Relaxing meditative scene
Introduction to Meditation

Vedic Meditation

The individually customised technique facilitates a very deep level of rest. As a result, any accumulated tension, stress and fatigue dissolves and we feel a sense of rejuvenation throughout mind and body. 

We have more energy and creative flow, better concentration and efficiency, a greater sense of joy and happiness, improved relationships, significantly improved health and more awareness.

Life is simply better - richer, fuller and more expansive.

 

Our team offers a unique and specialist approach to the art of meditation in London.

Courses in London

Upcoming Intro Talks

Upcoming Meditation Courses

If you can't make the above, see here for more course & talk dates.

You can also check out our course dates in Brighton.

  • "Meditation is now moving into the boardroom, with studies showing that it improves concentration. Workers are now being encouraged to tune in and chill out." Daily Telegraph (March 2010)
  • "Meditation being used in hospitals and schools. ….Studies suggest the practice can ease pain, improve concentration and immune function, lower blood pressure, curb anxiety and insomnia, and possibly even help prevent depression."USA Today (Aug 2009)
  • "Meditation is no longer just for the groovy folk. A just published study in the American Journal of Hypertension suggests the practice may bring cardiovascular and mental-health benefits… subjects in the meditation group who were at increased risk for hypertension significantly lowered their blood pressure."US News (Nov 2009)
  • "No matter what your circumstances are, you can benefit from learning meditation."Daily Telegraph (Nov 2011)
  • "Recent research has shown that meditation is good for the brain. It appears to increase grey matter, improve the immune system, reduce stress and promote a sense of wellbeing."New York Times (2007)
  • "Meditating does more than just feel good and calm you down, it makes you perform better."New Scientist (Nov 2005)
  • "Meditation can cut the risk of heart attack, stroke, and death by almost 50% in patients with existing coronary heart disease, according to a new clinical trial. The findings indicate that relaxation and mental focusing can be as effective as powerful new drugs in treating heart disease."Science Now (Nov 2009)
  • "The practice of meditation has entered the mainstream as people try to find ways to combat stress and improve their quality of life."The Telegraph (Nov 2011)
  • "Meditation offers relief from self pre-occupation and is one of the few tools for creating a durable boost in happines."Scientific American (July 2011)
  • "Meditation is gaining new respect among neurologists, psychiatrists and others who study the brain. An increasing volume of scientific study is not only showing that meditation helps reduce stress, but is offering some physiological clues about why it might be beneficial to the body and brain."Nurse.com (Feb 2010)
  • "Essentially meditation….enables people to let go of the brain’s “busyness”. The result is a state of deep relaxation and a tranquil mind."The Telegraph (Oct 2012)
  • "Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."World Health organisation (Apr 1948)