Living Well to Die Well (One Year Course)

7:00pm 07 July 2023 - 3:00pm 09 July 2023

Cost: £165.00

Venue: Samye Ling

2023 Samye Ling Living Well to Die Well Mindfulness Course with Heather Regan-Addis and Jacky Seery

This course is run by the Mindfulness Association and hosted at Samye Ling.  Please note this is one weekend within a one year long course.  The cost for the whole course is £330.00 which is payable in six monthly instalments of £55.00 (i.e. for the weekend and the six online sessions).

Alternatively it is possible to attend just the weekend only in which case the fee is £165. 

To book a place on the course please visit the course description on the Mindfulness Association website by clicking here.

PLEASE NOTE: You must stay onsite in Samye Ling for this course.

Once you have booked your place on the course, to book accommodation please email Please include your postal address and telephone number, as well as your preferred room type.

For information about the types of room available, please see the Tariffs page on this website.

Course Fee (for the complete one year course): £330.00 payable in six monthly instalments of £55.00. For the weekend only: £165.

Times: The weekend begins at 19.00pm on Friday evening and ends at 15.00pm on Sunday afternoon.

Location: This weekend takes place in Samye Ling (near Lockerbie).

Following the weekend, there are six bi-monthly Monday/Tuesday evening (from 19:00-21:00) online sessions over the course of the year, the dates are

Monday 4th September 2023

Monday 6th November 2023

Monday 8th January 2024

Tuesday 5th March 2024

Tuesday 30th April 2024

Tuesday 2nd July 2024

Tariff and Charges Guest Info
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