Eagle Rock programs

Join us for meditation classes, weekend retreats and mindfulness awarness programs at our main Center, located in Eagle Rock, northeast Los Angeles. Our address is 963 Colorado Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90041. View directions.

Sadhana of Mahamudra practice (Eagle Rock)

with Darryl Burnham

June 3rd—February 23rd

The Sadhana of Mahamudra presents a vajrayana view, bringing together the devotion mahamudra of the Kagyu lineage and the crazy wisdom of the Nyingma lineage. As such, it provides a powerful touchstone for understanding our vajrayana heritage. Continue »

All Day Meditation Retreat (Eagle Rock)

with Laura Landau

February 1st

For new and experienced practitioners alike, this all-day community meditation retreat is a rare opportunity to take a real break from our usual routines to truly relax with ourselves and refresh our sense of wellbeing, goodness, and sanity. Continue »

Shambhala Guide Training

with Shastri Marcia Henry-Fink, Shastri Marilyn Moore, Shastri Joel Wachbrit

February 6th—February 9th

Introduction to Meditation in Eagle Rock

February 6th

These evenings are appropriate for anyone wishing to learn the basics of mindfulness/awareness meditation or to refresh their existing meditation practice. Continue »

The Play of Steadiness and Ease - A Mixed level Yoga class adorned with LIVE Music

with Jenny Hannah & David Cipriani

February 9th

A stabilizing sequence of poses will be richly infused by LIVE SINGING and MUSIC, exploring how the foundation of strong and steady legwork offers a deeper connection to our bodies. How can we access our inherent stability so that we may express more free Continue »

Karuna Training Certificate in Contemplative Psychology

February 20th—October 7th (2021)

Two-year comprehensive training and Certificate in Contemplative Psychology. Continue »

Meditation and the Path of Contentment: A 5-Week Course (Eagle Rock)

with Shastri Joel Wachbrit & Jenny Hannah

February 25th—March 24th

Contentment is hard to find. We usually think contentment is found in things, achievements or experiences. With meditation practice, we learn to appreciate ourselves and simple human experiences. Continue »

Kado Ikebana: Introduction to the Path of Flowers (Eagle Rock)

with Artist to the Court Marcia Shibata & Anjie Cho

February 29th

Kado is a path that incorporates Buddhist principals into the arrangement of flowers. Marcia Shibata will lead a one day workshop for first time participants. Continue »

Kado Ikebana: The Way of Flowers (Eagle Rock)

with Artist to the Court Marcia Shibata & Anjie Cho

March 1st

This is a one-day workshop for participants that have completed the introductory workshop. Continue »

Introduction to Meditation in Eagle Rock

March 5th

These evenings are appropriate for anyone wishing to learn the basics of mindfulness/awareness meditation or to refresh their existing meditation practice. Continue »

Qigong Level 5 (Eagle Rock)

with Eva Wong

March 7th—March 8th

If you┬╣ve completed Qigong Levels 1 - 4, please join us for Qigong Level 5 with Eva Wong! Continue »

Introduction to Meditation in Eagle Rock

April 2nd

These evenings are appropriate for anyone wishing to learn the basics of mindfulness/awareness meditation or to refresh their existing meditation practice. Continue »

Shambhala Training Sacred Path: DRALA (Eagle Rock)

with Shastri Marcia Henry-Fink

April 18th—April 19th

Through exploring the depth of perception, we engage the elemental and magical strength inherent in the world. The principle of drala refers to the sacred energy and power that exist when we step beyond aggression. Continue »

Introduction to Meditation in Eagle Rock

May 7th

These evenings are appropriate for anyone wishing to learn the basics of mindfulness/awareness meditation or to refresh their existing meditation practice. Continue »

Shambhala Training SACRED PATH: Outrageous and Inscrutable (Eagle Rock)

June 27th—June 28th

The final two Dignities of Shambhala refer to the extraordinary skill of a practiced warrior who is no longer afraid of making mistakes. These dignities present an unconventional and visionary perspective to benefit all beings. Continue »