Events & Tours with Plum Village Monastics

In the Spring and Autumn, Plum Village monastics go out in small groups (or with Thich Nhat Hanh in larger delegations) to lead public events, retreats and days of mindfulness, either in Europe or further afield. These events are usually organised by local sanghas practising in the Plum Village tradition. They are an opportunity to experience the collective energy of a monastic-led mindfulness retreat, especially for those who cannot make it all the way to Plum Village.

Below is a list of upcoming events and tours, with information about how you can find out more.

May 2016

DateEvent
May 30, 2016 until
Jun 03, 2016

Language:
English

phap ung stourbridge 2015 (1)
UK Family Retreat
Experience the miracle of mindfulness on this retreat guided by Plum Village monastics. May 30th - 3rd June, near Birmingham, England. Open to all ages and experience levels.

Aug 2016

DateEvent
Aug 08, 2016 until
Aug 13, 2016

Language:
German / English

eiab buddha
German Retreat (with kids program)
Plum Village monks and nuns will be in Germany at our European Institute of Applied Buddhism to lead this retreat for Dutch speakers (and English speakers) of all ages. There will be a full program for children (6+), teenagers, and young adults. In addition to the practice of sitting meditation, walking meditation, mindful eating, working, singing and hiking, this retreat will offer us an opportunity to make friends with ourselves and develop a positive relationship with ourself and others.
Aug 15, 2016 until
Aug 20, 2016

Language:
English / Dutch

EIAB tai chi
Dutch Retreat (with kids program)
Plum Village monks and nuns will be in Germany at our European Institute of Applied Buddhism to lead this retreat for Dutch speakers (and English speakers) of all ages. There will be a full program for children (6+), teenagers, and young adults. In addition to the practice of sitting meditation, walking meditation, mindful eating, working, singing and hiking, this retreat will offer us an opportunity to look deeply into our suffering so that we can learn how to transform it into peace and joy.

Retreats outside Plum Village