All Courses, Events, Programmes and Workshops

North London Group Meditation Online

April 6th

The North London Shambhala Meditation group meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 8-9am. For the foreseeable future we will be meeting on Zoom. Continue »

Guided Meditation Online

with Shastri Tessa Watt

April 6th

The Monday evening online session is guided by a senior instructor and will include a reading or a talk. If you are new or experienced, feel free to join. Continue »

North London Group Meditation Online

April 7th

The North London Shambhala Meditation group meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 8-9am. For the foreseeable future we will be meeting on Zoom. Continue »

Compassion Practice Online

with Rachael Cheang

April 7th

An online Tonglen or Loving Kindness practice Continue »

Introduction to Meditation for Beginners

April 8th

If you are new to meditation, and would like to learn how to meditate, we are offering this short guided introduction to meditation and an opportunity to ask questions. Continue »

Community Meditation Online

April 8th

Join us for an hour long online meditation session, there will be several sitting meditation sessions with short breaks in-between. Continue »

North London Group Meditation Online

April 9th

The North London Shambhala Meditation group meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 8-9am. For the foreseeable future we will be meeting on Zoom. Continue »

Compassion Practice Online

with Rachael Cheang

April 10th

An online Tonglen or Loving Kindness practice Continue »

Easter Weekend Meditation Retreat

with Dr. Angela Newton

April 11th—April 12th - Date postponed or cancelled

North London Group Meditation Online

April 13th

The North London Shambhala Meditation group meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 8-9am. For the foreseeable future we will be meeting on Zoom. Continue »

Guided Meditation Online

with Vinita Joseph

April 13th

The Monday evening online session is guided by a senior instructor and will include a reading or a talk. If you are new or experienced, feel free to join. Continue »

North London Group Meditation Online

April 14th

The North London Shambhala Meditation group meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 8-9am. For the foreseeable future we will be meeting on Zoom. Continue »

Compassion Practice Online

with Rachael Cheang

April 14th

An online Tonglen or Loving Kindness practice Continue »

Introduction to Meditation for Beginners - Online

April 15th

If you are new to meditation, and would like to learn how to meditate, we are offering this short guided introduction to meditation and an opportunity to ask questions. Continue »

Community Meditation Online

April 15th

Join us for an hour long online meditation session, there will be several sitting meditation sessions with short breaks in-between. Continue »

North London Group Meditation Online

April 16th

The North London Shambhala Meditation group meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 8-9am. For the foreseeable future we will be meeting on Zoom. Continue »

Compassion Practice Online

with Rachael Cheang

April 17th

An online Tonglen or Loving Kindness practice Continue »

Sadhana of Mahamudra - Online

with Adam Hart

April 22nd

This powerful monthly practice is open to everyone. We recite a meditation text composed by Shambhala's founder, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, as a means of overcoming the obstacle of spiritual materialism in our practice & our lives. Continue »

Fearlessness in Everyday Life - Online

with Shastri Merlin Cox & Jez Taylor

April 23rd—May 21st

Soaring on the wings of hope and fear, we often crash and burn. What happens if we begin to see life as it is? This course incorporates a further exploration of the Buddhist teachings on mind and the nature of reality. This course is presented online Continue »

Relative Bodhicitta

with Shastri Merlin Cox

April 25th—April 26th

“If you want to be miserable, think only of yourself. If you want to be happy, think of others.” We seem mostly to be following the “Me Plan” - the way of life based on the implicit assumption that putting our own interests first will somehow... Continue »

Contentment in Everyday Life - Online

with Shastri Tessa Watt & Jez Taylor

May 12th—June 9th

Contentment in Everyday Life offers further training in developing your meditation practice. The course is open to beginners and also offers more inspiration for those familiar with mindfulness meditation. This course will be taught online via Zoom Continue »

Sadhana of Mahamudra

with Shastri Merlin Cox

May 22nd

This powerful monthly practice is open to everyone. We recite a meditation text composed by Shambhala's founder, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, as a means of overcoming the obstacle of spiritual materialism in our practice & our lives. Continue »

Absolute Bodhicitta: Emptiness and Compassion

May 23rd—May 24th

To glimpse ‘Shunyata’ or ‘Absolute Bodhicitta’, is to simultaneously experience freedom, confidence and a sense of relaxed completeness. Continue »

Shambhala Training Level 2: Discover Your Inner Warrior (aka 'Birth of the Warrior')

with Peter Conradi

May 30th—May 31st

When we open up to our own genuineness through meditation, we can begin to work directly with our fears. We can meet life's challenging moments, not with distractions and self-aggression, but with courage and confidence. Continue »

Learn to Meditate

with Jez Taylor

June 4th—June 25th

Our four-week Learn to Meditate foundation course provides a complete introduction to mindfulness meditation. Continue »

Open Weekend Meditation Sessions

June 20th—June 21st

This weekend of sitting practice offers us the opportunity to deepen our relationship with the simple yet profound practice of shamatha meditation. Continue »

Bleddfa Retreat: Bravery and Compassion

with David Schneider, Peter Conradi, Diederik Prakke, Jim O'Neill

July 24th—August 2nd

The focus of retreat practice is to work directly with awakening the mind, and opening the heart. This year we will offer teachings on bravery and compassion, and the connection of both of these with shamatha meditation Continue »