Perhaps you've been interested in meditation, but you don't know where to begin or you have questions about your meditation practice and how to be with what surfaces. Maybe, you find yourself lost in the fog of an all-consuming emotional state or disheartened by the presence of acute and/or chronic pain. I imagine some of you may prefer meditating in the comfort of your own home or taking a class online with a group of close friends. Thanks to the internet and a variety of on-line platforms, we can work together in one-on-one sessions or as a group despite living in different places!
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There are a variety of ways to practice meditation. Focusing on your breath is just one example, and yet I know people who've turned away from meditation because they loathed that technique. I bring a playful sense of curiosity and kindness to these practices, and I work with clients to adapt these practices to help support their needs. After all, this is an experiential and experimental practice. It's one that requires patience, courage and... a sense of humor. In short, I think Anne Lamott's witty and insightful words say it all, "My mind is like a bad neighborhood, I try not to go there alone."
I've had a meditation practice for over fifteen years and am certified to teach mindfulness meditation by Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach.