Would you like to reduce your stress and anxiety levels?
How about improving your emotional health?
Does increasing your attention span and self awareness appeal?

These are some of the commonly known benefits of meditation.

Over two decades ago I began a serious meditation practice and experienced all of these benefits and more. Please join me to learn a practice that will help you.

This is a deep self reflection practice working with energetic anatomy (chakras, channels and aura) to access your full potential. It tends to open up intuition, produce profound insights and shift one’s perspective. It creates space in the system to see your patterning, where it comes from and to heal.

The Beginning Meditation Series is taught in two 5 week segments, Part 1 and Part 2.

We are currently seeking enrollment for: Beginning Meditation Series Part 1

  • 5 virtual meetings
  • 90 minutes each
  • 8 student maximum

This course will introduce fundamental meditation techniques in 5 weekly meetings, progressively building skill and familiarity with each meeting.

Through discussions and exercises designed to facilitate your experience, we will work with the primary energies that influence health and well-being. Each class will include lecture, guided meditations and informal discussions about your experiences with the techniques. Each week, practice suggestions will be provided to reinforce and enrich the class experience.

By the end of Part 1 you will have developed a set of tools you can use daily to maintain your energy, identify and manage stress triggers, and enhance your sense of wellbeing.

Class Meeting Details:
This series will be offered again in the fall.
Please contact me or check back here then.

Please note: Attendance and real time participation are required to take this class. Recordings of the meditations will be provided for those in attendance after each class.

How to enroll:
Send an introductory email expressing your interest in the class.
Indicate which payment method you prefer: PayPal, Venmo or check.
If interest is high but funds are short, ask about scholarships.
(Repeat students get a discount.)

Questions? Answers!