The importance of learning from a Certified Teacher

Only certified TM teachers can provide instruction in the authentic Transcendental Meditation technique.

In the U.S., the certification of TM teachers is available exclusively from Maharishi Foundation USA, a federally-recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization. Certified TM teachers have successfully completed an intensive 5-month in-residence Teacher Training Course, and they maintain their certification through ongoing professional courses for TM teachers.

Reve Fraser

Reve Fraser

Reve Fraser learned the Transcendental Meditation technique in Cambridge, MA in 1969 and became a TM teacher in 1970. She holds a BS in Education and an MS in Education & Urban Studies, both from Indiana University. She has been teaching in the Denver area since 1971 and has extensive experience teaching people from every age group, including young children, professionals, and the elderly.

“I am delighted to teach the Transcendental Meditation technique to so many wonderful people. The practice is perfect for everyone’s life.”

Rusty Fraser

Rusty Fraser

Rusty Fraser learned the Transcendental Meditation technique in Cambridge, MA in 1969, and became a TM teacher in 1970. Since that time he has taught the TM technique to people in all walks of life, from students to professionals. He holds a BA in Psychology and Biology from Wabash College, and has completed graduate work in Software Development Management at the University of Colorado. In 1981 he co-founded one of the world’s top five microcomputer accounting software firms, and received international recognition as the developer of the first real-time accounting application. Later, he started a company that produced accounting and payroll applications for the internet. In 2004, Rusty returned to teaching the Transcendental Meditation technique full time, his first love.

“I believe the highest service you can perform for mankind is to teach the TM technique. I have seen the lives of many people transform quickly and easily through its practice.”