About TM Wellness

The Centre for Health & Wellness

Providing expert instruction in a simple, easy-to-learn, evidence-based approach.

The Centre for Health & Wellness provides companies and organizations with courses in the Transcendental Meditation technique to help executives and employees overcome stress, promote health, and attain high levels of performance.

Business professionals are under constant pressure to elevate their decision-making, creativity, health, and fitness.

At the Centre for Health & Wellness, we provide expert instruction in a simple, easy-to-learn, and evidence-based approach to optimizing the brain, improving focus and mental clarity, reducing stress and fatigue, and increasing energy.

Our Pro Bono Work

We support the David Lynch Foundation’s national initiative to heal trauma and toxic stress in at-risk populations.

The Center for Health & Wellness donates a portion of every course fee to help fund TM instruction for individuals suffering from extreme stress through one of the David Lynch Foundation’s programs with at-risk students, veterans with PTSD, and women who are survivors of domestic violence.

Visit DavidLynchFoundation.org to find out how you can help.

Transcendental Meditation has been delivered to thousands of companies and organizations worldwide over the past fifty years, from leadership to the workforce. The team of certified, highly experienced TM instructors with TM Wellness offers TM training to companies onsite or through one of the more than 1,000 TM Teaching Centers globally

History of TM & Business

The scientific basis of Transcendental Meditation

In 1959, Transcendental Meditation was first introduced in the United States by a renowned scholar and meditation teacher Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Since then more than 10 million people worldwide have learned the TM technique.

Maharishi, also a university-trained physicist, is credited with bringing science to the study of meditation. He presided over a series of international symposia on Transcendental Meditation with Professor Brian David Josephson, Nobel Laureate in Physics; Professor Ilya Prigogene, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry; Professor of Physics Emeritus Gershin Goldhaber; Professor Emeritus Harvey Brooks, founder of the Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs; and renowned architect and inventor Buckminster Fuller.