Heart Health Webinar: The Benefits of TM Practice in Promoting Cardiovascular Health

by Christine Schrum on February 8, 2013

On January 19, healthcare professionals around the country tuned in online to watch Transcendental Meditation, Stress, and Heart Health—a webinar featuring two leading experts on the TM technique’s benefits in preventing and treating cardiovascular disease. Hosted by the TM Health Professionals Association, this powerful presentation was led by Robert Schneider, MD, FACC, director of the Institute for Natural Medicine and Prevention and Cesar Molina, MD, FACC, a board-certified cardiologist practicing in the Palo Alto area.

Although it was originally offered for physicians and other health professionals—especially those treating patients suffering from stress-related disorders and cardiovascular disease—the video archive offers useful heart health information for anyone with an interest in the topic.

Watch the hour-long webinar archive by clicking on the video link below.

In the video above, Dr. Schneider and Dr. Molina share cutting-edge research and expert perspectives on a wide range of topics, including the dramatic findings from a recently published, NIH-funded heart health study at the Medical College of Wisconsin. You’ll also learn about: the clinical experience in a large cardiology practice in which patients are regularly referred for TM instruction; how referrals for TM instruction can be handled efficiently and professionally in a busy medical practice; and more.

Robert Schneider, MD

About the Speakers

Robert Schneider, MD, FACC, is the most widely published researcher on the TM technique; his team has received over $25 million in grant support from the National Institutes of Health for research on Transcendental Meditation and cardiovascular disease.

Cesar Molina, MD

Cesar Molina, MD, FACC, is medical director of the South Asian Heart Center at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View, CA. Dr. Molina has referred the greatest number of patients for instruction in the TM technique of any physician in the U.S. and has the largest clinical experience in this area. He is also medical director for the Center for Wellness and Achievement in Education in the San Francisco Unified School District.

This TM Health Professionals Association webinar was the second in a series of online presentations geared towards educating health professionals about the applications of the TM technique in healthcare practice.


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  • http://www.handsofeye.com eJ

    its amazing the power that we all hold for self healing. if we can just break the connection from t.v, movies, smart phones, ipods and come back to how humans were meant to be living our world will be allot better place.

    transcendental meditation is a very old practice and is more needed now than ever. It can create so many positive things in the world.

    just keep practicing and share with others

  • siddhisrinivasan

    Jai Guru Dev

    Very Nice

  • http://www.livingmeditation.org/archives/518 Mark Brown

    It is incredible how the things connected with spirituality can help in curing many diseases, as well as the TM Practice can. Unfortunately, in this world where money rules, drugs are mostly used because some people earn a lot by producing them.

  • http://blog.coachcurran.com John Curran

    I enjoyed the presentation. I just started TM and have seen some dramatic changes in my life. The research is fascinating. Keep up the great work your doing!!

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