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What is Vedic Meditation

Vedic Meditation is an easy and natural technique that de-excites the mind and rests the body, a rest 5x deeper than our deepest level of sleep. As the mind settles, the body follows - allowing the body to release stress and fatigue. 


Unlike other meditations which require concentration or contemplation and in result keep the mind at the active thinking layer, Vedic Meditation allows for the mind to quiet and experience inner serenity. 

It’s practiced with your eyes closed, sitting comfortably, for 20 minutes twice daily. I know - who has that time! But soon you’ll go from, “how do I fit this in?” to “let’s fit everything else around my meditation.” And honestly, you’ll have more energy to fit in more.

How Can I Learn

Step 1

Sign-up for a free, 30-minute introductory talk, either in person or on Zoom. It’s a casual talk where you’ll learn more about the practice, its benefits and what to expect on the course. I’ll answer any questions you may have. There’s no obligation to take the course.

Step 2

Vedic Meditation is taught in-person, over 4 consecutive days, for 60-90 minutes each day. By the end of the course, you’ll have mastered the technique and will be a self-sufficient meditator.

Step 3

Enjoy a lifetime of support to help you stay consistent with your meditation practice. Attend free weekly group meditations with me or any other Vedic Meditation teacher. Retake the course as many times as you’d like.

Course Fee

If after attending an intro talk, you decide to learn to meditate, there is a one-time course fee.

Where do I teach?

The 4 day course is taught in person at my home in South Pasadena. I also teach 4 times a year in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Private courses are also taught, if you’d rather learn in the comfort of your own home.

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