) of the forest tradition and Sanghaseva in the last few years.