Shambhala Meditation in Los Angeles offers a rich array of weekly ongoing meditation programs free to the public. No prior meditation experience required to attend. Most programs offer meditation instruction upon request. All are welcome.
Learn about public sitting hours at our different locations throughout the Los Angeles area.
EAGLE ROCK (Main Center)
963 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90041
||9am – noon|
||7:30pm – 9:30pm|
|Friday||10am – noon
WESTSIDE (Mar Vista)
3877A Grand View Blvd Mar Vista, CA 90066
|Sunday||9am – noon
3pm – 5pm
New to meditation, Shambhala and or Buddhism? Join us on Thursdays in Eagle Rock and/or Wednesdays in Mar Vista (Westside) for an intro to meditation talk and guided meditation instruction. Presenters and topics rotate each week.
Wednesdays at 7:30 -9pm (WESTSIDE CENTER). Learn more
Thursdays at 7.30 – 9pm (EAGLE ROCK CENTER) Learn more
$10 suggested donation. No one is turned away for lack of funds.
Click here to learn when our other Shambhala Meditation Groups locations around Los Angeles are meeting.
Mondays (7:30 – 9pm) Westside Center (Mar Vista). Learn more
Fridays (7:30 -9pm) in Eagle Rock Center. Learn more
Sitting group for the new generation of meditation practitioners. A meditation and discussion group for people in their 20s and 30s.
Last Sunday of the Month (11am – 12pm) – Eagle Rock Center
Learn about the history of Shambhala, what the SMCLA community has to offer.
Shambhala offers support for families to be able to meditate together including free child care first Sunday of the month. In addition, Family Groups are offered the 3rd Sunday afternoon of each month: Tiger Cubs for kids and Present Parenting Group for adults.
Weekly meditation and sharing support group bringing together Buddhist meditation, mindfulness practice and the Twelve Steps with the goal of integrating the basic goodness of meditation with our commitment to abstinence.
Based on the “Unconditional Healing” teachings offered at Shambhala Los Angeles in the fall of 2011 by Jeff Rubin, we will explore the real meaning of “healing,” as opposed to “cure.” We will look at how the uncomfortable, sometimes painful issues in our lives can be our gifts on the path of awakening to a life that is actually rich and fulfilling.
Exploring creative processes that arise from meditative space
We are a group of art and meditation practitioners and teachers who want to play with the Dharma Art teachings of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and to share it with others. To let go of concepts about “Art” and collaborate. Not primarily to make stuff, but to engage each other and develop a ground of mutual trust born of curiosity, willingness to be a fool, and trust in the process of coming back to the present moment. To see where it goes. Please join us!