COURSE SCHEDULE

 

 

Free Introduction to Meditation Talks:

You need to come to an Intro Talk before joining the basic course in meditation. Talks are at different venues in central Manhattan and we’ll send you the full address when you register.

     

    Register for a talk

     


     

    MEDITATION COURSES

    After attending an Intro Talk, you can join a course. Each session is two hours, over four days in a row.

       


       

      Group Meditations

      If you’ve already taken the basic course, come along to these free drop-in sessions.

         


         

        Advanced Techniques Course

          Anyone who has been practicing Vedic Meditation regularly for one year is eligible to receive training in Advanced Techniques. These techniques are designed to deepen the meditation experience and refine the senses of perception. This results in more deep, subtle and fascinating experiences inside and outside of meditation. More details

           


           

          Exploring the Veda

          2016–2017 series

            Exploring the Veda is a unique six-weekend course. You get both theoretical understanding of the Veda and also practical application in daily life. This knowledge allows you to attune your awareness to the ongoing and ever-changing laws of nature. Then you experience more frictionlessness and cognize the right response to the personal and collective need of the time. More details

             


             

            Weekend Rounding Retreat

            Next dates TBD

            These weekend retreats are always very popular. They are a fantastic way to develop your meditation practice to bring about a step-change in awareness. This intensive program is complimented by in-depth knowledge meetings and delicious Ayurvedic food. A long weekend like this will allow for a level of rest and purification equivalent to many months of normal ‘at home’ meditation. Space is limited so if you know these dates work for you then please book straight away. More details