In the past few decades we’ve come to realize the importance of exercising our minds through meditation and mindfulness. Though we used to affiliate of these practices with “New Agers” and monks, they are becoming more and more mainstream, even being taught to corporate employees. The skills we learn in school, on the job, and in society focus mostly on doing things. A meditation and mindfulness practice focuses on being. It’s subtly different, but unique. Most of us have slipped in and out of that state spontaneously, and with practice you can learn to be in a state of being more regularly.
My approach is always taught in a secular fashion, allowing you to benefit from the proven practices without imposing any religious or spiritual beliefs. With regular practice, you’ll discover how you can personalize your practice to suit your life, regardless of your spiritual affiliation. I’ll teach you a variety of techniques tailored to fit your unique needs and ability level.
Though these practices can be an effective adjunctive treatment for a variety of medical conditions, they are also useful for those who would simply like to strengthen their mind, gain focus, and get more out of their daily life.
An initial consultation is required before treatments to obtain your medical history and determine which therapies are best suited for you.