TM Courses

Transcendental Meditation Courses January - July 2018

The first step in taking a course in TM is to come along to one our introductory talks. These are free briefing sessions.  We hold them routinely on Wednesdays at either 10.30am or 2.30pm and 7pm but booking is essential.   While these sessions are a prerequisite to enrolling on a course there is no obligation to learn.   Please feel free to invite friends.  Book on-line

TM Course Dates:

Saturday 20 – Tuesday 23 January
Saturday 3 - Tuesday 6 February
Saturday 17 - Tuesday 20 February
Saturday 24 - Tuesday 27 February
Saturday 3 - Tuesday 6 March
Saturday 17 - Tuesday 20 March
Saturday 24 - Tuesday 27 March - Dundee
Friday 30 - Monday 2 April – Easter
Monday 2 - Thursday 5 April - Children’s Course
Saturday 14 - Tuesday 17 April
Monday 23 – Thursday 26 April
Saturday 5 - Tuesday 8 May
Saturday 19 - Tuesday 22 May
Saturday 9 - Tuesday 12 June
Sunday 23 - Wednesday 26 June
Saturday 7 - Tuesday 10 July
Tuesday 21- Friday 24 July

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About the course:

Transcendental Meditation is a very specific technique and is only learned one-to-one from a trained, experienced and authorised Transcendental Meditation teacher. The first session is by personal instruction at a convenient time usually on a Saturday. Meditation classes follow this over the next three consecutive days, usually on Sunday morning and after work on Monday and Tuesday. Each session lasts approximately one and a half hours. We also run weekday courses, please contact us to arrange.


The Transcendental Meditation course comes with extensive follow-up and personal support. After you’ve completed your course, Teachers remain available to provide further guidance and facilitate deeper understanding of the practice.   It is flexible and optional. After the initial four-day course you will feel confident to meditate at home on your own.

The follow-up programme includes:

·      Personal checking of your meditation, arranged according to your schedule.
·      Group sessions: Yoga and meditation sessions:
·      Breathing technique (pranayama), and a simple sequence of yoga postures to further maximise the effectiveness of your meditation practice.

What then?

You have learned a technique, not become part of a group or organization. However, we are here to support you in your practice and therefore provide a comprehensive support programme, comprising group meditations and knowledge meetings, weekend courses and advanced techniques for those who wish to take their personal development further.

Useful Links

What if I'm not a Joiner?
So I don't have to follow a guru or spiritual teaching?
Who was Maharishi - What is his role in TM?
Do you need a teacher to learn how to meditate?
Why it is important to learn meditation from a certified teacher?

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