Martin Pack
My Name is Martin Pack.
I grew up in town in Hertfordshire, just outside North London. 
From a young age I was interested in religions and always wanted to know more about what people believed in and why. The more I read about religions and the more I practiced, I began to have a deep understanding that there was a truth somewhere that was eluding me, and had no idea where to look for it.
I have been meditating since the age of fifteen.
Since 2002 I have practiced Vipassana meditation in the tradition of Ajan Tong.
After a few years of participating in retreats in Thailand, I assisted the teachers in Wat Chomtong in Northern Thailand and also helped in assisting Ajarn Phra Ofer in Israel.
In January 2009, I got certified to teach, and to organise courses in Northern Thailand in a place called Pai.
I have taught retreats in Thailand. Northern Italy, France, Austria, Greece and England.


Kriya Yoga

Lahiri Mahasaya Tradition

The Kriya Yoga meditation technique can be learned very easily. It uses the tantric science of life-force and chakras and will elevate your consciousness to soul level. Everyone who have the desire to be more free internally will have great benefits from Kriya Yoga. Other great teachers of this tradition. Sri Yukteswar, Yogananda, Hariharananda, Shankarananda   more>>




Shakta and Shaiva Tradition

Tantra offers transformation that is both spirtual, mystical and very human. The Shakta tradition is mainly focused on energy and uses mantra,yantra, puja and yagna as its main tools. The Shaiva tradition uses mostly meditation and contemplation based on a very practical and lucid metaphysics more>>




Mahasi Sayadaw tradition

If you like to learn to be truly present then the science of mindfulness is for you. Since the time of The Buddha the Theravada tradition have perfected mindfulness meditation. The benefits of present moment awareness is endless. You will experience instant results from the practice  more>>


Yoga & Kundalini

Hatha and Kundalini Tradition

The Natha yogis of India have designed a yoga and meditation practice that uses body, breath and mind to awaken the kundalini (the energy of awakend consciousness). Through a series of techniques starting with asanas the activation happen gradually. The tradition uses mainly asanas, pranayamas, bandhas and mudras more>>