CHANGED TO ONLINE: Satipatthana Sutta Retreat

Exploring the Four Foundations of Mindfulness
This ONLINE Insight Meditation retreat will explore the Four Foundations of Mindfulness, as taught in the Satipatthana discourse given by the Buddha. 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.
Teacher(s): 
Christina Feldman - Chris Cullen
Language: 
English
Cost: 
€ 50 + dana
Starting date: 
zondag, 18 april, 2021
Starting time: 
19:00
End date: 
vrijdag, 23 april, 2021
City: 
ONLINE

More information and registration

Contact name: 
Signe Glahn
Organization: 
Bodhi College
This online retreat will be conducted via Zoom. After registration and payment, the participants will receive login details. This was originally a retreat on location (Barchem). If you had already registered for this retreat, you will receive an email from the Bodhu College administration about restitution of payment. This email will also inform you how to register for this online alternative.
This retreat is led by:
Christina Feldman
CHRISTINA FELDMAN is a co-founder of Gaia House and a guiding teacher at Insight Meditation Society, Barre, Massachussetts. The author of a number of books, she has been teaching insight meditation retreats internationally since 1976. She is one of the teaching faculty of the CPP programme, dedicated to the study and application of the early teachings of the Buddha and is engaged in teaching the Buddhist psychological foundations of mindfulness to those training to teach mindfulness-based applications in England, Belgium and the Netherlands. Her most recent book Mindfulness: Ancient Wisdom Meets Modern Psychology, written with Willem Kuyken, was published in the summer of 2019.
Chris Cullen
CHRIS CULLEN has practised and studied the Buddha's teachings since 1994 and has been teaching Insight Meditation retreats since 2010. He is also on the teaching team of the University of Oxford’s Mindfulness Centre, teaching Buddhist Psychology on the Masters course in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and running the mindfulness programme in the UK Parliament. He has a psychotherapy practice in Oxford.