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Sunday at 10am & Tuesday at 7pm – Learn to meditate, connect with community, develop mindful-awareness, & compassion. Meditation instruction is available.  We offer tools to help discover greater compassion, confidence, wisdom and joy in our day-to-day life.  You can click here for information on how to Get Started.

The Shambhala teachings offer a path to explore the depth of our being and for transforming our world.

We are family friendly and offer free child care for children 4-12 years old every Sunday morning, 10:00-12:00, so parents can attend our Open House.

Featured Programs

Learn to Meditate - Johns Creek

with Norma Harris

August 19th

This 3-hour class will help you start and establish a mindfulness-awareness meditation practice. Continue »

Learn to Meditate - Midtown

with Sally Larrick

August 20th

Young Meditators

August 25th

Join us for meditation, contemplation and discussion, followed by a stop at Melton's App & Tap for food, drink and fun. Continue »

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