Satipatthana Sutta Retreat

Seven days exploration of the Four Foundations of Mindfulness

SIM is happy to announce a special retreat which is run in collaboration with Bodhi College (United Kingdom). This Insight Meditation retreat will explore the Four Foundations of Mindfulness, as taught in the Satipatthana discourse given by the Buddha.

John Peacock and Jake Dartington
Double room: €520. Please note that we have reserved a limited number of single rooms for people with medical needs, for more details please contact our coordinator.
Starting date: 
zondag, 19 april, 2020
Starting time: 
16.00 uur
End date: 
vrijdag, 24 april, 2020
Building or Centre: 
Huize Elizabeth
Gravenallee 11
ZIP code: 
7591 PE

More information and registration

Contact name: 
Signe Glahn
Bodhi College

The Four Foundations of Mindfulness is a profound teaching that encourages us to place the path of freedom and compassion in the classroom of our lives, nurturing a heart that is receptive and unshakeable. Each day will offer a sustained schedule of formal meditation practice (both Insight and Metta), meetings with the teachers, talks and instructions, all within an underlying environment of silence.

For further details and registration please visit the webpage on as mentioned above.

This retreat is led by:
John Peacock

JOHN PEACOCK is both an academic and a Buddhist practitioner of nearly fifty years. Trained initially in the Tibetan Gelugpa tradition in India, he subsequently spent time in Sri Lanka studying Theravada. After doing a doctorate in philosophy, he taught Buddhist and Western philosophy and then Buddhist Studies at the University of Bristol. He went on to be Associate Director of the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, co-direct the Master of Studies programme in MBCT(Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy) at Oxford University, and teach Buddhist psychology on the same course. John is now retired from academia and continues to teach meditation, as he has done for more than thirty-five years.

Jake Dartington

JAKE DARTINGTON has practised Buddhist meditation since 1995. After training as a Dharma teacher with Christina Feldman, he started teaching in 2007. He has a background in Philosophy and Buddhist Studies and has trained as a teacher of MBSR/MBCT. Jake lives in Nottingham where he teaches mindfulness and Insight Meditation.