Ongoing Offerings

WednesdayOpen Public Sitting7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
ThursdayHeart of Recovery
  • Meetings start at 7:30 PM
  • Meditation instruction is available at 7 PM
  • Meetings ends at 9 PM
SundayOpen Public Sitting10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Open Public Sitting

The open sitting meditation is for beginners and experienced practitioners. Meditation instruction with a qualified instructor is offered at these times at no charge.

Heart of Recovery

This meditation and discussion group brings together Shambhala Buddhist meditation practice with the Twelve Steps recovery programs. Meetings are anonymous and confidential and explore the relationship of addictions and recovery to our personal paths as warriors, bodhisattvas, and meditation practitioners. This is open to all who are Buddhist practitioners (from any tradition) and 12 Step practitioners (from any program), or individuals interested in exploring the relationship of meditation to recovery from addiction and addictive behaviors.

For more information concerning Heart of Recovery please contact Tim Krouse, krouse.tim@gmail.com; 740-569-8035

Upcoming Programs

Buddhist Studies

with Shastri Janice Glowski & Prof Matthew Kahle

January 21st—February 25th

This second course will cover classic topics of Buddhist history and philosophy. We will mix the study of these topics with meditative and contemplative practices. We will discuss each week, in circle, how this living Dharma can be relevant to our daily Continue »

Community Circle

January 27th

Please join our circle of community governance as we make decisions as a community. Your clear voices and fresh inspiration are welcomed. Open to new and experienced meditation practitioners, and everyone in between. Continue »

Shambhala Day

February 9th

Shambhala Day marks the beginning of the New Year and represents one of the most important cultural traditions in Shambhala. Please save the date for this celebration. Continue »

Aging in Enlightened Society: Session 4—Aging for Beginners

February 12th—March 26th

Aging doesn't begin at 65 years old, but is based on our perspective. What makes getting older so potentially difficult? How can we see old age as a new stage in life, a stage of renewal? Continue »

New to Shambhala?

Shambhala is an international community of urban meditation and rural retreat centers founded by the Vidyadhara Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and now led by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. Learn about our vision, lineage & community »