Bodhi School (for 5-10 year olds) starts Jan 15!

This six month cycles of classes at the Boulder Shambhala Center is a gentle and fun way to  introduce young warriors to core concepts and imagery of Shambhala, such as basic goodness, gentleness, compassion, and confidence. Children will experience guided activities and exploration of basic meditation, Shambhala arts and good old fashioned fun! Click here … Continue 

Room to Breathe: A Conversation Series for Uncertain Times begins Dec. 14th!

The events of the past few weeks have changed our world. The question on many people’s minds is: How do we move forward? We welcome all points of view and look forward to this opportunity to engage these questions together.   The Boulder Shambhala Center is pleased to offer a series of 6 drop-in gatherings … Continue 

Election Evening at BSC: Not left, not right – just heart

Election Evening at BSC: Not left, not right – just heart Tuesday, Nov. 8 7-9pm Join us for meditation practice and community dialogue about our hope and fear regarding the political climate. Evening facilitated by Noel Smith, BSC Outreach Director. Free, open to all.

Raise the Roof-Join us Saturday Dec. 3!

Raise the Roof! Come join us for an evening of music, dance, stories, great food and drink – emceed by the fabulous Nina Rolle and BSC House Band! Ticket link: The event opens the long-anticipated Shambhala Cafe – continuing monthly next year – AND caps our “Dorje Dzong at 40” fundraising campaign. 6-7pm Cocktails, … Continue 

“LITERALLY, BOULDER” Oct. 25, 2016 at 7:00pm at the Dairy with BSC Member Justin Veach moderating

On Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at 7:00pm Boulder Arts & Lectures will present its inaugural program with the premier of Literally, Boulder, a live talk show at the Dairy Center for the Arts. The event will feature US Congressman Jared Polis, his husband writer and animal rights activist Marlon Reis, Tibetan Buddhist teacher and abstract … Continue 

Call to Welcome and Serve Refugees! October 27th at 6pm

Noble Community, If you feel moved to help Syrian refugee families establish a home along the Front Range then we warmly invite you to come to the Boulder Shambhala Center on October 27th at 6pm for a one hour gathering. Under the inspired leadership of BSC members Hannah Kinderlehrer and Amanda Betzen, we will explore … Continue 

Memorial tree planted at 14th and Spruce in memory of Jonny Copp

On Friday, September 30, 2016 a memorial tree was planted at 14th and Spruce next to the Boulder Shambhala Center in memory of Jonny Copp. His Mother Phyllis is pictured at the tree planting dedication. It is a Kentucky Hackberry tree. Jonathan “Jonny” Copp, was born into a life of adventure on March 28, 1974 … Continue 

Shambhala Training Level 1: The Art of Being Human 10/21-23 HALF OFF for police, first responders…

We’re pleased to announce that BSC will offer Shambhala Training Level 1: The Art of Being Human for half off tuition for all police and correctional officers, first responders, and service men and women.  The schedule is Friday 7-9pm, Saturday 8:30am-6pm, Sunday 8:30am-1pm. To register at this reduced rate ($75 total for the weekend) email: … Continue 

Queen Mother of Bhutan at the Boulder Shambhala Center

Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche and his wife, The Sakyong Wangmo hosted The Queen Mother of Bhutan Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck at the Boulder Shambhala Center on Friday, September 23, 2016 for afternoon tea. The Queen Mother was greeted by center staff with traditional white katahs (scarfs) and after tea she toured the center’s main shrine room. … Continue 

New Kalapa Ikebana Class starting Sept 7!

JUST ANNOUNCED: The contemplative art of flowers, ikebana or kado (the way of flowers), will be offered five Wednesday evenings starting Sept. 7 at BSC with Alexandra Shenpen, Sensei. Read more and register (click here).