Reasons people
come to Vedic Meditation
  • Have failed at other forms of meditation
  • Experiencing stress, anxiety or depression
  • Want to be less reactive in situations and choose to “Respond”
  • To access greater creativity
  • To boost performance in the workplace or school
  • To gain a sense of connection to ourselves - or for some beyond ourselves
  • To have stability in this constant changing world

Benefits Of Vedic Meditation

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    Reduce Stress & Anxiety

    One of the greatest killers of people on the planet today can be drastically reduced and totally dissolved with just 20 minutes a day of Vedic Meditation. VM creates a level of rest far deeper than sleep, resulting in the release of tension and reducing stress and anxiety.
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    The science is quite compelling as to the neurological benefits meditation offers, and greater happiness is one of the brilliant by products of this practice. Over time you find your happiness continues to grow and grow.
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    Improved Health

    With the reduction of stress you also increase your health, there are many scientific case studies on the benefits of this simple practice reducing the risk of stress related disease.
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    Better Relationships

    Through meditation we become more centered in ourselves which also gives us the greater ability to connect deeper with others. To be able to listen, appreciate and empathize which in turn will create better and deeper relationships.
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    Well Being

    Giving yourself 20 minutes a day, to sit in this wonderful practice is like a 20 minute holiday from our daily schedules which brings the added benefit of a sense of calm and well being.
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    Less Reactive

    There have been case studies where inmates learnt meditation in some of the toughest jails in the world, with a violent inmate saying it helped him to pause for one second before acting. That can be the difference for some between making bad decisions and great ones. Meditation gives us the ability to access our higher intellect over our emotions when needed.
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    Sense of Self

    The mind is constantly searching for the next item of distraction which can make it hard for us as humans to really get to the heart of who we are. Sitting in your stillness twice a day you start to really hear and attune yourself to the voice beyond the ego mind. Strengthening your connection to your true sense of self.
Why Meditate

In the modern world, we are processing the equivalent information in 1 day that our ancestors 250 years ago did in a whole year.

It is no wonder a lot of us are experiencing overwhelm and stress. Meditation is shown to help slow down the mind and therefore the body.
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Level Of Our Minds

The reason most find meditation a challenge is

due to techniques where we are trying to calm the

mind against the incessant chatter
The 3 main forms of meditation and why Vedic Meditation is so easy
There are many types of meditation which fall into primarily 3 main categories.
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The similarity
Both concentrative & contemplative forms of meditation are using the surface level of our minds such as site, breath, feelings, emotions.
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Vedic Meditation takes us beneath

the surface of the mind and into the

deeper layers of calm and quiet
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The Difference
With VM we are neither concentrating nor contemplating. We use a Mantra (translation is Mannas - Mind, Tra - Vehicle so it is a vehicle of the mind).

The mantras we use in Vedic Meditation are known as Bija Mantras (seed mantras) which have no meaning. As if the mantras meant something we would be using the right side of the brain by contemplating.
We are not concentrating on the mantra either as then we would be concentrating.

You will learn a particular technique that is scientifically shown to activate both hemispheres of the brain.

Vedic Meditation is also shown to reduce our metabolic rate (your functioning energy rate) by 24% during meditation compared to just dropping by 8% during sleep. So we are getting 2-5 times greater rest than sleep.

Thanks to this deep, calm, state of rest we remove the stresses and pressures of life. In turn, we get access to a host of other benefits.
Where is it from?
Vedic Meditation was cognized in ancient India over 5,000 years ago.

It is a practice that is not religious or a philosophy. It is a tool to live a happier, calmer life with no need to change any belief systems or dietary requirements.
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How to learn
In order to learn the Vedic meditation technique, we suggest you become orientated with the practice. For convenience (as we know the time restraints we all have) there are 3 ways you can do this:

1: Review the website
2: Attend a complimentary information night (dates listed below)
3: Call us on 0405 240 688 and we’d be happy to talk with you about it

NOTE: If you have attended a talk or already know you want to learn Vedic Meditation and want to dive into the next course just click here to select dates that work for you.

Firstly you can learn this technique in a group format or in a private format (if you wish to learn privately click here)

The technique is taught over 4 sessions (between 60-90 minutes each).

Is a 1-1 course where Rich will perform a short ceremony (called a Puja), this is like bowing when you walk into a martial arts studio. After this, you will receive your personalised mantra and the procedure on how to use it properly.

Are group sessions whereby we further refine the practice. You will walk away with a comprehensive understanding of how to be a self-sufficient meditator thanks to knowing what is going on within your body and your mind during the practice, and all the possible scenarios you may encounter.

These are fun, dynamic and informative sessions where we also complete each session with a group meditation.


Access to regular follow-up meetings
A private follow up check-in session (either in person or via online meeting)
Access to take a refresher course in the future at no cost.
My support as a teacher dedicated to ensuring you’re getting the full benefit out of the practice.
Access to meetings and group meditations (with myself and other Vedic meditation teachers)


Unlike most classes and apps, Vedic Meditation is taught so that you develop a self-sufficient practice (a life-enhancing tool ). You also get lifetime membership to Vedic Meditation ongoing support and group meditations.

Primary Students $250
Concession – $550 — or 2 installments of $280 — or 10 fortnightly payments of $60
Standard – $900 — or 3 installments of $305 — or 10 fortnightly payments of $95
Couple, the 2nd person charged at $550

    “I just did my Vedic Meditation course with Rich on the weekend. The process is as easy as he said and I have been meditating twice a day for the last 3 days and I am already feeling more at peace and grateful.”

    – Christophe Domergue
    Art and Design


    “Learning this form of meditation has been life changing for me. Vedic Meditation will reduce the stress you experience and in turn help prevent stress related disease and pain syndromes. I suffer from an autoimmune disease that is exacerbated by stress and this has been a game changer for my health.”

    – Melissa MacDonald

  • Live In The Now!

    A big thank you, we all enjoyed it so much and I know that it will be such a blessing to have this form of meditation in our lives. I already feel calm, cool and collected and remembering how important it is to “Live In The Now!”

    – Sonya Johnson

  • I love the simplicity of it

    “Vedic meditation is accessible and achievable for everyone. It’s effortless and effective, with palpable benefits within a couple of days. I love the simplicity of it. It takes all pressure off so that you actually look forward to the next session. A twice-daily ritual that becomes a life-changing practice.”

    – Amy Arnell