Ongoing Offerings

Our center offers an 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.


Find how to get to our Shambhala Center here.



Open Public Sitting Hours

Wednesdays         6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Sundays           10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Join us for public sitting Wednesday evenings & Sunday mornings.

Meditation instruction is available upon request every Sunday at 10:00 AM.

On the last Sunday of the month, please join us as we go out for a community lunch following public sitting.


The Heart of Recovery Meditation Group

Mondays     6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

The Heart of Recovery is a meditation and sharing support group with the purpose of bringing together the practice of meditation, the Shambhala and Buddhist teachings, and the Twelve Steps of Recovery with the goal of integrating the basic sanity of the Dharma and the basic goodness of meditation with our commitment to abstinence. We welcome all those who wish to share in these common interests. Click here for more information. Current dates/times can be found under Ongoing Offerings on the right side of our Programs Page.




Shambhala Day 2019: Year of the Earth Pig

February 5th

Please join us as we celebrate the start of the New Year with practice, a continental breakfast and conversation, a broadcast from Shambhala International and the Sadhana of Kindness. Continue »

Shambhala Training Level I: The Art of Being Human

with Susan Dever

February 15th—February 17th

“The Art of Being Human” invites you to explore how the ancient wisdom of Shambhala comes alive in daily existence. This introduction to Shambhala Training presents the view that the world is sacred and basic goodness is our birthright. Continue »

Meditation in Everyday Life

with Shastri Janet Solyntjes & Colleen Cummins

March 12th—April 9th

The Meditation in Everyday Life course is designed to provide participants with the introductory tools and teachings for working with meditation in daily life. Continue »