Not all those who wander are lost.
- J.R.R Tolkien.
"I am not happy with teaching you to meditate. I want to effect real, tangible change in the lives of my students. Nothing gives me more satisfaction than messages from my students telling me they're sleeping through the night for the first time in 30 years, or that their 'buzzing anxiety' or 'racing thoughts' have ceased within a few short days of practice."
Georgia is a qualified independent Master Teacher of Vedic Meditation who was trained at a full time residential intensive in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas with the masters of the technique, led by Thom Knoles who is considered the pre-eminent authority in Vedic Meditation worldwide. She was graduated personally by the highest authority in this tradition, the Shankaracharya of Jyotir Math, Swami Kailashanand Brahmachari, and is one of only a handful of teachers worldwide to have this honour and his endorsement to teach in the name of the tradition.
Georgia teaches Vedic Meditation full time to individuals, private groups and corporates, throughout New Zealand and Australia, and continues to train under Thom Knoles, Maharishi Vyasananda Saraswati. She is passionate about bringing the knowledge of this ancient, profound and utterly simple technique to her home country, NZ.
"I discovered Vedic Meditation after suffering from several longterm health conditions - depression, chronic fatigue, digestive issues and ultimately bowel cancer - and an endless search just to feel better, have some energy and to finally feel a true sense of happiness and joy. The benefits and dramatic change I experienced within a short period of practising the technique in my health, personal and professional life as Head of Business Development for a global Insurance firm (from increased energy levels, mental clarity, and creativity, to a general sense of fulfilment and unprecedented levels of spontaneous joy and happiness) led me to leave a successful twelve year career in the Insurance industry to pursue teaching the technique to others."
To hear an interview podcast with Georgia, click here.