Hello and welcome! I’m Laura, a Vedic meditation teacher here to support you in learning how to reduce stress, live from the heart and become more confident and capable in daily life. For a decade I have been practicing and studying within the Vedic wisdom tradition - a 5000 year old body of knowledge on how to live a full and expansive life. Over the years, my great teachers have taught me how to pass this transformative wisdom on and I’m now based in Melbourne sharing this in a very accessible, practical and relevant way. I encourage you to come and learn Vedic meditation with me and become part of our growing community – a community that is about belonging, nurturing wellbeing and living a meaningful life.
I look forward to meeting you!
WHAT THEY SAY
"I loved the course and learning Vedic meditation with Laura. Her light, genuine and positive attitude was contagious and made benefiting from the practice feel really achievable."
Jess - Mother
"Vedic meditation is so simple yet so powerful. I now feel like there is more space, awareness and flow in my life and there are more still, quiet moments when I am really present. I cannot recommend Laura’s course highly enough!"
Mandy - Lawyer
"I’ve been a Vedic meditator for 3 years and can safely say it’s been the most profoundly revealing practice that has completely changed the way I deal with stress, enabling me to meet demands with more clarity and energy."
Dan - Concreter
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Learn to meditate = Give a family of 4 in need food on their table for 2 weeks! When you learn Vedic meditation with me, you are not only giving yourself the best gift you could possibly receive in this life…
Giving is at the heart of what we do with our meditation community. It brings the most joy and is the motivator for all our offerings. The Sanskrit word for this is ‘seva’ which is where we get our English word ‘service’. Seva is about giving what you have, sharing your self and uplifting those around you in need…
If you're looking for conscious Christmas gifts this year for friends and family (or possibly yourself?) we have put together some little gift packages ranging from $25-$100 with lots of meditation/Ayurveda goodies.
Over the years
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The major negative effect of traveling? Jet lag. Our bodies were not designed to travel such long distances in such short times. The good news is the following tips will greatly minimize if not eliminate jet lag all together.
When darkness comes, embrace it with open arms. When the shadow is revealed, bring it into your light. The pain in our hearts is the feeling of realisation. That possibly we’re not as free as we once thought.
I hope you enjoy this little interview with the founder of Prodjuice asking me questions about my journey to becoming a Vedic meditation teacher! We talk all things meditation, life, balance, Ayurveda and I share a free 'Heart-Flow Guided Meditation'.
Negative thinking is a self-limiting behaviour programmed into our subconscious usually from very young age. It’s in our childhood, when we have very sponge-like-minds, that we absorb and learn the ‘right way to live’ through others.
Step inside a world of wisdom... Here's a very comprehensive list of the best books on meditation, the mind, healing, consciousness, the Vedic worldview and spirituality.
A true warrior uses the power of their own consciousness to destroy animosity, fear, anger and hate. A true warrior does this by including instead of excluding. By embracing without rejecting. And by loving the unlovable till they open in surrender.
JOIN US ON RETREAT!
Retreats are a wonderful way to gain deep rest, delve deeper into the ancient Vedic wisdom, all the while being surrounded by like-minded people and having unforgettable experiences!
Follow the journey...
"We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time." - T. S. Eliot
Giving is at the heart of what we do, and as part of learning to meditate with Laura, you are also supporting local Australian not-for-profits so they can continue to give to those in need. The three not-for-profits we work with are Oz Harvest, A Sound Life and the Refugee Council of Australia. When you learn Vedic meditation you can choose to feed a family of 4 in need for 2 weeks, gift 3 people living with disabilities music, yoga and meditation sessions, or help provide research, education and advocacy for refugees in Australia.