Due to the current call for social distancing in response to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Denver Center is physically closed, March 12th through Thursday, April 30th. 

We are offering ONLINE opportunities for practice and community. Open meditation sessions and Heart of Recovery are free of charge. Any generous support will help us provide online programming that will sustain our community in difficult times. Please give what you can using this link: https://denver.shambhala.org/donate/.

Love in the Time of COVID-19

There is much we do not know about this pandemic, and yet we do know the importance of supporting each other in a time of uncertainty and loss. We hope you will include the Denver Shambhala Center as part of your extended circle of community and stay connected. Communication is more important than ever to maintain connection during this time of quarantine. We have already heard from some of you who want to help make phone calls and run errands / deliver groceries for people in our sangha who need a helping hand.

This time of social isolation is the perfect opportunity to reach out to sangha members who are in your thoughts — simply call or email them to check in on how they are doing.

We especially need volunteers willing to make phone calls to members who live alone and/or have chronic illness.

If you want to help, or
If you have a need or know someone else who has a need, or
If you need contact info for a particular sangha member

Please send an email to Dhi Good, [email protected], or Nan Clydesdale, [email protected]. Let them know how many people you would be able to call. They will give you names and contact information.


 

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Please join us for an introduction to the Shambhala Center of Denver. Come and learn about the variety of programs and opportunities for practice offered here. Open House includes an introductory talk and informal reception with refreshments.  More Information→

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Featured Programs

Tuesday Meditation & Dharma Talk (Online)

March 24th—April 14th

Meditation and dharma talks are open to all levels of practitioners. Continue »

Friday Meditation (Online)

March 27th—April 17th

Guided meditation practice, contemplation and chants. Open to all levels of practitioners. Continue »

Advance Health Care Directives Group

with Reva Tift

April 11th—April 25th

Given the current heightened uncertainty in our lives, now is a great time to come together in our Shambhala community to discuss these sensitive issues, ask questions of an expert, and complete our Advance Health Care Directives. Continue »

Shambhala Training Level IV: Awakened Heart

April 24th—April 26th

Awakened Heart is about allowing your heart and intuition to open so that you can communicate fully with the world. Continue »

Armor of Fearlessness: Teaching on Death, Dying and the Bardos (Online)

with Acharya Eric Spiegel

May 22nd—May 24th

A practical exploration of Buddhist teachings on death, dying and relating with the groundlessness of life. Continue »