Raja Yoga Meditation Retreats
@ Peninsula

The Retreat Centre has been described as “a health resort for the soul”. There is a sense of peace that supports the knowledge of spiritual self, taught in workshops and seminars, along with the core Brahma Kumaris' core curriculum courses in Raja Yoga Meditation which provide the methods to achieve a stable mind for all seasons.

During the Retreats there is time to support the learning with quiet walks in the peace of the Australian bush on the 22 acres of the Centre.

We look forward to welcoming you to our Centre for spiritual learning, Peninsula.

 

Brahma Kumaris Peninsula
83-99 Stotts Lane, Frankston South, Victoria 3199
03 59711599

Located approximately one hour from Melbourne, at the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula, the Centre is accessible by car and train.

The Team

We are a team of residential and non-residential volunteers. Together, we create and maintain a peaceful and welcoming atmosphere for visitors so they can experience personal benefit and are able to learn practical skills to live peacefully in a sometimes-chaotic world.

 

The Place

Events

Don't see what you are looking for? Please contact us to find out about activities we have at the Centre if they're not listed here.

COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The most important thing to know about our Retreat Centres is that The Brahma Kumaris community values a healthy, safe, clean and spiritual environment.  We strive to create a conducive atmosphere where everyone can benefit and feel safe.

In keeping with our spiritual principles, smoking, drinking alcohol and consumption of non-prescription drugs or take-away meals (and meat) are not permitted in buildings or around the grounds.

Everyone needs to book in for our retreats and our website system operates on a first come first served basis. Often our retreats can get booked out, so please only book when you are committed to attend the retreat, as you may prevent another being able to book in.

Request for Confirmation emails are sent out a week prior to the retreat for you to confirm or cancel your place.

Each Retreat Centre offers a different range of activities.  Here at the Peninsula, we offer morning meditation before breakfast. During the retreat program there will be facilitator input, meditation experiences, group activities, personal reflection time and conversations with other like-minded people.

Regarding special diets, we are very happy to cater to a wide range of dietary needs and strongly prefer people don't bring their own food. If necessary we can discuss what foods can be brought in.

The Brahma Kumaris share their spiritual knowledge free of charge (worldwide) in the spirit of making it available to everyone. The Centre is run by volunteers who are financially independent.

Although our programs have no fixed fee in the spirit of community service, guests are encouraged to make a financial contribution towards the running costs of meals, accommodation and the maintenance of facilities at the Retreat Centre. For further information, please email or phone.

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