Meditation Classes

Learn to Meditate

Paramhansa Yogananda said, “The soul loves to meditate.”  Ananda has been teaching meditation since it began in 1969. Meditation is an ancient science that our modern culture is just beginning to understand has deep and long lasting benefits for the individual.  


Every month we offer a variety of meditation classes. FREE Introductory classes are one hour long. Saturday Workshops are more intensive explorations of meditation and are 2.5 hours. Meditation Series include 3 weekly classes, each 1.5 hours.  Find one that is right for you!

Meditation Intensive Workshops

Wed, Nov 14, 6:30 – 9pm

Cost: $40  Bring a friend for FREE!

Unable to do a class series but want to learn the ancient keys to Self awareness and inner peace? Perhaps you once learned to meditate and feel it is time to revitalize your practice.  This workshop may be right for you.  We will support you on your inner journey.  (read more…)

FREE Class: Introduction to Meditation

Upcoming Classes:
Sat, Nov 3, 12 – 1 pm

Sun, Dec 2, 12 – 1 pm

Why is meditation gaining popularity and acclaim across the world? (read more…)

Reduce Stress and Find Inner Peace: 2 wk series

Dec 5 and 12
Wednesdays     6:30 – 8:00 pm
Cost: $40  Bring a friend for free!

Your days do not have to begin and end with stress that robs you of the joy and peace that is your true nature.

This two-class series takes you step-by-step through the practice of meditation using ancient yogic techniques. Learn to sit comfortably with calm attention while using breath awareness to draw the energy inward. (read more…)

Ananda Meditation at Unity Church in Dallas

First Saturday of the month, ongoing   
9:30 – 10:30 am

Location:  Unity Church in Dallas

 In this class facilitated by Al Mahesh from Ananda Dallas, and Don Drake from Unity of Dallas, participants are exposed to meditation in the style of Paramhansa Yogananda, a Self-Realized master, author of Autobiography of a Yogi, and pioneer who brought Yoga to the West and taught the similarities between the Bible and the Bhagavad Gita.  (read more…)


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