Meditation Center Spain
An oasis of tranquility in the mountains with superb conditions for retreat. Established more than 20 ago, Tushita offers group retreats and courses in a cozy atmosphere. A place where photos don’t do justice.
Meditation Retreats and Buddhism
Tushita Meditation Center is located at just one hour and a half from Barcelona and one hour from Girona, in the heart of the Montseny Natural Park.
Tushita is a meditation center established more than 20 years ago with a solid foundation in a widely proven Buddhist tradition. The center offers group retreats and courses in a cozy, quiet and peaceful environment, in a traditional house with shared rooms, ample space for reading or relaxing, trails in the forest, beautiful views and a large meditation hall.
Meditation is a valuable tool that can take us far beyond relaxation: it can provide clarity, space, serenity, acceptance, openness and harmony with others and true happiness. Meditation needs to be learned from people experienced, that rely on a philosophy and meditative practices of proven validity.
Based on these principles, the center offers a wide range of courses and retreats, from introductory meditation courses to long retreats, through introductory and in-depth courses on Buddhism and the different aspects of its philosophy, psychology and contemplative practices, or courses taught by renowned Buddhist teachers, among others.
Friends of Tushita
Help us grow
The aim of Tushita is to be of benefit and to contribute to the common welfare by offering tools to cultivate our humanity. In order to meet this goal we invite you to collaborate with Tushita so that we can continue with this aim and view.
You can collaborate in different ways:
- Becoming a “Friend of Tushita”
- Making a donation
- In other ways
The center was founded in 1995 and is affiliated with the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT), an international organization with more than 150 centers, projects and services spread around the world. The FPMT was founded by Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche, who is now his spiritual director, and follows the lineage of the Gelug tradition of Lama Tsong Khapa, whose main representative is His Holiness the Dalai Lama.