Meditation, Culture & Community Centers in Atlanta

 

Atlanta Shambhala offers a path of meditation practice and contemplative arts oriented towards modern life. Join us for meditation courses, retreats and group meditation at one of our two Meditation Centers in Atlanta located in Decatur and in Grant Park.

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Featured Programs

A Year of Deepening in Compassion Part II: The Joyful Snow Lion and The Paramitas

May 5th—July 14th

The Joyful Snow Lion: the Paramitas, is the second course of the four-part series exploring the Shambhala Mahayana teachings. This course includes an exploration of how we put our aspiration into action with the practice of the Paramitas. Continue »

Dance Your Prayers

with Julie Hliboki

May 23rd

"Dance Your Prayers" is an opportunity for people to come together and dance. It is a wonderful, fun, rejuvenating ceremony that encourages blessing, gratitude, release, and balance. Continue »

Awakened Heart: Shambhala Training Level IV

with Shastri Janet Bronstein & Christopher Wenger

May 31st—June 2nd

When we enter the world in an open and vulnerable way, we let the world touch our heart, and our heart wakes up to the touch. Prerequisite: Level 3 Continue »

Community Meeting

with Shastri Janet Bronstein

June 1st

You are Invited ! Community Meeting with Shastri Janet Bronstein, Member of Shambhala International Process Team Continue »

Radical Responsibility Book Club

June 12th—August 14th

Join us for a monthly discussion focused on Fleet Maull's new book "Radical Responsibilty". We'll meet one Wednesday a month this summer to discuss principles from the book and how we might apply them to our own lives. Continue »

Contentment and Joy in Everyday Life

with Dr. Craig Johnson & Melissa Twaroski

June 20th—August 1st

Contentment and Joy in Everyday Life will be offered together in a 6 week class. Continue »