The course in Vedic Meditation consists of four 90 minute sessions over four consecutive days either in a group setting or privately. Convenient session times are offered to accommodate students' schedules and there are often multiple times to choose from. A sequential amount of knowledge is offered over four sessions so it's important to attend all four to complete the course. Afterwards, students can expect to be completely self-sufficient in the practice.


To register for any of the courses below (either in a group setting or privately), please select an option from the drop down menu and you'll be taken to a secure registration page to pay for your course in advance.

The guideline for one's course fee is traditionally based on yearly income and on the fundamental integrity of each student. For more on this tradition of equitable exchange, please visit MDT8's FAQ page.


FOUR SESSION COURSE: Sept 21st - 24th, 2018

FOUR SESSION COURSE: Sept 28th - Oct 1st, 2018

FOUR SESSION COURSE: Oct 5th - 8th, 2018


FOUR SESSION COURSE: Nov 18th - 21st, 2018

FOUR SESSION COURSE: Nov 25th - 28th, 2018


FOUR SESSION COURSE: Dates Forthcoming

A TED-style lecture on the benefits of Vedic Meditation:


MDT8 offers one-hour lectures with question / answer sessions designed for anyone interested in learning more about Vedic Meditation. We'll discuss the technique’s origins, an overview of the mechanics of the practice itself, its benefits (including reduction of stress and an increase in energy and peace of mind), and how to learn. While students won't learn the technique itself during this lecture, the talk is an excellent way to learn more. Private introductory talks for individuals, families, or businesses can also be arranged. For inquiries, please make contact here.


From Apple, Google, Yahoo, HBO, Nike and Target to Whole Foods, General Mills, AstraZeneca, AOL Time Warner and Relativity Media, meditation in the workplace is the ultimate in organizational development and evolution. The National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health finds that stress-related ailments cost companies about $200 billion a year in increased absenteeism, tardiness, and the loss of talented workers. Between 70% to 90% of employee hospital visits are linked to stress. And job tension is directly tied to a lack of productivity and loss of competitive edge.

MDT8 offers courses for small and large businesses alike, training employees in the effortless practice of Vedic Meditation. The training facilitates in the work place supreme levels of stress reduction, increased productivity, a greater capacity for collaboration, and a calmer, more efficient environment. To book a course or for inquiries, please make contact here.