Transcending where you are into Wellness
Vedic Meditation is a unique and very simple practice born in India, which takes an innovative approach to achieve mental and physical relaxation through meditation and yoga. By practicing few simple steps on a daily basis you will feel refreshed and renewed. We provide our clients with a variety of options when it comes managing their overall health, nutrition, and wellness. Make the positive lifestyle change you’ve been wanting; see what Vedic Meditation has to offer you.
What is Vedic Meditation?
Vedic meditation is a set of techniques created by Indian Masters that invoke or inspire direct spiritual experiences, independently of your spiritual belief or philosophy of life. The core objective is to achieve a balance in life and fulfillment on everything you do and desire. The origin of this meditation tradition is based on knowledge transmuted through many generations and described in the ancient Hindu books known as the Vedas.
Simplicity at the core
Vedic meditation is a very simple and effortless method which only requires your daily commitment twice a day for 20 minutes each time. During that period you just need to sit comfortably, close your eyes and use a mantra or sound to trigger deeper states of relaxation.
Results will be observed within few days
One of the main characteristics of this method is that within few days you will start observing a decrease in the levels of stress and its chemistry while observing a simultaneous surge in your levels of happiness and relaxation.
You deserve only the Best
We firmly believe that this technique will provide you not only with a complete set of skills to use in your daily life but also with deep and profound knowledge. The teacher from whom we have this meditation, Guru Deva (Swami Brahmananda Saraswati) always highlighted "You deserved the best. Never feel unworthy or not justified in having the best. I tell you, this is your heritage; but you have to accept it. You have to expected, you have to claim it. To do so is not demanding too much"