Salma Mattar and her husband, Maroun Moubarak are both certified TM teachers in London On. They married in 1998 and have three beautiful children who have been meditating since they were three.
Salma learned TM in 1981 while at university studying Architecture. She worked in that field, on and off until she married, but teaching was always her passion. She became a TM teacher in 1994 with the influence and encouragement of Dr. Tony Nader, a Lebanese neuro-scientist, researcher, university president, author and now leader of the Transcendental Meditation movement. Maharishi was and still is the greatest inspiration in her life.
Maroun Moubarak learned TM in 1985 while also in university studying Architecture. He worked in that field since his first year in university and still is.
He always wanted to share his experience with TM, so he became a teacher in 1997 in Holland. He was so fortunate to be a part of a group who spent a three day conferences with Maharishi, five to six hours each day.
Maurice was born and raised in London where he learned TM in 1977. He owned and operated a picture framing store in London for six years in the early 1980's before moving to Toronto where he worked in video editing and production.
Maurice became a teacher of TM in early 2017.
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.
Helle Pettersen, Nurse and Mother:
"Those 20 minutes of silence were the quietest I had known for a long, long time. I felt I got in touch with my self, that inner peace, that person I am," Helle says. "That was great. Now, as a parent, I am much more focused, calm, with better resources to give more, and can be more present for my daughter – calm, not stressed." - Helle Pettersen As quoted in "Flying Start Parenting" magazine"