Young Meditators

Young Meditators is a gathering of young people (aged 18-40-ish) who are interested in meditation practice, the Shambhala path of cultivating personal wakefulness and social transformation, or just meeting interesting and open people.

We meet the first Friday of each month, 7:00 – 9:00 PM

All are welcome!


Children’s Programs

Our Children’s Program offers children (and parents!) the opportunity to discover and express their joy, sanity, and compassion.


People of Color Sangha
Building an Inclusive Practice Community for Confident Living
Sponsored by the Community Relations of the Atlanta Shambhala Center

The People of Color Sangha is open to all people of color, and features twice monthly Series of Talks and conversation
Guest Speakers, Film Viewing, and much more ….

2nd & 4th Monday of each month
Diamond Building
Any questions, please contact Brenda Collins at 404-484-4527 or


Queer Dharma – LGBTQ Sangha

Join us on Facebook and/or send a request to be placed on our e-mail list.

The Queer Dharma – LGBTQ Sangha is a community of meditation practice for all people, founded and hosted by LGBTQ people [lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer] and sponsors a free meditation open house that caters to Atlanta’s LGBTQ community. The Queer Dharma – LGBTQ Sangha provides a safe and sane environment in which the unique concerns and experiences of LGBTQ individuals are addressed and through which the Dharma can be viewed and discussed through the lens of the “Queer” experience.  We are at all levels of experience, from questioning/beginners to long-time practitioners but all are welcome.


One Breath

Monday Evening  8- 9:30pm

Wednesdays at Noon 12:00-1:00pm

Thursday Evening  7:30- 9pm

One Breath is a meditation and sharing support group with the purpose of bringing together the practice of meditation,  Buddhist teachings, and the Twelve Steps of Recovery with the goal of integrating the basic sanity of the Dharma and the basic goodness of meditation with our commitment to abstinence. We welcome all those who wish to share in these common interests.