Meditation

Updated: May 20, 2020

People attend meditation for a couple of reasons. To learn to relax and cope with stress better, to create a time where there is silence, to have an opportunity to connect to their soul and their inner wisdom. Now, I ask you why are you considering meditation?


Over the course of my classes opportunities will be created for all this to occur.

Meditation is great for stress management, anxiety & depression with regular practice you will experience relaxation, increased awareness, mental focus, clarity and sense of peace.



As meditation involves becoming more aware and more sensitive to what is within you, facing unpleasant parts of yourself is sometimes part of meditation. This added awareness and clarity can help you advance your spiritual growth and clear negative emotional patterns you attach to. It can be a catalyst for positive change in areas of your life.


Meditation has been scientifically proven to have physiological impacts on your body some include reducing blood pressure, lowering the pulse rate, decrease oxygen consumption, decreasing muscle tension and metabolic rate.


Did you know that meditation has been practiced for over 5000 years? Starting in India, then China, Korea and Japan. It's not a religious practice, not affiliated with any religion. That being said, many religions including have added meditation to their practice for connecting with God or their higher self. Including early Judaism and Christianity.


“Praying is connected with God - Meditation allows God to connect with you “


Almost everyone has meditated in one form or another. You just may not realize. Every time you wash the dishes, daydream or unaware of your surroundings you are in a meditative state. Have you ever driven a car on autopil