Retreat in Australia

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Date(s): Apr. 18, 2014 - Apr. 20, 2014
Language: English

St Joseph’s Conference Centre

Joyfully Together

A Mindfulness Retreat in Plum Village Tradition
lead by Brother Phap Hai and Tuy Niem together with the sisters from Stream Entering Meditation Center.


Br. Phap Hai


Br. Tuy Niem

Brother Phap Hai is an Australian born Dharma Teacher who has lectured, led retreats and hosted days of mindfulness all over the world. He is currently based in the United States. He is known for his ability to share complex teachings in an accessible and humorous manner.

Brother Tuy Niem
grew up in Sydney and found the Plum Village tradition in 2007. After discovering the teachings of Thay, he split his time between supporting a small Sangha in Sydney and visiting Plum Village in France. In 2011 he returned to Plum Village to ordain.

Arrival & Registration 10.00am Friday 18th.
The retreat will end at 3.00 pm on Sunday 20th.
Registration for the retreat is online at

Cost of full retreat: ADULT $220 (DOM) $190 (TENT)
Children (5-12 y.o) $150 (DOM) $120 (TENT)
Costs for 1 or 2 days attendance will be provided upon request.

Tu Dang (English & Vietnamese) 0410 041 876
Gerard Lee (English) 0402 421 866
Khanh Doan (English & Vietnamese) 0411 311 474
email: LBSRetreats[at]gmail[dot]com


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