How does one apply for the course?
- Read the Code of Discipline
This will tell you all you need to know about your course and what will be expected from you as a student. Once you’ve read this in full and are happy to proceed…
- Check the Course Schedule
This will give the dates and locations of all the courses running in Kenya. If this is your first course you must first sit a ten day course before applying for old student courses listed in the schedule. When you have picked the best date please consult your family or partner or other dependents that it works for them too. If so then please…
- Apply via the Course Schedule
Simply click on the “Apply” option next your chosen course in the schedule and follow the steps outlined therein.
How much does the course cost?
Having completed a ten-day Vipassana course students are then eligible to assist in a number of ways. These courses are run solely on a danā (donation) basis. No charges are made, not even to cover the cost of food and accommodation. The teachers do not receive remuneration either. All who help on the courses do so as volunteers. Every student who has experienced the benefits of completing a Vipassana course and wishes to give others that same opportunity then donate for this to be possible. Whether a donation is large or small, it should be given with the wish to help others: ‘The course I have taken has been paid for through the generosity of past students; now let me give something towards the cost of a future course, so that others may also benefit by this technique.’