About The Daily Meditation: Online Meditation Studio

The Daily Meditation is a primarily online meditation studio situated in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

The studio was founded on the guiding principle of giving people back the inner peace that many have lost in this day and age. We believe in giving genuine meditation guidance based on a combination of ancient wisdom and the latest scientific research.

THE DAILY MEDITATION was established in 2012 by our founder, renowned private meditation teacher Paul M Harrison, author of four bestselling books on meditation and a qualified teacher with more than twenty years’ experience. To be fair, he is also just a regular guy who is crazy about cats, nature, spirituality, art, and compassion.

Regarded as a leader in bringing traditional meditation to the modern age, Paul Harrison has been featured in more than 30 major publications including Healthline, Psychology Today, Well + Good, Thrive, LionsRoar, and Better Homes & Gardens.

When Paul isn’t reading or writing, he’s teaching meditation. He’s highly regarded for his ability to compassionately understand his students’ needs and to create custom meditation sessions that are perfect for each individual student, whether in a private, group, or corporate setting.

As well as our private, group, and corporate meditation sessions, THE DAILY MEDITATION offers an expansive suite of content designed to help you learn meditation, including our in-depth articles, video series, and podcast.

Address: 223 Garside AVE.S, Hamilton, ON, CA, L8K2W6 

Tel: 289 689 5034

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Private meditation lessons

Corporate meditation classes

About our founder, meditation coach Paul M Harrison

Some of our recent meditation sessions and members

Meditation session with a Tibetan Singing Bowl
From a recent online session (thank you to our member for allowing us to use this photo)
Sensiors meditation session
Grounding mditation session

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