Children’s Course at Yale University – July 28th, 2019

About Children and Teen Courses

This course offers Teen’s an introduction to Anapana meditation, which is observation of the natural breath to concentrate the mind. Young people who have started practicing this technique have realized many benefits. Their ability to concentrate is enhanced, their memory gets sharper, their ability to comprehend a subject improves, and they become calmer. In general, they feel they have a practical tool to use in the face of any kind of adversity or challenge.

The course includes meditation instruction, art, games and storytelling. These courses are provided free of charge to students and are able to be run based on donations from prior students.

Additional information available about children and teen courses is available here and here.


Registration is required.

Please register for the course by applying here, which is also available at the course schedule page.

Date and Time

July 28th, 2019 from 9:30am – 4:30pm.


The course is held at Harkness Hall A, Yale School of Medicine, 367 Cedar Street, Yale University, New Haven, CT 06510.

Please see this Yale link for transportation options: