Breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness, which unites your body to your thoughts. Whenever your mind becomes scattered, use your breath as the means to take hold of your mind again.
― Thich Nhat Hanh

 

Meditation

helps us become aware of a level of existence which sense and the mind is unable to perceive. It allows us to feel more at home in the world and our bodies. Meditation inspires, enriches life, and provides a vision of lasting peace. It increases one’s capacity to have a more fulfilled and meaningful life.

I am offering you my personal journey. Starting with a guided meditation CD in my apartment, no formal introduction and a whole lot of Catholic School programming.  To exploring various practices over the years.   However, it was not until I met my teacher. Yogarupa Rod Stryker. That my formal education in Meditation really began.

Through his tradition I have learned and practiced Vedic meditation for 10+ years and have worked for many organizations around the world providing these time-tested traditions.

 
 

Ways to Meditate

Meditation


I offer transformational meditation to renew clarity, so that you have space in your life for yourself.

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Yoga


I teach Para Yoga. Para means Supreme or Highest. Through the Sri Vidya Tantric Hatha practices including Pranyama, Bhandha, Mudra the science of Yoga is utilized to reach your highest potential.

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Gyrokinesis


This approach systematically and gently works the joints and muscles through rhythmic and undulating movements. These movements stimulate the body’s internal organs while different corresponding breathing patterns are integrated.

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Pilates


Joseph Pilates developed his method in the early 20th century in Germany and he called it ‘Contrology’. Pilates conditions the body from head to toe with a no- to low-impact approach, promoting lower back and abdominal strength, lower torso stabilization and fluid motion.

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My mind is too busy to meditate

Thoughts are normal. You are still benefiting on a biological level.

I have heard of meditation. Where do I begin?

Thats what I am here for! The practice is yours and together we will come up with a perfect plan.

But I don't have time!

Yes you do. A minute a day can lead to extraordinary moments