Meditation presents the teachings of the Buddha through wisdom, insight
The Tuesday night Insight Meditation Group is not available until further notice.
Paul, Annie (02) 6684 7127 or Radha (02) 6687 1762
Nicholson teaches the cultivation of wisdom and compassion through
insight. Her teachings focus on inquiry and the non-dual nature of
reality. Radha first met Christopher Titmuss in India in 1975 where
she participated in extended retreats.
She is a guiding teacher for Bay Insight in Byron Bay.
Radha teaches retreats in Australia and regularly teaches with Christopher
in Sarnath, India, at the annual Dharma Gathering. She is a Registered
Psychologist and member of the Australian Psychological Society with
a private practice in Bangalow, in Northern NSW. Radha is the mother
of four children and also has grandchildren.
Davison has been practicing Buddhist Meditation for over 30 years,
in both the Zen and Vipassana (Insight) traditions. After travelling
and practising with teachers in Japan, India and North America she
moved to Hawaii where she studied with Robert Aitken Roshi, founder
of the Diamond Sangha. In Australia she continued her studies in the
Zen tradition with Aitken Roshi, John Tarrant Roshi and Subhana Barzaghi
Roshi. Ellen's interest in Buddhist teachings has also led her to
continue to explore the practice of Insight (Vipassana) and Inquiry
with Christopher Titmus and Patrick Kearney.
Ellen is the resident teacher of the Kuan Yin Meditation Centre in
Lismore and a guiding teacher for Bay Insight in Byron Bay. She is
a teacher in the Zen tradition of the Diamond Sangha and a member
of the Insight Teachers Circle, Australia. A major focus of her teaching
is the application of meditation practice to everyday life.
Ellen is a psychologist and works as a student counsellor in TAFE.
She teaches and leads retreats and workshops in both the Zen and Vipassana
traditions within Australia.