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. Free meditation instruction begins at 10am on Sundays.
  • Mondays: 5pm – 6pm.
  • Tuesdays: noon – 1pm. Free meditation instruction begins at noon on Tuesdays.
  • Wednesdays: 7pm – 8pm. Free meditation instruction begins at 7pm on Wed.

 

Find how to get to our Shambhala Centre here.

 

Introductory

Meditation in Everyday Life - Introductory Course

with Chris Stockinger & Mary Kubicki

September 8th—October 6th

This introduction to The Way of Shambhala, is open to all. You will learn and practice shamatha (peaceful abiding) meditation, and explore the teachings of basic goodness.... Continue »

Who Am I? : The Basic Goodness of Being Human

with Jonathan Barbieri & Adana Barbieri

September 17th—October 22nd

Who Am I? The Basic Goodness of Being Human is the first of three courses called the BASIC GOODNESS SERIES.... Continue »

Shambhala Training Level I: The Art of Being Human - Weekend Retreat

with Cynthia Drake

September 25th—September 27th

This is the first in a series of weekend programs which will help you discover innate dignity, worthiness, and goodness. With shamatha meditation as a foundation, together we'll explore fearlessness, confidence, and gentleness toward ourselves and others. Continue »

Shambhala Training Level II: Birth of a Warrior - Thursday Evening Classes

with Chris Stockinger

October 22nd—November 12th

This Thursday evening course explores how habitual ways of thinking obscure the raw brilliance of the world we live in... Continue »

Shambhala Training Level II: Birth of the Warrior - Weekend Retreat

with Walter Taylor

November 6th—November 8th

This weekend explores how habitual ways of thinking obscure the raw brilliance of the world we live in. Continue »