Vedic Meditation Courses in London

You have a busy mind that won’t switch off, and it’s exhausting. Sometimes your mental chatter keeps you up at night. You want to feel more clear-headed, sleep better and enjoy more of life. Our Vedic Meditation course in London can help.

Vedic Meditation settles your mind and de-excites your nervous system. And benefits come quickly. Within days, our students often report that they feel calmer, have more energy and are sleeping better.

Our course can help if you want to:

  • Calm your mind easily and effectively
  • Sleep better and wake up feeling refreshed
  • Feel sharper and more productive
  • Have more energy so you can do more
  • Enjoy meditating, even if you’ve found it difficult in the past
  • Feel better in days, not months
Meditation Courses In London

"Before the course, I found it difficult to find a technique that resonates with me. I'd tried focusing on the breath, picturing a flower, candle, and yet they felt like shallow practices, not diving deep enough for my perfectionist needs.

I find this meditation extremely powerful and feel the benefits right away! It's impressive, I'm amazed."

Sandra Simion - Vedic Meditation For Stress In London

Sandra Simion

Project Executive

What makes Vedic Meditation different?

It's easy – even if you have a busy mind. And benefits are felt quickly.

Many of our students come to Vedic Meditation after trying mindfulness or other forms of meditation. They might have struggled to find the time to practise, or they might have felt they ‘failed’ because they couldn’t calm their thoughts.

They're drawn to Vedic Meditation because it’s so simple, it takes just 20 minutes and it works quickly. Most people report benefits within the first few days.

There’s no need to ‘calm your monkey mind’ or clear your head – your mantra does the hard work for you, by settling your mind and allowing the body to achieve deep rest in minutes.

How does it work?

When you learn Vedic Meditation, you receive a personalised mantra. Your mantra settles your mind and helps you to achieve a state of deep rest. So you finish the meditation feeling refreshed and alert.

There’s no need for books or apps, special cushions or accessories. And you can practise Vedic Meditation anywhere. You don’t need a quiet space; many people meditate on the train, at the airport, in the back of an Uber, or during their commute on the tube.

Who Learns It?

There are many reasons why people decide to take this class. Some students have trouble sleeping. Others find that their thoughts keep racing; they want to calm the mental chatter. All of my students have one thing in common – they want to feel better, quickly.

Here are the types of reasons people give for joining a course:

  • I don’t want to feel tired all the time
  • I struggle to focus at work
  • I don’t feel as sharp as I used to
  • I want to fall asleep easier and sleep better
  • I can’t switch off in the evening – my thoughts keep racing
  • I feel stressed all the time; even little things can play on my mind for hours
  • I’m such a worrier
  • I’ve tried mindfulness and other types of meditation, but nothing worked

Vedic Meditators come from all walks of life. They’re business people, artists, actors, sportspeople and parents.

You may be wanting to make significant changes to your life. Or you might simply want to feel less tired and frazzled. Either way, this course could help you.

Vedic Meditation is easy to learn, and it’s easy to fit into everyday life. Get in touch for a free talk to have your questions answered.

What benefits do people report?

Most students report several improvements after the course.

The most common benefits are increased energy, reduced stress, improved sleep and a greater ability to focus. But lots more come up, from better decision making to increased creativity.

Within a few days of meditating, people often say they're getting more done, because they feel sharper and more productive. They feel energised, which makes them more effective at work and more available in their personal relationships. As one student told me, "I have a lot more focus and energy. My relationship with my partner is better because I’m not as tired."

Benefits of Vedic Meditation

Feel Better Quickly

Refreshes both mind & body

Sleep Better

Improves Sleep

Reduce Stress

Calms the Mind

Gain Energy

Increases Energy

Creativity Benefit

Reduces Anxiety

Productivity Benefit

Gives Greater Clarity & Focus

How soon are these benefits felt?

Benefits are felt quickly. Our students often report improvements during the four-day course. And the benefits increase over time. They’re also long-lasting. People tend to feel better rested, more alert and more switched on for several hours after their morning meditation.

Why learn with Mira?

I’m a professionally trained, experienced Vedic Meditation teacher. I’ve received rigorous training in England and India to enable students to achieve their goals. This is my full-time work – I dedicate my time to supporting my students. I keep class sizes small, so there’s plenty of individual support. And I will continue to support you, for free, after the course. This includes your pass to my regular group meditation sessions. Find out what my students have to say.

How Vedic Meditation is different - Vedic Meditation Courses in London

"I had been struggling with my sleep for over two years. After the course, I found that it took me less time to fall asleep. And I didn’t dread going to bed anymore. I also found myself looking forward to my meditation because of the immediate increase of energy levels, clarity of mind and focus that I experienced."

Myrta Galache - Meditation for Sleep in London

Myrta Galache

Behaviour Analyst

Vedic Meditation is easy, and benefits come quickly. Get in touch for a free talk, where I explain how it works and answer your questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I can’t meditate?

Before starting the course, many students are worried that they won’t be able to meditate. Once they learn the technique, they are surprised by how easy it is.

If you’re reading this, then you can follow the simple instructions and succeed at Vedic Meditation. Your mantra does the work for you. It’s effortless.

What is the Vedic Meditation mantra?

Your mantra is a sound, rather than a word or phrase. I’ve been trained to assign your own personalised mantra to you, so it’s one of the things I’ll give you during the course. It’s important to get this mantra right. While the mantra does the work for you, it’s not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ sound.

I don’t have time to meditate.

When you lead a busy life, the thought of fitting anything else in can be daunting. Vedic Meditation takes 20 minutes, twice a day. The great thing about this meditation is the increased energy and alertness it can give you for hours afterwards. Meditators usually feel that they can achieve more after meditating. For many people, that means getting more work done in less time.

Can I learn Vedic Meditation at home?

Vedic Meditation is effortless, but you do need to learn it from an experienced teacher. It’s important that you’re given the mantra that will be most effective for you and taught how to use it correctly. You’ll start meditating on day one. By the time you finish the course, you’ll have gained a vital, life-long technique.

I’ll explain more about the course in the introductory talk.

Our Vedic Meditation Courses in London

Where and when are courses held?

Classes are taught in convenient locations in central London, in Oxford Circus or on the edge of Zone 1. You’ll learn Vedic Meditation over four sessions. Each session lasts two hours. Most of my students are busy professionals, so I offer courses at different times of the day, seven days a week.

If you prefer, we can arrange a private course. This means that you can choose the most convenient day, time and location for you. You can either learn Vedic Meditation with me on a one-to-one basis, or with a small group of friends, family members or colleagues.

When is the next course?

Courses are held regularly, at different days and times. Here are the upcoming course dates:

  • Friday 25th – Monday 28th June
  • Friday 16th – Monday 19th July

How much does the course cost?

The course fee is based on a sliding scale, as this makes it accessible to people with different means. Your one-time investment covers the four-day course and ongoing support for life. I’ll explain more at the introductory talk.

How do I book onto a course?

The first step is to attend a free introductory talk, either in person or online. You’ll learn more about Vedic Meditation and I’ll answer any questions you might have. After that, we can get you booked onto a Vedic Meditation course in London on a date that suits you.

Needing less sleep

I've been meditating with Mira since March 2020 and it has made a significant improvement in my life since. Mira is a very knowledgeable person and can break down the spiritual and science to a fundamental level which makes logical sense and is easy for anyone to understand. 

I've found that I'm more energetic, generally feel healthier, less stressed and have better relationships with the people in my life. After a few months I've found that I require less sleep too, about an hour less every day. I've also found that I'm more in touch with my body and know what my body needs to a high degree.

Pavan Patel - Vedic Meditation for Sleep in London

Pavan Patel

Engineer

"I have more energy"

I was fortunate enough to attend one of Mira's courses this summer and have been very happy with the results. I had been searching for the right approach and the right person to help with this for some time, and I definitely found what I was looking for. Mira created a great learning environment and the course was highly practical and informative.

I have found that I have more energy, especially into the evening. I am also sleeping much better. 2020 has been a challenging year and it has been great to be able to use meditation as a counterbalance.

Yusef Mills - Vedic Meditation for Sleep in London

Yusef Mills

Field Sales Manager

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Contact me for a free introductory talk. I'll explain all about meditation and answer your questions.