Courses and events held in various locations outside of Gaia House – please click the link for more details:
(for group retreats at Gaia House, please visit our Retreat page)
Wednesday evenings, 7–8.45pm, starting 5th September 2018
with Gavin Milne
Insight Meditation and the practice of Loving-kindness invite us to open to all aspects of our lived experience with interest, kindness and steadiness, as a means for developing well-being, wisdom and compassion.
The meditation techniques offered on this course come from the Buddhist tradition, but can be practised by anyone. People of all faiths or none are welcome.
The course is suitable for beginners and those with previous experience.
Each class will include a period of guided meditation, a short talk and time for questions.
For more information and booking click here.
A two-year advanced course offered by Bodhi College, with teachers John Peacock, Christina Feldman, Stephen Batchelor and Akincano M. Weber.
The Committed Practitioners’ Programme is an integrated approach to the study and practice of the Dharma that is rooted in the Buddha’s teaching of the path to liberation.
It consists of six modules and two retreats.
Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy/Mindfulness-based Approaches.
Online resources from Gaia House teachers or from teachers within the Insight Meditation tradition as practised at Gaia House.
News and events from the wider Buddhist community.
Meditation Groups throughout the UK and beyond, often set up by people who have spent time at Gaia House.
Meditation days and retreats available from other centres and groups around the country.
Living Fearlessly with Change 2016
Exploring ageing, illness and death through Buddhist practice and service
This ten-month course has now finished. The course content is still available to be viewed and if you would like to register your interest in following a similar course in the future please contact firstname.lastname@example.org