COVID-19 Information for MERU Events
Last update: 18 May 2020
As things stand with the situation surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19), MERU is adjusting our course schedule so that all events will be offered online until the end of July. While this means that some in-residence courses are on hold, we are planning a wonderful series of new online courses, and we’ll be announcing the details of these very soon.
As the Netherlands, and other countries in Europe, start to relax their lockdowns, we will monitor the situation and determine when it is best to reopen our campus.
At the moment we are continuing to plan courses and events for 2020, and hope to resume events on campus in August. To stay up-to-date for our whole 2020 course calendar, we encourage you to check this page for more updates, and to subscribe to our newsletter to receive information in case this changes.
Ultimately, we feel that in times like these, Maharishi’s knowledge of perfect health and invincibility is more important than ever. We urge everyone to stay vigilant and to continue to follow the recommendations of your local authorities, while also taking good care of yourself and your well-being.
Stay safe, and we hope you can enjoy our online offerings, and join us at MERU soon once we are past this challenging time.
To see how we are handling cancellation / postponement for each of our events, visit our events overview here.
To see Tony Nader, MD, PhD, MARR talk to the general public about the best way to handle the pandemic, click here.
To see health recommendations from the Maharishi College of Perfect Health during this time, visit this page.
To see information from the World Health Organization and hygiene recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19, visit this page.