Vipassana Meditation Course

Manage your anxiety, heighten your awareness and gain equanimity

As you tune further into your emotions, you will become more aware of your personality’s positive and negative sides. Each sitting of Vipassana brings about further self-reflection and self-understanding through direct experience.

Equanimity is a mental quality that helps you in accepting everything as it is. This is the central teaching of Vipassana, learning to accept all outcomes, whether they are good or bad, and to enjoy good experiences without clinging to them and to have bad experiences without becoming adverse to them.

In Vipassana meditation, you will learn and experience the true nature of everything. By realising that all thoughts and emotions are impermanent, you will be better equipped at managing ruminating thoughts and negative feelings.

In this Vipassana master class, you will learn everything there is to know about insight meditation.
This course will cover the ancient techniques involved in Vipassana and the ideas and theories behind it.

This is a unique 22-day course for mediators looking to create their own authentic meditation practice. By taking this course, you’ll experience all the benefits of one of the oldest meditation techniques in the world.

Gain clarity, peace and focus in less than 30 minutes a day.

Traditionally Vipassana is taught combining two techniques of meditation.
First, you will learn Anapanasati (mindful breathing). You will learn to follow the natural breath, which will help you focus and quieten the mind. This is the foundation you build to move on to the second part, the Vipassana (insight) technique, where the focus on physical sensation helps build gradual cultivation in peace of mind and the true nature of human experience.

Each meditation session will be accompanied by an audio and written lesson about the art of living and incorporating Buddhist traditions into daily life.

This course includes

Introduction to Vipassana

Mindfulness of Breathing


Position of Strength




Tension and Tiredness



A Different Approach

Pace and Observation

Honest Experience

Just What is Present

Theoretical Background

Impermanence As The Key

Effort and Fixed View

Preparation and Walking

Mindful Activity

Building a Sustainable Practice

Meditation Guide


Ollie has attended multiple silent Vipassana courses across the globe, learning in the styles of Sayagyi U Ba Khin, S.N Goenka and Thich Nhat Hanh.

Whilst living in Thailand, he took vows and had a residency in a monastery living as a Buddhist monk. His accumulated wealth of knowledge about meditation and its intricacies has helped him develop a newfound inner peace.

Ollie’s know that most people don’t have the time or freedom to attend 10-day silent residential meditation courses or go live as a monk across the globe. For that reason, he put together this vipassana meditation course so anyone can benefit from these ancient and valuable teaching in way that works for them.

What is Vipassana

Often called Insight, Vipassana is an ancient form of meditation that aims to help us understand impermanence as we focus on the sensations that come and go in the body.

The end goal of Vipassana is to be able to observe these sensations, good or bad, without aversion or craving and in doing so, bring this state of mind of non-reaction into our everyday lives.

Is Vipassana meditation course for me?

A Buddhist practice; Vipassana is one of the oldest forms of meditation that is still taught today. The fact that is has stood the test of time and stayed relevant up to today is a testament to its value.

Vipassana helps people gain insight into the working of their minds and take a step from their everyday reactions that may negatively affect them.

Traditionally taught at 10-day silent retreats this vipassana meditation online course is perfect for anyone looking to integrate all the benefits of Vipassana into their lives in a way that’s convenient and fits a busy schedule.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Set aside 15 - 20 minutes to practice the guided meditation
  • Make sure you wear somewhere quiet with minimal distraction. 
  • Sit comfortably, either on the floor on a cushion or in a chair. Make sure your back is straight. 
  • Start the guided meditation or begin to meditate independently. 

During a Vipassana meditation, you will conduct a body scan whilst trying to remain in a still position, without any movement in your body at all. During the scan, you will note and observe all sensations you feel arising in your body.

The purpose of Vipassana is gain an understanding of impermanence, as we focus on the sensations that come and go in the body.

The end goal of Vipassana is to be able to observe these sensations, good or bad, without aversion or craving and in doing so, bring this state of mind of non-reaction into our everyday lives.