Meditation Centers & Community in Los Angeles


Meditation Retreats in Los Angeles

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Meditation in the Shambhala tradition allows us to gain greater mindfulness. Undertaken as a steady practice, meditation allows the mind to relax and settle. If new to meditation join our introductory evenings on Wednesdays in Mar Vista and Thursdays in Eagle Rock. Join us also our at our Open Meditation Sitting hours to meditate in a group setting (meditation instruction available for those who wish).

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shambhala los angeles meditation center locations in eagle rock, marvista and orange county

Los Angeles Shambhala offers a path of meditation practice and contemplative arts oriented towards modern life. Join us for meditation programs, retreats and group meditation at any of our three Meditation Centers in LA located in Eagle Rock, Mar Vista (Westside) and Costa Mesa, Orange County. Meditation Group meetings also in Ojai and Carpinteria.

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Meditation Programs

Kado Demonstration: Contemplative Flower Arranging (Eagle Rock)

with Anjie Cho

July 27th

All are welcome to this introduction to Kado Ikebana with visiting teacher Anjie Cho. Continue »

Introductory Meditation Retreat - Shambhala Training Weekend I (Westside)

with Shastri Marcia Fink

August 3rd—August 4th

This meditation retreat explores how to reawaken our hearts and minds to our own fundamental goodness and the sacredness of life. OPEN TO ALL! Continue »

Letting Go: The Buddhist Approach to Death and Dying

with Acharya Emily Bower

August 10th—August 11th

This special weekend program will present practices and teachings based on Tibetan Buddhist views on dying, death, and rebirth. Continue »

“Best Meditation Retreat in Los Angeles”

The Shambhala Meditation Center in Eagle Rock is a good location to find peace and tranquility in Los Angeles’ chaos.

Why haven’t I been here sooner? Shambhala Los Angeles have plenty of meditation classes and events throughout the week and they have monthly meditation groups that really encourage a sense of fellowship and community. I can see myself going back you’re on a regular basis because anything to help people center themselves feel better about how their mind works is a good thing, no matter where you are in life. Go check it out.

Tony

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