Sitting with focus and developing the ability to be alert and deeply relaxed has been shown to improve memory and attention. This mindfulness meditation increases compassion, lessens the autonomic physiological reactions to stress. It helps elevate our mood and our tolerance for pain.
Often people want to meditate but either don’t understand the process, or find it challenging to meditate regularly.
I work with a wide range of clients using focal point meditation and stress reduction. This approach is non-religious, nor is it based on teachings of any particular group or philosophy. This technique is accessible to a wide range of people and easy to practice.
Because I have worked with clients for forty years as a therapist and thirty years as a meditation teacher, I understand that people process information differently. The techniques I offer allow participants to connect to meditation from their particular mind-set. Crafting the approaches to meditation to meet the needs of the clients in this way dramatically increases the likelihood that they will practice the techniques on a daily basis.
The far-reaching benefits of meditation are best realized with consistent practice. I work with people to make meditation and relaxation easy and accessible.