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Traditional Buddhist Insight Meditation (also called Vipassana)
Follow-up days for experienced meditators

One day of fairly intensive, mostly silent, meditation practice and discussion.
These one-day sessions are highly recommended for those who have completed the
of Dhamma Introductory course and/ or who have already practised in the Mahasri Sayadaw
(or Section 5 Wat Mahadhatu) tradition and who wish to brush up their practice or to refine it.

This one-day session can be requested by individual meditators as a refresher.


One day from 10 am to about 4.30 pm




Course fees

2,000 Baht per person for a small group
(2 – 4 people) arranged by you

3,000 Baht for an individual

Applications in writing must be received at least 5 days before the start of the course.

Please email for deposit and payment details.

Course details

One day of fairly intensive, mostly silent, Insight meditation practice
plus a short Dhamma talk and discussion.




Course content

These courses are partly based on what the participants want to know
although there are certain essential points that will definitely be included.
As a result the schedule is somewhat flexible. It will be based on the following:

Getting to know you


Short chanting

Walking exercise review plus additional exercises if appropriate + sitting

12.00 - 13.30 Lunch at a nearby food or coffee shop

Dhamma talk and question time

Walking practice followed by refinements of sitting practice

Feedback (sorb arom)


Walking practice followed by refinements of sitting practice

Feedback (sorb arom)

Finish between 4.30 and 5 pm


Courses will be led by Acharn Helen Jandamit (formerly Rev. Saddharma)



General information

Instruction is in English.

Participants should be in good health and will normally be over 18 years old.

It is not necessary to be a Buddhist to attend but openness to Thai Buddhist culture is important.

Meditators should wear comfortable, fairly conservative clothing.
The meditation room is air-conditioned, so you may need a sweater.

Chairs are provided if preferred.

Coffee, tea and soft drinks are available.

Note: Accommodation is not available at the House of Dhamma but a list of nearby,
reasonably-priced hotels, guesthouses and hostels is available on request.


If you wish to apply, please email
stating when you would like to do the Follow-up workshop.
Please give  your name and surname, your expected address in Thailand,
your email address, mobile phone number or landline number, your occupation,
age and details of any previous meditation experience.

Email applications must be received at least 5 days before the start of the workshop.



For more information


Phone: + 66 2511-0439 (From outside Thailand) or 02-511-0439 (within Thailand)