Retreats & Workshops

Daylong Meditation Retreat

St. Joseph’s Hospice, London, ON
Sunday October 29, 2017
9:00-4:00 pm

 

Our theme this year is Compassion. The retreat will include sitting, walking, silent and guided meditations. You will be supported with meditation instructions, dharma talk, discussion and gentle chair yoga. This retreat is suitable for meditators with some experience.

Please bring your own lunch and wear suitable clothing for walking meditation outdoors.

PDF Link: 2017 London Daylong

Pre-Registration Required:
Your $20 pre- registration fee supports St. Joseph’s Hospice. The teacher will be accepting Dana (donations) at the end of the retreat to support the continuation of the teachings and her travel expenses.
Dianne Paquette, 519-657-1585, dipaquette@sympatico.ca

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Intimacy & Inquiry: A Day of Meditation

RiverSound Retreat, Fergus
Saturday November 4, 2017
10:00 – 5:30

This day of mindfulness practice will be held in silence and is designed for both beginners and those with more meditation experience. Your practice will be supported with instructions, guided and silent meditation, alternating periods of sitting and walking meditation, dharma talks, and mindful eating. This retreat will cultivate the quality of investigation and deepening our capacity to be intimate with the present moment as it is.

Dress appropriately for some periods of walking meditation outside. Bring your own vegetarian lunch, dishes, cutlery, mugs provided.

Pre-registration $25.00 + hst covers studio, travel and administrative costs.

The teachers will be accepting Dana (donations) at the end of the retreat to support the continuation of the teachings.

PDF Link: Daylong with Sister Ocean(2)


Opening to How Things Are
Residential Meditation Retreat

Loyola House, Guelph ON
November 16 – 19, 2017

Taking refuge in silence on this weekend Insight Meditation retreat can deepen our practice by helping us open to knowing how things are through direct experience. The three characteristics of existence will be explored: the impermanence of all things, unsatisfactoriness, and the interdependence of all beings. Designed for returners and new practitioners who wish to engage in these core teachings that the Buddha taught as gateways to freedom.

This retreat includes meditation instructions and dharma talks as well as guided, sitting and walking meditations. There will be small group meetings, and the retreat will be supported with daily yoga sessions.

Information and Registration through True North Insight