Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness is awareness of the present moment with kindness and curiosity. It involves paying a particular kind of attention to our present moment experience, on purpose, and non-judgmentally.


We are taught to look after our body with exercise and nutrition, to take care of our skin with creams, etc., but our mind is often the last thing on the list (if at all) when it comes to wellbeing. The single most important relationship you’ll ever have is with your mind. The way you experience your life all stems from this incredible place. It’s here that we start the journey of mindfulness and train the mind (and heart) to think in a way that’s helpful, kind, and open.

Having a mindfulness practice has been the most effective thing I’ve done for my wellbeing. I’ve had years of therapy and have read tons of award winning self-help books but nothing has had the impact and lasting effect on my life that a mindfulness practice has. When you think differently, you feel different, and you will behave differently. This doesn’t just affect you in a positive way, it also affects the people around you – your loved ones, your kids, colleagues, and friends.


With a mindfulness meditation practice, you can learn:
• how to slow down
• how to savor experiences
• how to become more resilient to difficult experiences
• how to cultivate more positive mental/emotional states that support well-being (such as inspiration, joy, kindness, compassion, and awe)
• how to practice deep inner listening, which cultivates a peaceful mind


If you have tried practicing mindfulness or meditation on your own and have not been successful, working with me one-on-one or in small group setting can help you to develop a regular mindfulness practice, and integrate mindfulness and meditation into your everyday life.

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