There are many ways to practice meditation, many delicious ways to nourish the soul. I am certain we will find one you love. Whether you are new to the world of meditation or have been enjoying your own practice, come play and discover what many have known over the centuries – deep peace, calm, creativity, and joy are a wellspring within that require only our willingness to dive in.

We can play with sound, breath, visualization, mantra, nature, movement and stillness. We can drink deeply from our spring.

Whether you seek a place of stillness and silence for yourself or wish to explore the vibration of sound through mantra, music and chant, we have a variety of techniques at our disposal.

If you wish to maintain a cooler head with your kids, a calmer tongue with your partner, inspire creativity, enhance intuition, and restore wellness, meditation is your vehicle. If you don’t think you have time to meditate, then meditation is for you.

Discover stress-release, invigoration, restoration and rejuvenation available to you whenever you need it. Explore balance in your life through a regular meditation practice and ways to incorporate your meditation into everyday life. Together we will create a personalized practice for you.

I’ve rarely encountered a problem that couldn’t be remedied through meditation. Not that meditation itself always solves the problem, but addresses the mind that views the situation as a problem. Incredible experiences come from meditation, sometimes those experiences are brilliant insights and other times they are moments of comfort and peace. When we can expect nothing from our daily meditation practice, we can then experience the benefits of that practice all day long. Meditate on that.

I will hold a private and sacred space for you to explore and experience your own meditation, supported and nurtured.

Guided meditation can assist in connecting with the body’s needs, releasing emotional roadblocks, seeking higher wisdom, inspiring creative energy or deep relaxation. Experience what a regular practice can do for you.

“…and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.”.

~T.S Eliot