Less doing, more being.

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What is Vedic Meditation?

Vedic Meditation is a simple, effortless and ancient technique that stems from the 5000-year-old body of wisdom know as the Veda. The technique is easy, even for the busiest of minds. We sit comfortably, close the eyes and silently use a mantra or personal sound that allows the mind to naturally settle down to quieter and more subtle states. This settling of the mind triggers profound levels of rest in the body, much deeper than sleep.

Most people have tried to meditate at some point and when faced with the onslaught of thoughts decided, "I can't meditate, my mind is just too busy". The good news is that when practicing Vedic Meditation we don’t need to remove thoughts, we simply let the mantra do the work. This technique is designed for everyday people like you and me, who have busy minds and lives. Anyone can learn and anyone can benefit.


Why should I meditate?

Reduce stress

The deep levels of rest achieved in meditation allow the body to unwind, process and release stored stress that may have been present in the body for years. As we let go of stress we start to experience a range of mental, physical, and social benefits. To name just a few:

·       Increased clarity of mind and focus

·       Ability to stay calm and perform under pressure

·       Improved problem solving and decision making

·       Reduced stress, anxiety and fatigue

·       Increased energy, improved sleep

·       Enhanced immune function and overall health

·       Enhanced creativity

·       Greater emotional intelligence and improved relationships

Expand the mind

“As you are, so you see.”

People have long used meditation as a tool for expanding the mind. The quality of your mind informs the quality of your life. Our state of mind determines our own unique reality. Everything we experience in life is filtered through our individual lens of perception. What’s interesting is that our state of consciousness is not a finite, unchangeable thing. When we meditate consistently, over time we drop the underlying stresses that inhibit our full mental potential. Perception increases and the lens with which we experience the world begins to expand.



The primary motivation for most things in life is greater happiness. It’s natural; the mind is geared to constantly seek it. When we meditate we give the mind an experience of inner fulfillment. Repeatedly experiencing this inner state begins to colour our outer experience. Many meditators report feeling happier and more fulfilled.



How do I learn?

The course consists of 4 x 90 minute sessions taught over 4 consecutive days.

On the first day you’ll be given your mantra and taught how to effortlessly dive into the meditation experience. The next 3 sessions are all about refining your technique.  You’ll learn the mechanics of how Vedic Meditation works, what’s happening in the mind and body when you meditate and how best to optimize your practice at home. By the end of the course you’ll be a self-sufficient meditator with a practice you can do anywhere, anytime.


After the course?

After the course you’ll have access to lifetime support. Free group meditations, email follow up, a private call to check in and see how you’re going with your practice, plus the option to sit the course again no cost if you ever want a refresher.


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Course Investment

Group course

Individual contribution -  $990

Full-time Uni student - $880

High school student - $660


Prefer to learn on your own or with a bunch of friends?

Private, corporate, family and couples courses are also available. We can arrange a course to suit you. Please contact me for course fees and dates.


Course format

Beginners Course in Vedic Meditation

Courses normally run Thursday - Sunday in the following format


Thursday : 7:00 - 8:30pm

Friday : 7:00 – 8:30pm

Saturday : 3:00pm – 4:30pm

Sunday : 10:00am – 11:30am


Check out our calendar for upcoming courses.

Can’t see dates that work for you? Don’t be shy; get in touch for alternative course dates and options.