The Quiet View invites you to experience peace of heart in the Garden of Kent

A Centre for Contemplative Spirituality, the Quiet View is rooted in Christianity but welcomes people of all faiths or none. In an area of outstanding natural beauty, the garden is approximately 2 acres in east Kent, surrounded by rolling countryside.
It has been designed to provide secluded quiet ‘rooms’ for stillness and reflection and people in need of spiritual refreshment are invited to book a retreat individually or as a group. There is a variety of indoor spaces too, including a large yurt that boasts a log-burning stove that provides warmth and cosiness on cold or wet days.
Book a space to follow your own programme or join in our Programme of Events.

Simple Ways to Happiness

An afternoon of teachings and relaxation with a Buddhist nun -Emma Slade – Ani Pema Deki - THIS SUNDAY 4h December 2pm – 5pm. Emma is an inspiring and experienced speaker. She has taught yoga and meditation for fifteen years and became a Buddhist nun in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan in 2012 where she welcomed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2015. Her aim is to bridge East and West for the benefit of all. A donation of £20 is invited for her charity Opening Your Heart to Bhutan which helps disadvantaged children in rural areas of Bhutan. Please book.

Taiji Qigong

A new class of Taiji Qigong has begun and is taught by Melanie French who writes ‘The practice of Qigong essentially combines graceful movement, meditation and regulation of the breath to enhance the flow of Qi. Qi is the vital life force energy within the body, which aids the immune system and boosts the blood circulation.

Date: 
Thursday, 8 December, 2016 - 14:30 to 16:00

Yoga

Our Quiet Yoga class continues on Wednesdays mornings. They take place in the Yurt and are led by qualified teacher, Sue Hodgkins. These classes are gentle, mindful and essentially spiritual. Please book with Sue - suehyoga@gmail.com There is a 9.30 class and we would love to begin a new 11m class. Please let us know if you might be interested.

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