Beginner's Meditation Course
This Meditation technique is non religious and comprised of information from the Vedas - ancient wisdom texts from India. It is ideal for busy people with even busier minds.
This self sufficient practice is non religious and is specifically for busy people dealing with the stress of everyday life. It is taught by highly trained teachers (over 6,500 hours requirement each) in person, over 4 sessions and includes lifetime follow up programs.
- Reduces Blood Pressure
- Improves Cardiovascular Health
- Brings Deep Rest for the Body (2-5x than sleep)
- Enhanced Immunity
- Energy Boost
- Clarity of Mind Improvement
- Reduced substance abuse
- Non Religious Belief Conflict
- Specific kids practice available to all guardians/parents that learned (after 3 months)
Vedic Meditation, taught by Aware Meditation, is designed with a structure to be practiced twice a day, for twenty minutes while sitting comfortably. It is taught in person by a trained teacher over a series of 4 sessions, over 4 consecutive days.
The course includes:
- Over 8 hours of in-person teaching
- 21-day meditation follow up program
- Lifetime beginner practice follow up program
- Free refresher courses
- Eligibility to advanced courses and retreats
A one time all inclusive donation is given in exchange for learning which supports our non profit.
Donation for learning is on a sliding scale based upon each individual's circumstances. This is explained in our FREE first session.
Children of meditators are eligible to learn a special technique after a parental figure has been meditating for three months at no financial cost.
Work Exchange Program
Those who are unable to afford the donation may work in exchange for learning or participate in our outreach programs.
"Started my training in Vedic Meditation this week with Paula Newman. What a delight she has been through the process. I always felt safe, comfortable and well informed on the details of how to properly integrate the practice into my everyday routine. Huge benefits right away! I would recommend this practice for anyone in the meditation community and also for the individual looking to bring meditation into their lives."
- Geoffrey J.D. Payne