Our Kissos campus is located in the beautiful Greek village of Kissos.  We offer programs that are both intellectually stimulating  and experiential in nature. They are themed around healing {self, society, planet),  interpersonal communication, personal creativity, sustainable economics and self-inquiry.

Set in a lovely hillside area overlooking the Aegean sea it experiences amazing sunrise views. Kissos is a village of fruit trees, flowers and greenery, carved out of the forest above the seaside and about 25 miles/35 km (an hour’s drive) from the city and port of Volos. At an altitude of 515 meters (1600 ft), Kissos evades the extreme heat, staying comfortably warm even in August. The village is notable for its 16th Century ornate Greek Orthodox church and its fine tavernas specialising in regional dishes.

Due to the easy walk to the village, the forest and daily rides to the beach this centre is the most suitable for those who are not able to walk so well or far.

Kissos Campus Facilities


Kissos Campus Testimonials 2017

“Wonderful environment, lovely community experience, felt nurture and accepted by the core community. A well-run retreat with a grounded management team” S. Morton 2017

“Good energy of centre and place. Location is amazing -Kissos attractive village. Good collaborative and kinship feeling which is inspiring” J Murray, 2017”

“It’s really well run, clear structure and info, great staff and volunteers, thank you all for a brilliant week.” M. Sherlin, 2017

“Calm, friendly, warm community mood.  The healthy eating and preparation provided a safe space to re-open my heart.” A. Kyritsis, 2017

“I felt really supported throughout my stay here, even when I came across my blocks and this was truly wonderful, thank you so so so much for everything. felt truly resurrected and blessed.” I Astansk, 2017

“Harmonious atmosphere. Everyone working together, staff were great!” E. Kovaes, 2017

“I really enjoyed the workshop, conversing, interacting and connection with people in the workshop and among the guests and staff.” P. Jordan, 2017