Autumn Retreat in Denmark

  • November 20th, 2020 - November 22nd, 2020
    6:00 pm


You will be introduced to simple methods from the Tibetan Tradition to be more at ease with your feelings and disturbing thoughts. We are exploring ways to be more relaxed and at ease with the challenges of your inner life and your body.

The retreat is suitable for beginners of any background who want to start their journey with profound and easy to apply techniques and experienced students who want to deepen their practice.

The journey will be a balanced mixture of guided meditations, mindful yoga, walking meditation, short lectures, discussions, and silence.

You will learn time-honoured ways for experiencing and resting right now in your natural state of inner peace, the ultimate source of lasting happiness.
All teachings are in English.

Most of the retreat will be in silence. There will be opportunities to ask questions during the sessions.

About Stephan Pende Wormland:
Born 1965 in Germany, MA in clinical psychology and trained in Gestalt therapy. He has studied and practiced meditation in multiple Buddhist traditions for 40 years and has spent all together five years in meditation retreats. He is a student of Lama Zopa Rinpoche und was a monk in the Tibetan tradition for 11 years.

About our Yoga Instructor Sille:
Sille has been studying Tibetan Buddhism for over 15 years and she completed her yoga teacher training in 2011 in India. She has shared yoga with a wide range of students. Read more about her here


Requirements – Self-Responsibility
Participating in retreats can be challenging.
Participants are asked to be firmly grounded and have the ability to take personal responsibility.
One should have a fairly stable mental balance and participants attending should be able to take personal responsibility for their own experiences.
The retreat is not designed as a substitute for psychotherapeutic work.
It is the responsibility of each participant to judge for themselves their suitability to participate.
If you are seeing a psychotherapist, psychiatrist or other mental health professional, we ask that you speak with them about your intentions to join a retreat.

What’s included in the fee:
The weekend course / all sessions
Accommodation in the retreat center
3 light and simple vegetarian meals per day (bring extra / what you need to cater to your special dietary needs)

What’s not included in the retreat fee:
Transport (the retreat center is approx. 1 1/2 hour drive from Copenhagen by car). We connect participants so that they can carpool or make arrangements to travel together.


Both options of the physical attendance and
Online attendance are NON REFUNDABLE.

You will however have the choice to:
1. give/sell your spot to a person of your choosing and inform us at least 24h prior to the retreat.
2. use the credit for a future event from our programme
In either case, you will need to inform us lates 24h before the retreat begins for this policy to apply.


1. If CVM cancels the event (due to COVID/restrictions or force majeure) we will give you a full refund (minus booking and admin fees up to 10% of the ticket) or you can transfer 100% your payment to another event offered by our Center.

2. If YOU cannot attend because :
of the restrictions in your home country
your flight is cancelled /you are unable to travel
you contract COVID-19 (doctor’s note required),

we will give you a refund of your fee minus 50% – and this 50% credit can be transferred to another event organised by the Center.

We also ask that you kindly consider transferring 100% of your credit to a future event with us as it impacts us enormously if a number of participants cancel last-minute.

3. If it is possible to attend but YOU decide not to attend for your own reasons, then the usual refund policy (above) applies.

Financial difficulties
Should not prevent you from attending this retreat. We can offer you a payment plan in instalments that fits your means.
For any questions, write to us at

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