Dey Alexander

I came to meditation about 20 years ago, more or less by accident. I’d agreed to accompany a friend to a meditation course. At the time, I had little interest in meditation — and perhaps a little skepticism. But I went along to offer my support.

It’s fair to say it was a life-changing decision. Something just clicked and it was enough to motivate me to start a daily meditation practice.

Meditation teacher training and registration

Fast forward 17 years and I completed a meditation teacher training course at the Yarra Valley Living Centre (part of the Gawler Cancer Foundation).

I am now registered as a meditation teacher with Meditation Australia, Australia’s peak body for meditation practice and teaching. It promotes meditation as an integral part of life.