What will you learn in our meditation classes?

Our introductory classes typically consist of 4-6 weekday evenings, a weekend intensive or a short introductory talk. Each workshop is a thorough and very strong introduction to meditation with lots of practice and clear instruction. Appropriate for beginning or experienced meditators.

The introductory classes cover the following topics:

  • Meditation and its goals
  • Relaxation, breathing exercises and concentration
  • Meditation on the heart center
  • Mantra and the power of soulful music
  • Aids in establishing regular practice
  • Inner growth and integrating the benefits of meditation in our every day life

 

In tune with the teaching of our founder, Sri Chinmoy, all classes are free of charge.

More information is available on our Frequently asked questions page and on our info line (206)-322-2600.


Our instructors

Daulot Fountain_0.JPGDaulot Fountain. Daulot has been teaching workshops about meditation and conscious living for twenty years. He learned meditation at a time when he worked as a forest worker in Eastern Washington. He is also an experienced electrician, avid (and accomplished) multi-day ultra-marathon runner and race director and, with his wife, owns the Transformation-Surprise laundromat in Ballard.

 

moni.jpgMoni Neradilek. Moni started practicing meditation at the age of 17 in his native Czech Republic and has been a part of the Seattle Sri Chinmoy Center since 2002. He loves playing the Indian harmonium, learning and singing a vast repertoire of devotional songs, doing sports (marathon running, cross-country skiing, yoga and floorball) and searching for “the brighter side of life”. He is a volunteer organizer for the World Harmony Run in Montana and the annual Self-Transcendence Triathlon in Victoria, BC. Moni is currently teaching our classes in Olympia, WA.

nayaknandita.jpgNayak and Nandita Polissar. Nayak and Nandita first learned meditation during their 3-year stay in Thailand. Later they met Sri Chinmoy at his concert at Hunter College in New York City. Very moved by this profound experience they started studying meditation with Sri Chinmoy. In 1974 Nayak and Nandita moved to Seattle, where they helped to establish  a new Sri Chinmoy Centre. Nayak, a medical researcher, and Nandita, a manager of a vegetarian restaurant, have taught meditation  and organized concerts featuring Sri Chinmoy as solo performer across North and South America, Asia, Europe and Africa. They are owners of Silence-Heart-Nest restaurant in the Fremont District of Seattle.

pranlobha1.jpgPranlobha Kalagian. Pranlobha, a native Seattlelite, has been meditating since childhood, when her mother began attending meditation classes at the Sri Chinmoy Center. She travels abroad twice a year with her savings, in hope of better understanding the world’s many cultures. She also enjoys photography, musical composition and classical piano, cooking gourmet meals and being surrounded by nature.


To find out how to register for our classes, click here.