Ongoing Offerings

Our center will be offering an array of weekly ongoing offerings free to the public. No prior meditation experience required to attend. Some programs offer meditation instruction upon request. All are welcome.

Open Public Sitting Hours

CafĂ© Shambhala, Saturday mornings 10:00 AM – Noon. Includes some meditation, a dharma reading, discussion and social time. Free basic meditation instruction is available.

Tuesday Night Open Sit, 7-8:30 PM. Tuesday night sessions are informal and offer free basic meditation instruction.

Other recurring programs

If you live in Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky, please see our Cincinnati Group page.

Heart of Recovery meets every Wednesday night at 6:15. It is a study and discussion group open to all interested in recovery from addiction or similar problems.

Queer Dharma meets on Thursday nights at 7 for LGBTQ+ people and their allies to practice meditation together.

On the second Sunday each month our CHANGE LINE HEIGHT AND REPLACE LINK HERE, WORDPRESS REMOVED IT Family and Children group meets at 10
AM. Activities and locations vary; please contact an organizer for more details.

Find how to get to our Shambhala Center here.

PLACE SUNDAY SIT LINK HERE Sunday Open Sit, 10 AM – Noon, is recommended for practitioners of all levels and includes recitation of the Shambhala morning chants. Participants are encouraged to stay for the entire two hours, but this is not a requirement. The second Sunday of the month will coincide with our PLACE CHILDREN & FAMILIES LINK HERE Children & Families program; childcare will be available at that time. Meditation instruction is usually not available on Sundays.

 

Introductory

Shambhala Sadhana Full Moon Practice

February 18th—December 12th

These Full Moon Shambhala Sadhana Practices are open to our entire sangha community, Continue »

Deepening Compassion Part Two: the Paramitas

May 5th—July 14th

Register on our calendar page for this event to join in with the group continuing studies in compassion and mindfulness. Continue »