Meditation is the state of unity of mind, body, and spirit. This unity mirrors the oneness in the Universe. To attain this state, the great sage Patanjali taught the “Ashtanga Yoga Sutra” (The eight limbs of yoga). Meditation is the path to inward, whether you seek calm and peace or spiritual fulfillment. Three key elements determine the benefits of your practice: devotion, patience, and persistence. Experience the joy of this union with me.

Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness is the modern term for “awareness”. While the practice originated in Buddhism, it is practiced in secular ways worldwide. It involves cultivating present-moment awareness of thoughts, emotions, and sensations, often using the breath as an anchor. I encourage practicing without being focused on the benefits. Mindfulness is excellent for beginners seeking stress reduction and increased focus, the benefits of mindfulness meditation, such as reduced stress and improved focus, are enduring byproducts that come naturally with regular practice.

Who is it for?: Beginners, anyone seeking stress reduction and increased focus.
Ease of Practice: Easy to moderate.
Benefits: Reduces stress and anxiety, improves focus and attention, increases self-awareness, enhances emotional regulation, cultivates a sense of calm and well-being.

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Vipassana Meditation

Vipassana, meaning “to see things as they really are,” is a traditional Buddhist meditation technique that involves systematically observing bodily sensations to gain insights into the impermanent nature of reality. This non-sectarian practice is open to people of all faiths and offers a deep understanding of truth, reality, and purification of the mind from impurities. Ideal for individuals seeking deep self-transformation and spiritual growth.

Who is it for?: Individuals seeking deep self-transformation and spiritual growth.
Ease of Practice: Moderate to advanced, often requires guidance or retreat setting.
Benefits: Increases self-awareness, cultivates compassion and equanimity, reduces suffering, leads to profound insights into the nature of reality.

Contemplative Meditation

This powerful inquiry-based practice utilizes a heightened state of awareness. Contemplative meditation involves focusing on a single object, idea, or question to gain deeper understanding and insight. It can be used to explore philosophical or spiritual questions, cultivate gratitude, or develop compassion. It’s a powerful tool for personal growth, clarity, and self-discovery.

Who is it for?: Individuals seeking personal growth, clarity, and answers to life’s questions.
Ease of Practice: Easy to moderate, can be adapted to various levels of experience.
Benefits: Enhances focus and concentration, cultivates wisdom and insight, promotes self-reflection and self-discovery, deepens spiritual connection.

Antaha Retreat

Antaha Retreat is an immersive experience designed to guide you through a profound exploration of self-discovery and well-being. By delving into the questions “Who are you?”, “Where are you?”, and “Where do you belong?”, you’ll cultivate greater self-awareness, reduce experience of isolation, loneliness, and foster a deeper connection with yourself and others. This retreat utilizes a combination of mindfulness, Vipassana, and Raja Yoga techniques to create a transformative experience.

Who is it for?: Anyone seeking to overcome loneliness, reduce stress, or deepen their self-understanding.
Ease of Practice: Suitable for all levels, from beginners to experienced meditators.

  • Increased self-awareness and self-acceptance
  • Reduced stress, anxiety, and negative emotions
  • Enhanced emotional regulation and resilience
  • Greater clarity and purpose in life
  • Deeper connection with self and others
  • Live a life of emotional, social, and spiritual fulfillment.

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Raja Yoga

Raja yoga is part of Patanjali’s Ashtanga yoga system, which includes spiritual meditation practices in the 6th and 7th limbs, known as Dhyana (concentration) and Samadhi (absorption). This comprehensive system combines ethical disciplines, physical postures (asanas), breath control (pranayama), and meditation to achieve self-realization. It focuses on quieting the mind, cultivating inner peace, and connecting with one’s true nature. Suitable for individuals seeking a holistic approach to personal and spiritual growth.

Who is it for?: Individuals seeking a holistic approach to personal and spiritual growth.
Ease of Practice: Moderate to advanced, often requires instruction and commitment.
Benefits: Calms the mind, cultivates inner peace, enhances focus and concentration, promotes self-discipline and self-awareness, facilitates spiritual awakening.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We offer a variety of meditation courses catering to different levels and interests, including:

Mindfulness Meditation: A foundational course focusing on cultivating present-moment awareness.
Antaha Retreat: A deeper dive into holistic well-being practices, incorporating mindfulness, emotional awareness, and self-discovery.
Raja Yoga: An advanced course exploring the eight limbs of this ancient system, including ethical principles, physical postures, breathwork, and deep meditation.

For more details on each program, please see our individual brochure available for download.

You can easily register for a course by clicking on the enroll button under each course. Follow the instructions to complete your registration and payment.

The cost shared is for the online program and varies depending on the course. Please refer to our individual course section for specific pricing information.

Our courses are delivered online, with live sessions, recorded session can be accessed for those who miss the session for any reason.

Live sessions are conducted via video conferencing platforms (like Zoom or Google Meet). You'll receive a link to join the session prior to its scheduled time. During the live sessions, you can interact with the instructor and other participants, ask questions, and participate in discussions.

Yes, recordings of the live sessions will be available for you to watch at your convenience. After each session link to the recorded session will be emailed to you.

No prior experience is required. Our courses are designed for beginners as well as those with prior meditation experience. Each course description specifies the recommended level of experience.

No, our meditation practices are secular and open to people of all faiths and beliefs. We respect everyone's cultural and religious backgrounds.

The specific timings for the sessions will be discussed after you sign up, taking into consideration the preferences of the learning group and instructor availability.

You will be part of a learning group practicing together. Depending on your preference, you can choose to participate in online or offline group sessions.

To participate in the live online sessions, you'll need a stable internet connection, a computer or mobile device with a webcam, and speakers or headphones.

After you signup, an email will be sent to you for confirmation of your enrollment. Within 24 hours, you will be hearing from your program manager to discuss your preferences, timings and any other assistance you may need.

After you sign up, you would be assigned a dedicated program manager to discuss the timings, session information or any other questions you may have. The program manager will be with you through the length of the program. If you have more questions, feel free to email us at