And so, although I am unable to exercise control over external phenomena, I will restrain my own mind. What else do I need to dominate?
— Shantideva
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I offer meditation instruction to individuals and small groups. Please contact me to learn more and discuss what might work best for you.

Why meditate?

Letting yourself be overtaken by negative emotions leads to suffering. Therefore, it’s important to recognise the shortcomings of an unruly, undisciplined mind. If you train your mind, you’ll suffer less.
— H.H. the Dalai Lama

A regular meditation practice is one of the kindest and most helpful things you can do for yourself and your overall well-being. There are numerous benefits to mental and physical health from meditation that are confirmed daily by scientists and researchers. There is a skill to learning how to meditate and enjoy it (which is important, since its benefits are best realized if you establish a regular practice), and it does take time and patience. But even a little bit of time each day does have an impact—and the effects are significant, widespread, and infinitely good for your well-being. 


Stay tuned. At the completion of my certification for Cultivating Emotional Balance (CEB) in 2019, I will begin offering training and workshops that suit a variety of audience types and sizes. Learn more about CEB on the resources page.