• Mindfulness Meditation

  • Life is about balance. Some experiences make us happy, others sad. Difficult moments tend to interfere with our plans. When disappointment levels rise, our minds react and we judge our events. Often, the end result is sadness, pain and suffering for ourselves.
    But what if you could become skilled at resolving tangled thoughts and frazzled feelings?
    What if you could have the tools to calm the pain and ease the discomfort?
    What if you could live fully in both the pleasant and unpleasant times in your life?
    What if you could skillfully make choices to promote self well being?

  • Mindfulness Meditation

    The act of Mindfulness is both an awareness and a practice. The practice of mindfulness can help to bring you into the act of mindfulness, teaching you to be aware of your body, emotions, sensations and thoughts. With Mindfulness Meditation, our intention is to help provide space for healing and growth. Through loving kindness and caring compassion, we guide you through the process of “mindfulness.” Simple practices help you to learn how to pay attention to your life so that you can respond and move through difficult times with skillful choices. Independent research has shown how mindfulness practice can influence health conditions such as high blood pressure, chronic pain, anxiety and stress as well as physical trauma such as head injuries and emotional trauma such as grief and depression. For those wanting to be more aware of their own life’s experiences, mindfulness meditation practices can provide opportunities for getting to know yourself.

  • Reviews

  • Mindfulness meditation has made me realize how important living in the moment is. It has also helped me control those negative feelings and appreciate life.

    Lucie P.

  • I really enjoyed my time with Susan and I have a much better understanding of who I am and what I need to be kind to myself.

    Heather K.

  • I am so grateful for your Mindful Meditation program. Now I deal with stress in my life in a totally different way. I feel like a different person. Being "in the moment" is the best thing I have ever learned to do for myself.

    Joyce H.

  • Benefits of Meditation

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