Join us at the start of the new year of 2019 with a 5-day retreat with colleagues from different European Countries. The retreat offers an opportunity to meditate together in a sangha of mindfulness teachers and to network on the closing day.
Jake Dartington is the guiding teacher. He has practiced Buddhist medit ation since 1995 and completed a three-year teacher training with Christina Feldman, the co-founder of Gaia House in Devon. He began to teach retreats and meditation courses in 2007. Jake teaches with organizations including Gaia House, Bodhi College, London Insight, Nottingham University, Nottinghamshire NHS Trust, and the Mindfulness Network. He has also trained with Bangor University’s Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice and teaches eight-week mindfulness courses for the general public. A former college teacher, Jake has Masters degrees in Philosophy and Buddhist Studies.
The retreat will take place in Hof Oberlethe in Oldenburg, Germany, a convenient and very pleasant retreat venue. Starting on Jan. 2 in the late afternoon and ending Sunday Jan. 7 at noon. This 5-day period accommodates the requirements of many professional mindfulness associations in Europe. This retreat welcomes teachers of mindfulness and those in training to become teachers.
At this moment registration is not yet possible. We will notify you as soon as registration starts.
Giedre Zalyte, Irma Hesselmans, Marjan Abadie & Lot Heijke
EAMBA retreat organisation
The ICM will be held July 10-13 2018 in the historic city of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, under the scientific lead of professors Susan Bögels and Anne Speckens of the University of Amsterdam and the Radboud University Medical Center Nijmegen.
The conference will bring together progress in mindfulness research in the domains of medicine, education, organizations, and developmental, clinical and neuropsychology. The theme of the ICM is “science from within”, as scientific progress in mindfulness is supported by a deep investigation of the process of mindfulness meditation within ourselves and the people we study.
We aspire the ICM to be wide-ranging and inclusive, and hope that it will reflect diversity in nationalities, ethnicity, and perspectives, welcoming research contributions from across the world and from different traditions. Finally, this ICM will connect mindfulness to literature, music, dance and film events during and around the conference, offering a mixture of activities to enjoy while staying in Amsterdam for the ICM 2018.
More information, prices and registration: