Our focus is on teaching meditation and mindfulness as simple, practical skills.
We’ll teach you how and why meditation works, introduce you to a wide range of techniques that you can use on the go – wherever and whenever you are – and help you find innovative ways to adapt meditation to your own needs. Meditation practiced this way is surprisingly easy and enjoyable.
Melbourne's Meditation Specialists
Multiple Venues across Melbourne & Geelong
Tools for contemporary living
Techniques Based on Science & Psychology
Meditation AND Mindfulness
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Get to sleep more quickly. Enjoy a good night’s rest. Stay relaxed when you wake up at 2am.
Access a sense of calm, peace and balance, whenever you need to.
Relieve headaches, reduce muscular tension and learn to manage chronic pain.
Reduce feelings of depression, anxiety, anger and confusion.
Reduction in Chronic Pain
Lower Blood Pressure
Some years ago now I attended your Basic Meditation course. Needless to say I found the course incredibly helpful and the techniques I learnt are still useful to this day.Claire T.
Since completing the Melbourne Meditation Centre’s Basic Meditation Course, I have recommended it to many of my patients. Why? Not only does the course teach a range of practical techniques that help to reduce stress and anxiety, it is firmly grounded in medical research and evidence. Highly recommended.Dr Amanda Osborne,
Thanks for a great course and for giving me such effective meditation techniques. I really enjoyed the sessions and the way you conducted them. Perfect time of the day to go home feeling exceptionally refreshed and human.Nola B.
What to expect from the Melbourne Meditation Centre
Simple & Practical
Meditations you can do anywhere. Meditations you can do anytime. Meditations you can integrate into your working day. No incense, cushions or chanting required!
You might have serious reasons for wanting to meditate, but we believe you’ll learn best through innovative, engaging classes that allow exploration, lively discussion and plenty of laughs.
What the doctor says
Forty years of neuroscience research has shown that meditation ‘grows’ the brain in areas that relate to efficient study. It enhances the ability to focus and retain and retrieve information, reduces stress and anxiety and encourages metacognition.
Options for Everyone
We’ve taught meditation in hospitals and schools, to doctors, lawyers and the police. Wherever you are, it’s not too late to meditate.