Ongoing Offerings

Our centre offers a rich array of weekly ongoing offerings free to the public. No prior meditation experience required to attend. Most programs offer meditation instruction upon request. All are welcome to arrive and leave as desired.

Open Public Sitting Hours

“Open Sitting” means that you may come and leave as you choose..

  • Sundays:  10am – noon
  • Mondays: 5pm – 6pm
  • Tuesdays: noon – 1pm
  • Wednesdays: 7pm – 8pm

 

Find how to get to our Shambhala Centre here.

 

Introductory

MEDITATION in Everyday Life

with Jonathan Barbieri

April 29th—May 27th

This introduction to the Way of Shambhala course is open to all and covers peaceful abiding meditation, basic goodness, and the challenges one faces in bringing the awareness of meditation into our daily life. Meets for five Tuesday evenings from 6:30-9:0 Continue »

A Taste of the Dorje Kasung

with Shastri Andrew Sacamano

May 10th

This workshop is open to anyone who is inspired to learn more about the protector principle in action, and who thinks they could one day be inspired to offer service to the community in this way. There is no prerequisite, and no commitment is necessary (o Continue »

Nyinthun: A Day of Practice - 2nd Sunday of Each Month

May 11th

A day-long meditation intensive, or nyinthun, is a great way to deepen and energize your meditation practice. Continue »

CONTENTMENT in Everyday Life

with Cynthia Drake & Dr. Peter Grossenbacher

June 5th—July 3rd

CONTENTMENT, simplicity, and mindfulness are connected with the precision of the hinayana, the teachings that form the foundation of the Buddhist path. And in Shambhala, the meek dignity of the tiger brings alive this simplicity and mindfulness... Continue »

The Shambhala Principle: Rising to the Challenge of Our Times in Boulder, CO

with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Acharya Dale Asrael, Shastri Ethan Nichtern

June 13th—June 15th

A Public Program in Boulder: Registration is now open for "The Shambhala Principle: Rising to the Challenge of our Times," with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Continue »