Dhamma Dipa

The buildings at the bottom are Dhamma Dipa and at the top Dhamma Padhana.
The Hall seats 128 students.
The front door at Dhamma Dipa. Come on in.
Student accommodation nestles in the leafy grounds and gardens.
The main meditation hall under the Herefordshire sky.
Bathing facilities for students on a ten day course at Dhamma Dipa.
The organic design of the meditation hall roof.
The state of the art kitchen that serves the dhamma campus.
The development of the centre has long relied on the hard work of happy dhamma servers.
This is where students are treated to the tasty and nutritious vegetarian meals.
The sound of time passing during a course.
During a course teachers are always on hand.
This airy hall can comfortably seat hundreds of students.
There are various types of meditation cells where a student can work deeply without distraction.
There is plenty of outdoor space to stretch your legs.
Student accommodation nestles in the leafy grounds and gardens.
Herbs are grown on site to be added to the food prepared fresh each day.

The Tradition

The scholarly and saintly monk who made Vipassana more available to lay people.
Meditating on the foundations of Dhamma Giri in India in 1976.
Ledi Sayadaw’s student and an important lay teacher of Vipassana.
In 2000 Goenkaji addressed a summit of world spiritual leaders at the UN.
Goenkaji’s compassion overflowing.
Goenkaji teaching Western students in the early days.
An early course at Ladnun in India, 1974.
Goenkaji and Mataji
Gonekaji conducting a 1 day course at Dhamma Dipa in 2000.
Goenkaji pays respect to his beloved teacher Sayagi U Ba Khin.
Goenkaji’s teacher and Accountant General of Burma in Rangoon.