Shambhala Boston is part of a global community which aspires to awaken kindness, goodness and wisdom within society. This vision is rooted in the principle that every human being has a fundamental nature of basic goodness.


Welcome to Shambhala

Welcome to Shambhala

Join us every First Wednesday for an introduction to the Shambhala Community.

Welcome to Shambhala:
An Introductory Event
First Wednesdays
7:00-8:30pm More →

Weekly Offerings

Learn to Meditate

Every Sunday from 12:30-1:30pm. All beginners and practitioners of all kind are welcome. Learn to mediate and ask questions! More →

Featured Programs

The Sacred Environment of Family & Neighborhood

with Eva Wong

October 31st

Join Fengshui Master Eva Wong on All Hallow's Eve to explore and engage in the sacred environment of family, neighborhood, and the spirit world. Continue »

Qigong: Levels I & II

with Eva Wong

November 1st—November 2nd

Cultivate a healthy body and a clear mind through the practice of Daoist Qigong. A form of gentle, relaxing exercise which stimulates the circulation of energy in our body, and enhances mental clarity. Continue »

An Uncommon King: Film Showing at Landmark Kendall Square Cinema

November 6th

An Uncommon King tells the life story of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche as he attempts to overcome language, cultural and personal obstacles to take over from his wild pioneering father Chogyam, Trungpa Rinpoche. Landmark Kendall Square Cinema Continue »

Ngondro/Werma Group Practice Weekend

November 8th

This one-day retreat is designed for Shambhala tantrikas to complete group practice requirements for ngöndro or Werma practice. Continue »

Becoming Intimate With Death - A Shambhala Center Death Fair

with Mary Lang & Nealy Zimmermann

November 9th

This day-long workshop, led by members of the Shambhala Center’s End of Life Care Committee, will explore the topic of death in a variety of ways. Continue »

Recent News

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    Farewell and a Time of Transition

    This is the time of year when the days grow warmer and the Shambhala community begins to scatter for the summer, attending programs and retreats, spending time with friends and family, spending time outside the walls of our center. Taking the time to close the center for two weeks, from June 23-July 6, gives our … Continue