“In msakyongsmileeditation we are constantly discovering who and what we are.”  

– Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche

For over 30 years, the Shambhala Meditation Center of Denver has offered Coloradans the opportunity to work with their minds and hearts through meditation. Our mission is to inspire an awake and compassionate society through personal and collective transformation.

We offer public meditation classes, mindfulness training workshops, and a wide range of teachings from the Shambhala Buddhist tradition. Come and sit with us.


Recent News

  • June 2017 Letter from the Director

    Dear Denver Shambhala Community, I hope this finds you well and enjoying the beautiful warm summer weather. It is an exciting time for us here in Denver. There is so much to share. So what’s happening at the Center? Shambhala Kids had a very successful year. They will take a break for the summer and … Continue 

image of flowers Denver community roomShambhala Center Open House every Sunday at 10:00 a.m.

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→

New to Shambhala?

Shambhala is an international community of urban meditation and rural retreat centers founded by the Vidyadhara Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and now led by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. Learn more about us

Featured Programs

Recovery Group 1/2 day Intensive - July 2017

with Martha Hildreth

July 8th

This 1/2 day Intensive is open to anyone who is interested in relating 12-step work to the Buddhist path. Continue »

Learn to Meditate

with Martha Hildreth

August 5th

A one day workshop that is suitable for those who want to begin a practice with in-depth instruction, as well as those who want to refresh their practice and view. Continue »

Recovery Group 1/2 day Intensive - August 2017

with Martha Hildreth

August 12th

This 1/2 day Intensive is open to anyone who is interested in relating 12-step work to the Buddhist path. Continue »