“Meditation practice begins by sitting down and assuming your seat cross-legged on the ground.  You begin to feel that by simply being on the spot, your life can become workable and even wonderful.”  

– Chögyam Trungpa, Founder of the Shambhala Tradition


 

Community Update on COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Shambhala NYC gatherings will be held over Zoom until further notice.

We look forward to finding new ways to connect with all of you outside of the formal meditation hall. Please stay safe and healthy, and feel free to reach out to us at [email protected]. And be sure to subscribe to our newsletter for weekly updates on upcoming virtual meditation sessions.


 

Featured Programs

Dharma Gathering: Meeting Life with an Open Hand (Online)

with Shastri Elizabeth Reid

September 28th

This open house is an opportunity to meditate in a supportive group setting and to learn how to apply the principles of meditation to everyday life. Continue »

Rescheduled - Dharma Gathering: Manjusri’s Smile: Connecting Intuition and Intellect with Prajna (Online)

with Lödrö Gyendon

October 5th

This open house is an opportunity to meditate in a supportive group setting and to learn how to apply the principles of meditation to everyday life. Continue »

Dharma Gathering: Pain in Practice: What to Do? (Online)

with Dan Cayer

October 12th

This open house is an opportunity to meditate in a supportive group setting and to learn how to apply the principles of meditation to everyday life. Continue »

Shambhala Training Level V: Open Sky (Online)

October 22nd—October 24th

Communicating with the world gently and fearlessly, our awareness sharpens. We find the open clear sky of mind to be a delightful source of wisdom and uplifted energy. Can we trust our nature enough to let go into the present moment? Continue »

Dharma Gathering: In Love with the World (Online)

with Laura Simms

October 26th

This open house is an opportunity to meditate in a supportive group setting and to learn how to apply the principles of meditation to everyday life. Continue »