TM-Center Zürich

TM-Center Zürich
Dialogweg 2
8050 Zürich 

Your local contact: Franz Rutz
E-mail: zuerich@tm.org
Phone: 044 260 44 70

Franz Rutz

Franz Rutz

Franz Rutz practices Transcendental Meditation since 1975. He teaches this technique since 1982 in German and English, in the area of Lake Zürich, in Pfäffikon, and in Zürich. Franz also works as ayurvedic therapeut and as school counselor. He is a member of the Cantonal Council of Schwyz.

Jasmin Paulussen

Jasmin Paulussen

Jasmin Paulussen practices Transcendental Meditation since her early childhood. She never wanted to miss a meditation. In 2005 she opened the TM-Center in Basel. A few years later she started giving courses as well in Zürich. She teaches TM with full engagement, deep and profound knowledge, in english and german for singles and groups. Also as primary school teacher, she teaches since 1998 at the primary school in Basel, the children love her fully.

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Are you already practicing Transcendental Meditation ?

For people who wish to participate, we have an advanced program of lectures on various topics that address aspects of knowledge related to the MT, advanced courses and in-residence weekends. Contact us for the full program. We are also available for:

  • PERSONAL CHECKINGS: their purpose is to refresh your TM practice and respond to the various issues that may arise over time. These personalized sessions of about 45 minutes are recommended at least once a year and are available by appointment. Price CHF 60.- (free during the year following the TM instruction).
  • REFRESHING COURSES: their purpose is to review the understanding of the basic mechanisms of Transcendental Meditation that were presented during the Transcendental Meditation cours.

Contact us for more details on this opportunity and make an appointment.

Gary Kaplan, MD

Gary P Kaplan, associate professor of neurology at New York University School of Medicine

"If you have a technique that you practise 20 minutes twice a day, a technique that allows you to be dynamic in your activity and yet not to accumulate the stress that wreaks havoc on your health, then you have a key to better health."