Universal Weekends

These courses do not use buddhist terminology or philosophical ideas, instead focusing on  non-religious tools which can help develop happiness, kindness, compassion and more in your everyday life. You therefore do not need to be Buddhist or interested in Buddhism to attend.

Please be aware retreats might be cancelled up to two weeks prior to the event due to lack of numbers or other reasons so please keep this in mind when booking transport.

With Wendy Ridley: 8th & 9th February Places Available

16 Guidelines for a Happy Life (16G) are workshops and tools based on a set of values that aim to encourage positive qualities in your life. They help you to change how you think, how you act, how you relate to others and how you find meaning.

With Lou Beaumont: 28th & 29th March Places Available

This weekend aims to help you get in touch with your subtle energy through the basic practice of pranayama breathing exercise & gentle qigong movement.


Various Leaders: 10th-13th April Places Available

This is a chance for your family to spend precious time together while exploring ideas to develop positive thoughts and attitudes both within your family dynamic and beyond.


With Roy Sutherwood: 18th & 19th April Places Available

Meditation helps us become aware of our thoughts, empowering us to have greater control creating a sense of space and calm. Come and join us at the welcoming, supportive, safe and peaceful Land of Joy to help develop a happier, kinder and more compassion approach to life.


With Shan Tate: 6th & 7th June Places Available

This weekend will explore how to develop our own inner strengths by learning how to embrace our pasts and take control of our future through relying on our inner wisdom. Becoming more comfortable in our own skin enables us to be more comfortable with others.