If you can fall asleep each night then you can meditate. In order to fall asleep, you must quiet the mind and therefore we are all able to meditate.
No. Our practitioner will break up the meditation sessions according to your potential to remain focused starting you offwith short 5-10 minute sessions and building from there. You'll be taiught various techniques that help in bringing you into a meditative state.
No. It is more important to be comfortable and not distracted by the discomfort of the seated position. It is important that your spine be straight. It's better to be seated than to be lying down as we have a tendency to go into a sleep state rather than staying in a meditative state.
For each person this would vary however when you follow the breathing exercises learned and exercise mediating on a daily basis, within 3 to 8 sessions you'll easily be able to meditate. Attending the group sessions also expedites the learning process.
We instinctively want to sleep when our eyes are closed for an extended period of time. With this training, you will train your mind and body to remain focused and calm during the meditation.
Training sessions and Interactive Meditation sessions may be done in-office or virtually.