Tertön Sogyal Trust UK

The Trust is a registered Charitable Company
– Registered address: Michael House, Castle Street, Exeter, Devon EX4 3LQ.
– Registered number: 1059323
– Company number: 03245152

More informaion about the Trust and annual reports are to be found at the UK Charity Commission.

Address: Terton Sogyal Trust
4B Printing House Yard
Hackney Road
London E2 7PR 

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Website: terton-sogyal.co.uk

Tertön Sogyal Trust UK Board Members are:

Averil Schram gained a wealth of experience in the areas of health and social care, finance and management, through the different roles she held within organisations such as the UK NHS, and as International Office manager for Overseas Financial Services (OFS) Jakarta Indonesia. Gaining further experience as PA to an International Socio-Economist and latterly as Managing Director of a Social enterprise in the UK third sector.

Starting as a Rigpa student in 2004, she completed the Intensive Home Retreat concluding with the 2012 two-month retreat in Lerab Ling. During the same period she co-managed a UK Rigpa centre and intends to use all of this experience to further the aims and goals of the Tertön Sogyal Trust.  

Fiona Feather became a trustee in 2019. She has a background in multimedia and qualifications development. After completing two long retreats at Rigpa’s retreat centre Dzogchen Beara, she went on to hold the role of National Director for Rigpa UK, overseeing the delivery of the home retreat programme in the UK.

More recently she re-trained as a craniosacral therapist and lives and practises in London. She is currently training in mindfulness-based psychotherapy, a Buddhist-based approach to therapy.

Mark Da Silva became a trustee in 2021. Mark started as a Rigpa student in 1997 and completed the home retreat parallel programme from 2006-2013. Mark is a pension scheme actuary and partner with Barnett Waddingham LLP, providing advice to UK pension scheme trusts on their funding and governance arrangements. Mark also has a musical background as a jazz and big band trombone player.

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