Mindfulness has permeated mainstream culture, and some people say it’s reached oversaturation levels. Mindfulness studios have popped up in New York City, and major medical institutions around the country now teach mindfulness meditation as part of their wellness education programs. Even the Harvard Business Review is singing its praises. There are apps for smart phones, print magazines devoted to mindfulness, and dedicated mindful lounges in newly constructed corporate office buildings.
The data about mindfulness is actually quite impressive and easily obtained online. It isn’t always easy to find the right mindfulness mentor or teacher for yourself, especially given that it seems like they are a dime a dozen (in other words, cheap, abundant, common, and in some cases, questionable quality).
I’m happy to report that I’ve been practicing and teaching mindfulness for over 20 years, long before it became the latest trend since yoga pants. I create customized sessions and tools for each client in order to best meet your needs, schedules and wishes.
Mindfulness YOUR way. Let’s talk.