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Meditation skills for life, especially for the young and young at heart!
Adelaide • Canberra  • Brisbane • Melbourne • Newcastle • Perth • Sydney

To celebrate International Youth Day 2017, we invite everyone to bring along young family members, friends and students to our free workshops to experience how meditation can assist with establishing mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well being for inner peace.

Workshops will be facilitated by youth, parents and carers who have been meditating for many years. They will explain how meditation works and then guide you through simple meditation techniques which you can practise on your own or with us at our free weekly classes. We encourage everyone to attend, regardless of age. See locations below or go to

Meditation workshop locations

Saturday 5th August, 2017
3:30pm to 5:00pm
Klemzig Primary School
2 Hay Street, Klemzig
Enquiries: Sue 1300 724 252
(Google map)

Saturday 12th August, 2017
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Kurilpa Hall, 174 Boundary Street, West End
Enquiries: 1300 724 252
(Google map)

Sunday 6th August, 2017
10:30am to 12:30pm
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre
77 Chewings Street, Scullin
Enquiries: Lyn 0410 177 822
(Google map)

Saturday 19th August, 2017
4pm to 6pm
Clayton Community Centre,
Clayton Meeting Room (located next to Library),
9-15 Cooke Street, Clayton
Enquiries: Yogesh 0469 590 805
(Google map)

Wednesday 9th August, 2017
5pm to 6pm
University of Newcastle
Hunter Building, Room HA145
University Drive, Callaghan
Enquiries: Tom 0437 483 241
(Google map)


Saturday 5th August, 2017
3pm to 5pm
Gidgegannup Meditation Centre

1254 O’Brien Road, Gidgegannup
(located 45 mins North East of Perth)
Enquiries: Helen 1300 724 252
(Google Map)

Sunday 13th August, 2017
1pm to 3pm
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre
10 Clarence Street, Burwood
Enquiries: Lisa 1300 724 252
(Google map)

  • Everyone welcome – regardless of age • Suitable for both complete beginners and regular meditators • No physical exercises, postures or special clothing required • Chairs are provided • No booking required.
  • Visit our International Youth Day website.
  • Can’t make this event? Then attend one of our 80 weekly classes around Australia.

International Youth DaySahaja Yoga will be celebrating International Youth Day on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th August, 2016. We are holding free meditation workshops for young people, parents and carers.

International Youth Day occurs annually on August 12th. This day of celebration was declared by the United Nations in 1985. It aims to remind the public of the importance of youth as a stage of life, and it is celebrated all over the world. On International Youth Day, young people are at the centre of our collective attention.

About the Workshops
The workshops will be facilitated by parents, carers and young people who have been practising meditation for many years. They will explain how meditation works and then guide you through simple meditation techniques which you can practise on your own or with us at our free weekly classes. These practices will help you attain physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.

See locations below or visit our website

Saturday 6th August, 3:30pm to 5:00pm

Klemzig Primary School,
2 Hay Street, Klemzig, Adelaide (Google map)
Enquiries: Tony 0417 806 336.  Free ongoing meditation classes in South Australia

Sunday 7th August, 10.30am to 12.45pm
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre
77 Chewings Street, Scullin Canberra (Google map)
Enquiries: Phillip 02 6257 2057 or Lyn 0410 177 822. Free ongoing meditation classes in Canberra

Sunday 7th August, 10am to 4pm
Gold Coast Multicultural Festival
Southport Broadwater Parklands
Gold Coast Highway, Queensland (Google map)
Enquiries: David 0414 438 243. Free ongoing meditation classes in Queensland

Saturday 13th August, 3pm to 5pm

Vines Road Community Centre
37 – 61 Vines Road, Hamlyn Heights, Geelong (Google map)
Enquiries: Reza 0401 110 700. Free ongoing meditation classes in Victoria

PERTH – Gidgegannup
Saturday 6th August, 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm
Gidgegannup Meditation Centre
1216 O’Brien Road, Gidgegannup (Google map)
Enquiries: Helen on 1300 724 252. Free ongoing meditation classes in Western Australia

Sunday 7th August, 1pm to 4pm
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre
10 Clarence St, Burwood (Google map)
Enquiries: Lisa 0437 405 155. Free ongoing meditation classes in New South Wales

More information
• Free of charge • Everyone welcome • No booking required.
• No physical exercises, postures or special clothing required. Chairs provided.
Over 80 meditation classes around Australia

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UluruAustralia is very far off. But this is the land which is the land of purity. This is the land in the universe, is the first centre that you see there, and Uluru that you have – Uluru means, as I told you, is the Chaitanya, is the symbol of that purity. So you stand for the innocence of the world. You are such a great nation here that stands for the innocence … so you have to be careful and understand your own identity as innocent people. And I am sure it will work out very well for all of you. And this country which has many problems will be solved by your own purity, and the whole world can be helped with your own purity and beautiful lives. May God bless you.

Shri Mataji, Sydney, 1990

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