The CALM™ Program (Comprehensive Approach to Learning Meditation) uses a carefully developed combination of evidence-based modalities, including:
oriental health exercises
Rooted in 2500-year-old tradition, this comprehensive program is supported by today’s clinical research. The benefits of mindfulness and meditation go beyond each class period - extending into interactions with coworkers, clients and family, as well as promoting an overall sense of well-being.
Learn how to meditate through a structured approach that systematically guides you through the various meditation techniques that develop mental clarity, focus, inner awareness and profound relaxation.
Made easy for anyone looking to improve their physiological, psychological, and emotional states, the CALM™ Program is offered as weekly virtual or on-site classes over a span of 8 to 12 weeks, arming participants with techniques to relieve stress, fatigue, and anxiety levels. With expert guidance and practice, the lessons learned have the potential to transform individual lives and workplaces - whether working from home or in the office!
Included: Customized classes taught by certified Zen instructors who are experts in the field; Access to members-only online resources
Let us create a CALM™ Program custom-designed for your corporation, school, or facility today! Contact us for standard package pricing
CALM™ Meditation Classes
Continue to explore the vast physiological and psychological benefits of meditation that has been practiced for thousands of years and validated by modern scientific research.
Each session consists of sitting meditation, self-administered acupressure massage, and a short Tong-Gong Health Exercise routine. We have a meditation technique suitable to meet your needs:
PMR (Progressive Muscle Relaxation)
AT (Autogenic Training)
Contact Us for a series of Meditation Sessions offered at your facility or virtually for your corporation, school or center today!
Please Note: The CALM™ Program provides a foundation for regular meditation sessions, and is therefore recommended prior to offering a stand-alone meditation program.