Sri Lanka Centre
National Director: Madusha Perera
Telephone: +94778132727, +94713468747
Address: J.R Jayewardene Cultural Centre, 191 Dharmapala Mawatha, Colombo 7
National Director - Madusha Perera
Madusha Perera, Sri Lanka's only active local Certified Teacher of the Transcendental Meditation program. She has been practicing the Transcendental Meditation technique since 2010, and completed the TM Teacher Training Course in Thailand in 2015. Before becoming a TM Teacher, she served as the Assistant to the Dean of Faculty of the Maharishi University Management-USA.
She holds a Bsc degree in Software Engineering and a Master's degree in Maharishi Vedic Science from MUM-USA.
She states that her impetus for becoming a teacher of the TM program is directly related to her desire to make a positive difference in her country and her belief that TM, with its multiple scientific studies attesting to the positive impact of the practice on not only individual physical and emotional health and mental development but also on building increasingly harmonious social relationships.
For Those Already Practicing Transcendental Meditation
MEDITATORS' GROUP 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.
Family members: Chloe Ball, Kelsey Ball, Anthony Ball and Cheryl Peek-Ball
"We decided to take TM training because we recognized in ourselves a tendency to worry and fret, to be overly active and yet not accomplish as much as we could due to lack of focus. We were a busy, busy family and have remained so. We really needed TM! We also wanted our teen-aged daughters to have the advantage of this powerful tool for mind control and self-management. They immediately found it useful to them in managing school and friendship stresses. We have found it an invaluable tool for stress reduction and managing the anxieties and pressures of modern life. We all still mediate twice daily and really feel grateful to have developed a practice we can rely on every day, and especially during those periods of tests and difficulties that life brings."