Programs

Kalapa Ikebana: Late Autumn Series

with Donna West

November 9th—December 7th

The basic purpose of ikebana is opening to and expressing the sacredness, natural harmony and order of the world. By arranging greenery, flowers, container and water, we can express this connection beautifully and simply with a sense of elegance. Continue »

Online Acharya Talk: A Year of Deepening in Compassion

November 24th

The Shambhala Acharyas have offered to lead the community in a year-long series of talks, contemplative and meditation practices from the Buddhist Mahayana teachings of our lineage. Continue »

Radical Dharma Discussion Group

November 25th

Join us for a discussion of the book Radical Dharma, which asks us to look at how individual liberation and social liberation are intertwined, and to examine issues of racial discrimination in our dharma communities. Continue »

Friday Night Dreamers

December 6th

Please join us to share with each other about sleeping, dreaming and the practice of meditation. Continue »

Online Acharya Talk: A Year of Deepening in Compassion

December 8th

The Shambhala Acharyas have offered to lead the community in a year-long series of talks, contemplative and meditation practices from the Buddhist Mahayana teachings of our lineage. Continue »

Maitri Bhavana

December 15th

Maitri Bhavana is a meditation on loving kindness that is practiced for those who are seriously ill, either physically or mentally. Continue »

Online Acharya Talk: A Year of Deepening in Compassion

December 22nd

The Shambhala Acharyas have offered to lead the community in a year-long series of talks, contemplative and meditation practices from the Buddhist Mahayana teachings of our lineage. Continue »

Qigong 1 & 2

with Kate Summers

January 25th—January 26th (2020)

Qigong is designed to cultivate strength of body and calmness of mind through Taoist practices that integrate movement, breath, and qi (or internal energy) to promote health and longevity. Open to all, no prior experience required. Continue »