Transcendental Meditation
in Geneva

Maharishi Institute
56 av. Wendt (Servette) 1203 Geneva
Phone 022 733 31 42

E-mail :
Fixed: 022 940 23 04 - Mobile: 078 654 81 07

Mobile: 079 583 31 35

Supporting teacher: Mr Léonard STEIN

  Servette area : tram 14, 18; bus 3, 11

Philippe Mercanton Geneva

Philippe Mercanton

DSCI, has been teaching TM since 1984 in Lausanne and Geneva in English and French. Philippe began his teaching activities in Lausanne while training in Ayurveda. He moved to Geneva in 1993 where he developed his therapist activities and continued teaching TM. Philippe spends his time between his activities at the Institute and the administrative management of the Maharishi Vedic School of Medicine which offers training in Maharishi Ayurveda. Philippe's website

Claude Newell-Lesslauer

Claude Newell-Lesslauer

TM-Teacher since 1998, Claude regularly teaches TM-courses in Geneva and in Berne — in English, French, and German. Director of the National Course Office Switzerland, she equally organizes residence courses and advanced meditation classes. After trainings in cultural anthropology, art history, and Sanskrit at the Universities of Basel and Lausanne, she pursues her studies of the Vedic tradition.

For Those Already Practicing Transcendental Meditation

MEDITATORS' MEETINGS: Are held regularly - please contact us for full schedule. PERSONAL CHECKING: To refresh your practice and receive more guidance on your TM technique, these one-to-one 30 minute sessions are available by appointment.
REFRESHER COURSES: If you would like to refresh your practice and understanding of Transcendental Meditation, why not sit in again on a course of instruction? Phone or email for details.

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."