Learn to Meditate

The single focus of the Buddha’s teachings was showing living beings the path of liberation from suffering and reconnecting with our natural state of freedom. The profundity and sophistication with which the Buddha expressed this journey more →

ONLINE • Summer Seminar I: Discovering the Path of Liberation, and II: Living Wisdom and Compassion

Acharya Judith Simmer-Brown, Noel McLellan, Holly Gayley and Loden Nyima

June 16–July 15, 2021
All of us have an innate capacity to experience well being, strength, and confidence, even in the face of stress, pain, or illness. In order to enhance that capacity, we introduce the power of mindfulness, the more →

ONLINE • Mindfulness Meditation Retreat: A 5-Day Silent Retreat

Janet Solyntjes and Janet Curry

June 19–23, 2021
One million years of healthy human life are lost every year due to traffic-related noise (World Health Organization). How can one quiet a noisy world? You can push the "reset button." Even brief periods of silence more →
Samu is a Zen term that refers to the physical work necessary to maintain the Zen monastery. It can also be a powerful practice of meditation in action. “Mindfulness is a process of growth and maturing more →
This assembly is an opportunity to enter further or refresh a connection to the Shambhala terma and Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s teaching streams. Focused on the Werma Sadhana, this will be a reunion of warriors to celebrate more →

Werma Assembly

Diana Mukpo, Agness Au, Gaylon Ferguson and Loden Nyima

July 25–31, 2021
For employees of Larimer County, this program is eligible for the Lifestyle Education Benefit Program. Please see details below. This four-week online course is designed to introduce mindfulness meditation and mindful movement, and methods for how more →

ONLINE • Mindfulness Meditation and Movement for Wellness

Melissa Lago and Loden Nyima

October 3–24, 2021