Kelvin Chin is an international stress management and meditation expert.
44 years experience teaching meditation
Kelvin learned to meditate at age 19, and has been teaching meditation in living rooms, schools, and businesses worldwide — and now via FaceTime, Skype, and webinars — for 44 years — almost half a century.
a “teacher of teachers”
Kelvin is a “teacher of teachers” — teachers of other meditation techniques from around the world seek his guidance on meditation. Why? Because many of their teachers have died, and few teachers in the world have as much experience both 1) with teaching others how to meditate, and 2) with their own personal experiences of “turning within,” with truly Knowing Oneself.
pioneer in the first medical studies on meditation
In 1971, Kelvin was a test subject in the first medical studies on meditation in the U.S.— conducted by Boston cardiologist Herbert Benson, MD (published in Scientific American, 1972). Kelvin also taught the first meditation classes at West Point Military Academy in 1974, and in the U.S. Army on the DMZ (De-Militarized Zone) in Korea, and at Raytheon, AIA International, 1-800-DENTIST, Dartmouth and Yale University.
has taught 1,000’s worldwide
Kelvin has taught people from age 4 to 94 — professional athletes, retirees, teachers, students from elementary school to postdocs, construction workers, clergy, and CEOs. He has taught 1,000’s of people this easy-to-learn technique of naturally Turning Within — or “learning how to let go.” He often simply calls it “learning how to turn on the opposite switch to the Fight or Flight response.”
Kelvin has taught Buddhist monks to use his technique. They continue to use their Buddhist meditation. But, they say they get more out of their meditations after practicing Kelvin’s technique. So, there is no conflict with the two techniques. He has also taught clergy from all religions — priests, nuns, rabbis, ministers — as well as Sikhs, Muslims, Hindus, and atheists.
Kelvin teaches both private sessions and group classes worldwide — in Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas — via Skype, FaceTime, Phone, and In-person.
ivy league graduate
Kelvin is a graduate of Dartmouth College, Yale University, and Boston College Law School.