Students choose their own course fee from the options below and base this personal decision on their household income. This type of equitable exchange is a practice from India dating back thousands of years and is an effort on our part to maintain the purity and consistency of the teaching tradition.
Because students of higher means subsidize students of lesser means, the honor system is in effect (donʼt worry — we wonʼt be asking for proof of income or checking tax returns). Choosing oneʼs own course fee allows everyone who wants to learn the ability to take the course.
The yearly household income breakdown below is an equitable guideline (only) and the decision is completely up to you based on your highest integrity. Itʼs traditional that the course fee is commensurate with one weekʼs earnings. I have a minimum of $600 in place to cover expenses and as itʼs often the least one needs on a weekly basis in order to earn a living in New York City.
Annual household income > $200,000 - $1,800
Annual household income between $100,000-$199,000 - $1,300
Annual household income between $50,000-$99,999 - $900
Annual household income of $49,999 or less - $600
Full time Student:
group course fee: $400 (with a Valid ID)
Teens: (ages 12-18)
Course Fee is $400
Children: (ages 5-11): Free
If you have a child and have learnt Vedic Meditation with me, this course is my gift to you.
Upper West Side
NYC | DAYTIME COURSE
april 13-16, 2020
Upper West Side
NYC | WEEKEND
April 24-27, 2020
I recommend this class to all my patients!
Learning meditation from Kelli has been a turning point in my life, and I hope everyone considering her class gives themselves this life-changing opportunity.
Before I met Kelli, I’d been trying to meditate for well over ten years:
I read all the books, tried all the apps, went on retreats — but meditation was always very difficult for me. I didn’t understand it and couldn’t sit still for more than a few minutes.
After taking Kelli’s class, I’m able to fully and joyfully incorporate meditation into my life.
The positive shift in perspective I’ve had from ongoing meditation has changed the way I move through the world, for the better.