Community

The Boulder Shambhala Center is home to a diverse community with a genuine connection to contemplative practice, basic goodness and the aspiration to manifest enlightened society. Everyone is welcome to attend our celebrations, practice events, classes and gatherings.

 

Children/Families

Sunday Community Practice

September 1st—August 30th

New Sunday morning format! Sunday Community Practice is the opportunity for our whole community to come together for meditation, food, and conversation. Continue »

11th Hour Calling: Ringing the Gong for Earth

January 11th—December 11th - Date postponed or cancelled

On the 11th day of each month, at 11am for 11 minutes, members of local faith communities gather at the corner of 14th and Spruce for Climate Action awareness. Continue »

Dharmic Warriors

January 17th—May 8th

Teens! Join our biweekly gathering for socializing and mindfulness. Being a teen can be rough, especially in these challenging and confusing times... Continue »

Community Events

Sunday Community Practice

September 1st—August 30th

New Sunday morning format! Sunday Community Practice is the opportunity for our whole community to come together for meditation, food, and conversation. Continue »

11th Hour Calling: Ringing the Gong for Earth

January 11th—December 11th - Date postponed or cancelled

On the 11th day of each month, at 11am for 11 minutes, members of local faith communities gather at the corner of 14th and Spruce for Climate Action awareness. Continue »

Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Meditation Collective

January 22nd—June 24th

The Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Meditation Collective provides a kind and open community for meditators of color to practice. Continue »

Parinirvana Day

with Acharya Dale Asrael

April 4th

Please come celebrate the life and times of the great mahasiddha and Vidyadhara, the Venerable Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche. Continue »

White Tara Practice Group

April 4th

The White Tara practice group meets the first Saturday of each month. White Tara is particularly relied upon in times of domestic and community turmoil and disharmony, and when personal or family health is threatened. Continue »