Featured Programs

Qigong Level 1 and 2 Review

with Jeb Stuart

January 4th (2020)

Refresh your Qigong forms for Level 1 and 2 in the fresh new year. Continue »

The Buddhist Three Yana Path, an approach to the Art of Politics - Open House

with Jonathan Barbieri

January 8th (2020)

Join us for a discussion on how the Buddhist Path of the Three Yanas (Vehicles) can be the basis for engaging in the Art of Politics as we head towards the 2020 Presidential and Congressional  election. Continue »

Shambhala Training Level I: The Art of Being Human

with Jonathan Barbieri

January 10th—January 12th (2020)

Shambhala Training is a path to explore the dignity of being human, using mindfulness meditation to develop fearlessness, confidence, openness, and gentleness toward ourselves and others. All are welcome! Continue »

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Become a Member and Help Create a Good Human Society

Shambhala welcomes people from all walks of life, faiths, and backgrounds. They come together to practice meditation, gather, and celebrate in order to develop a global culture that cultivates dignity and sanity in an increasingly chaotic and stressful world. Continue to Our Membership Page

Center News Blog

  • GoFundMe Refunds

    The Fort Collins Shambhala Meditation Center has suspended its GoFundMe relocation campaign. The final construction bids for remodeling our proposed new location exceeded our fundraising capability. We have reached an agreement to remain where we are and to continue to offer meditation and classes for at least a year. Thank you so much for your … Continue 

  • FCSMC is Staying at 126A Mountain Avenue

    The long journey to find a new home for our Center has ended with a very unexpected result. We will be staying at our current Mountain Avenue space. The final construction bids for remodeling space at 525 West Oak St far exceeded our fundraising capacity. Our landlord informed us that his plans to redevelop this … Continue