We are a loosely organized multicultural group of people, who love meditating together. We pooled our resources to open a meditation center where the people of Seattle and the surrounding areas can relax and meditate completely free of charge.

The Seattle Sahaja Meditation Center, located in the Northgate area at 12317 15th Ave NE at NE 125th St, is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We normally offer an interesting variety of in-person meditation programs so we’ll see you in person when the pandemic is over!

We are open to people of all backgrounds and beliefs. We enjoy sharing new techniques in the art of Sahaja Meditation. Our programs are conducted in a peaceful environment; music is sometimes used to promote a calm atmosphere. Meditations are guided by volunteer instructors and are designed to accommodate the group. Affirmations, gestures and simple attention exercises are used to enhance the experience. Individual assistance is always available, and people are encouraged and empowered to meditate at home. While the actual experience of meditation forms the core of these sessions, there may also be discussions of related topics.

Meet Our Instructors

Maëry is a fine artist and designer living in the Seattle area with her husband, 3 kids, and little dog, Peaches McRainbow. She loves hiking, soccer, and playing music. Born and raised in Ohio, she learned Sahaja Meditation as an angsty teenager. She now has over twenty years experience teaching classes on Sahaja Meditation.

Phil is professor of digital art and interactive media and an Emmy-award winning creative director with 100 video games to his credit. He finds meditation essential to bringing balance to his sometimes stressful work/life. Phil has been studying and teaching meditation since 1985, traveling extensively  in India and Europe filming music and meditation festivals. He loves to create imaginative artworks and hike in nature with his family and Aussie-doodle Oso. 

Savina is a transplant from Bulgaria, where she learned Sahaja meditation and started teaching. Currently she lives in Bellevue and works as a civil engineer. She travels extensively often to meet other Sahaja meditation practitioners, and creates joyful and lasting friendships all over the world. Besides Meditation she spends time researching the fascinating culture and traditions of India. Savina enjoys hiking, camping and all outdoorsy activities.

Denis is a technology and business leader. He has been working in the technology field for the last 20 years and has found meditation incredibly effective in managing stress, finding the balance inside and leading a fulfilling and meaningful life. He has been teaching meditation since 2001. Outside of work, he loves to spend time with his wife and two children and take them on adventures, whether it’s a new hike, a new restaurant, or a new skiing destination.

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