How to use the events calendar: A list of events and their dates is below. Hover the cursor over the event date in the calendar, and a description appears. Click the event name in that description to see its full details.
April 5th, 2019 - Discovering What Death Can Teach About Living Fully
Register now for this workshop led by Frank Ostaseski, founder of Zen Hospice and pioneer in end of life compassionate care. https://events.calgarylibrary.ca/programs/online-registration?id=7783|1 See here for more information.
Upcoming dates: Please note, we have changed from meeting Monday evenings to the 2nd Thursday and 4th Tuesday of each month. Everyone is welcome, Tuesday evenings are more suitable for experienced meditators or newer meditators who want a challenge. Thursdays will have meditation instruction, shorter meditation periods and are suitable for all levels, including beginners.
Thursdays: 7:30 - 8:45 PM - March 14, April 11, May 9
Tuesdays: 7:30 - 9:00 PM - March 26, April 23, May 28
(See this and other sitting groups here.)
Awakening Joy - Feb. 4 - June 24, 2019
James Baraz’s online Awakening Joy course and local study group based on the course, led by Carmen Wyatt. Registration limited, deadline Feb. 1. See here for details.
Check yogamcc.com for classes starting in January.
Anne Mahoney is leading a number of one day retreats this winter. See the Events page and/or calendar for the dates.
10-day residential retreat with Anne Mahoney - Tuesday, February 19 to Thursday, February 28. $200 scholarships are available for this retreat. For details, see here.
Scholarships are available for this retreat.
Wise Engagement in Challenging Times - March 29-31, 2019
Heather Martin will lead this retreat at Providence Renewal Centre in Edmonton. For details, see here.
Upcoming dates: Tuesdays, January 8, February 5, March 5
*Private Group - Registration Clos
Calgary Insight Meditation Society will cultivate opportunities for practise, learning and building community.
A compassionate world that meets each moment with kindness, mindfulness and generosity.
Rooted in early Buddhist teaching of interdependence, ethics, meditation, and wisdom we believe:
o Everyone can develop their awareness, innate kindness, compassion and generosity.
o Connecting with one another to share, practise, and learn supports spiritual growth for the benefit of individuals, our community, and all beings.