Space is limited as classes will be small.

Please call or e-mail me to find out more about this class, and whether or not it might be for you.

I am happy to answer all your questions, and look forward to speaking with you!

Groups starting Thursday evenings, March 8th and Saturday mornings March 10th.

Please check back for updates, more specific times and dates.

  • Mindfulness is about being present in the moment.
  • Mindfulness can help reduce stress.
  • Mindfulness can help you find a space of calmness even in chaos.
  • Mindfulness can help improve your relationships.
  • Mindfulness can help you live more fully as you learn to cultivate presence.

A series of eight weekly 90-minute classes beginning in March will cover topics such as:

Mindfulness of Breath & Body, Mindfulness of Thoughts & Feelings, Lovingkindness, Compassion, Forgiveness, and Equinimity

Please join me for this exciting experiential course and learn to meditate as you nurture the seeds of kindness within you.


Classes beginning in March 2018

Groups starting for:

  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • LGBTQ community

In practicing meditation, we’re not trying to live up to some kind of ideal—quite the opposite. We’re just being with our experience, whatever it is. If our experience is that sometimes we have some kind of perspective, and sometimes we have none, then that’s our experience. If sometimes we can approach what scares us, and sometimes we absolutely can’t, then that’s our experience. “This very moment is the perfect teacher, and it’s always with us” is really a most profound instruction. Just seeing what’s going on—that’s the teaching right there. We can be with what’s happening and not dissociate. Awakeness is found in our pleasure and our pain, our confusion and our wisdom, available in each moment of our weird, unfathomable, ordinary everyday lives.

Excerpted from:
When Things Fall Apart:
Heart Advice for Difficult Times

by Pema Chödrön