Introductory

Learn to Meditate

September 3rd—September 24th

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

Shambhala Training Weekend I: 'The Art of Being Human'

September 28th—September 29th

Meditation is presented as an opportunity to rest in what you already are — basic goodness, natural peace, and clarity. It is how we train in being awake, placing the mind on the breath, in the present moment. Continue »

Contentment in Everyday Life

with Jez Taylor

October 3rd—October 31st

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. Continue »

Learn to Meditate

with Shastri Tessa Watt & Vinita Joseph

November 7th—November 28th

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

Shambhala Training Weekend I: 'The Art of Being Human'

with Jim O'Neill

November 16th—November 17th

Meditation is presented as an opportunity to rest in what you already are — basic goodness, natural peace, and clarity. It is how we train in being awake, placing the mind on the breath, in the present moment. Continue »

Joy In Everyday Life

with Shastri Merlin Cox

November 19th—December 17th

This perspective-shifting course opens our minds to possibilities that the life we have here and now could be lived with more joy than we ever anticipated. Continue »

Winter Retreat - Deepening Our Practice

with Peter Conradi

December 29th—December 31st

The turn of the year can be a challenging time and yet is also a good moment to pause and find renewed strength and consolation in our practice. Continue »

Shambhala Training Weekend I: 'The Art of Being Human'

January 18th—January 19th (2020)

Meditation is presented as an opportunity to rest in what you already are — basic goodness, natural peace, and clarity. It is how we train in being awake, placing the mind on the breath, in the present moment. Continue »