Meditation & Mindfulness

Compassionate action plays a central role in many of the great wisdom traditions. In this retreat, we’ll practice sitting and walking meditation in Noble Silence to quiet our minds and open our hearts. There will be more →

The Path of Service: An Insight Meditation Retreat

David Chernikoff

July 7–10, 2022
Please note:  This program is now offered as an ONLINE program only. It is not being taught at Drala Mountain. Compassionate action plays a central role in many of the great wisdom traditions. In this retreat, more →
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lll Dive Deeply into Meditation This practice intensive is designed for meditators looking to take a deep dive into practice, and to generate an open heart toward ourselves and others through gratitude and self-compassion practices. We more →
The Pema Chödrön Foundation in partnership with Drala Mountain Center is happy to offer a Retreat for Young Adults. This retreat for young adults is designed to give participants an experience of contemplative life. Our true more →
The program is nearing capacity however we are accepting waitlist registrations and letting families in based on age group availability. Please click Register Now above to sign up for the waitlist. Uncovering Our True Nature: The more →

Family Camp 2022

Kelly Lindsey, Rachel Steele and Steve Sachs

July 23–30, 2022
Our bodies hold emotions, images, patterns, and stories. When we inhabit our bodies through mindfulness practices, we come to know ourselves as complete and wakeful beings. During this rejuvenating program, we will play with the four more →

Women’s Summer Meditation and Yoga Retreat

Katharine Kaufman

July 27–31, 2022
Inspired by the teachings of Jon Kabat-Zinn, this 3-day retreat offers both an introduction and a deepening experience of mindfulness, for being more fully present to our lives. Various tools for engaging the demands of our more →
Join international bestselling author Blake D. Bauer for a weekend that will offer you a safe environment to address your core fears, transform negative thinking, and find clarity around shaping the life and health you want. The more →
Andrew Holecek
From a spiritual perspective, death is the crowning moment of life. The karma that brought us into this life is exhausted, and the bad habits that will propel us into our next one have not yet more →
Andrew Holecek
From a spiritual perspective, death is the crowning moment of life. The karma that brought us into this life is exhausted, and the bad habits that will propel us into our next one have not yet more →
Learn to meditate with Buddhist monk Loden Nyima! Why Learn to Meditate? Meditation is a simple, natural, healthy activity that absolutely anyone can do. You do not need to be interested in a religious path in order more →
Whatever your connection is to the Great Stupa and Drala Mountain Center, we invite you to come together to practice and deepen your connection to community.  This land is full of the blessings of generations of more →

Blessings: Celebrating the Great Stupa of Dharmakaya

Judith Simmer-Brown

September 1–5, 2022
... Why Meditation and Yoga for Runners? Meditation and yoga for runners complement the known benefits of a running practice. Combining these activities with running can stabilize the mind and body and synthesize the insights that more →

Meditation and Yoga for Runners & Hikers

Marty Kibiloski, Michael Sandrock and Lara Johnson

September 2–5, 2022
Join us for a peaceful abiding meditation retreat in the mountains. Meditation is ultimately a process of accepting and befriending ourselves completely, all the way to our natural basic goodness. In the process we will encounter more →

The Art of Meditation: A Weeklong Retreat

Loden Nyima

September 11–18, 2022
    Come home to yourself. Give yourself permission to say YES to a spacious retreat designed to nurture your body, heart, and mind. Connect with your heartfelt knowing through embodied practices inspired by sacred wisdom more →

Quiet Mind, Open Heart: Permission to Exhale

Brooke Binstock, Marissa Knox and Kelly Lindsey

September 18–23, 2022
   If it's time for a fresh start, yoga and meditation provide an ideal practice combo to bring us back to beginner's mind – a sense of relaxation, effortlessness, and unconditional cheerfulness. We will alternate between more →

Fresh Start: Joining the Movement of Yoga with the Stillness of Meditation

De West and Brian Spielmann

September 23–25, 2022
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, mindful movement, and methods for applying them more →

ONLINE • Mindfulness Meditation and Movement for Wellness

Melissa Lago and Loden Nyima

October 6–27, 2022
You’ve experienced joy and health, pain and loss. You’ve tested your physical limits, and have recovered from surgeries. You’ve traveled, shared insights, and cared for others. Now it’s time to attend to your body as it more →

Wisdom of the Body: Yoga and Meditation Retreat

Katharine Kaufman

October 6–9, 2022
Co-sponsored with the Leading with Genuine Care Retreat The Leading with Genuine Care Leadership Retreat (formerly the donothing Leadership Retreat) offers business leaders, entrepreneurs, and those seeking a more mindful life with the most rewarding challenge they may ever take — a leadership-focused mindfulness and meditation more →
Embrace a slower pace and notice how it offers a deeper connection to mind, body, and spirit. Join Cole Schlam and Heather Lindemann for a contemplative weekend yoga retreat where we will connect with maitri (loving-kindness) more →

Slowing Down: A Yoga, Self-Care, and Loving-Kindness Retreat | Extended

Heather Lindemann and Cole Schlam

October 13–16, 2022
In today's speedy world, we are all in need of kindness to ourselves. This two-day practice intensive is designed for meditators looking to take a deep dive into their practice. This weekend is spent in silence more →
Embrace a slower pace and notice how it offers a deeper connection to mind, body, and spirit. Join Cole Schlam and Heather Lindemann for a contemplative weekend yoga retreat where we will connect with maitri (loving-kindness) more →

Slowing Down: A Yoga, Self-Care, and Loving-Kindness Retreat

Heather Lindemann and Cole Schlam

October 14–16, 2022
How do we stay inspired, centered, and rooted in our innate wisdom—especially during times of challenge? In this three-day women’s retreat, you’ll replenish your body, heart, and mind through spaciousness, quiet, yogic and dharmic teachings and more →