Learn to MeditatePrivate & Group Lessons
Maybe you don’t consider yourself a meditator. You may, however, think that you can’t meditate because your mind won’t stop thinking. Or perhaps you can’t sit still or your legs fall asleep or you don’t have time. Maybe it sounds too crunchy for you or you don’t have time. However, I believe that a dedicated practice holds the power to deeply impact your quality of life. The simple act of presence and awareness that meditation reinforces helps you release the past and release the limiting scripts that play over in your mind every day. Learning to be mindfully present in your life allows you to let go of what is not serving you (like anger, frustration and impatience) and fill your life with what will serve you. The science behind meditation is real. It improves energy and vitality; enhances memory, attention and focus; reduces stress; improves sleep; and alleviates depression.