Programs listing

Book now and get CAD $90.00 off listed prices. Offer valid until Apr 27, 2018.
  • Lodge - Single Room – CAD $1,125.00
  • Lodge - Double Room – CAD $880.00
  • Lodge - Couple Room – CAD $880.00
  • Lodge - Triple Room – CAD $810.00
  • Drala Cabin single occupancy – CAD $1,055.00
  • Drala Cabin double occupancy – CAD $810.00
  • Shrine Room Floor (Upper Barn) – CAD $600.00
  • Hut Double – CAD $740.00
  • Wood Cabin Double – CAD $740.00
  • *New* Cabin-style Tent – CAD $740.00
  • DDL Tent - Single – CAD $740.00
  • Hut Dorm – CAD $670.00
  • Wood Cabin Dorm – CAD $670.00
  • DDL Tent - Double – CAD $670.00
  • Your own tent – CAD $670.00
  • Off land - Tuition + commuter rate – CAD $565.00
  • (All prices include $495 base amount)

Date & Time Details: Arrival afternoon on Sunday August 26th. Departure Sunday late afternoon Sept 2nd.

Location: Dorje Denma Ling

Address: 2280 Balmoral Rd, Tatamagouche, NS, B0K 1V0

Peggy Eyre
902-657-9085 ext 15

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Shambhala Meditation Weekthun

With Shastri Tom Bell

August 26 - September 2, 2018

Retreat is a potent way to deepen in the practice of meditation. In this week of group retreat (weekthün), we will explore Shambhala Meditation, the felt personal experience of our humanity. This program will also include gentle physical activity, talks, silence, individual and group instruction and discussion.

Open to all; beginner and experienced meditators of all levels are warmly invited to attend. Full attendance meets the weekthün requirement that is a prerequisite for various advanced programs.

Please stay tuned for information regarding registration and prices.


Shastri Tom Bell
Shastri Tom Bell became a student of the Vidyadhara in 1972, and has been active since then in direct service to both of the Sakyongs and also to the current Sakyong Wangmo. He was on the staff of RMDC (Shambhala Mountain Centre) in the mid-70s, was the director of Karme Choling from 2000-2003, and has been an active Shambhala teacher since 1976. He has worked to support his family through a career in business and economic development in Colorado and Nova Scotia. His immediate family now numbers fifteen, including his wife, three children, their spouses, and seven grandchildren. He was…
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