Meditation isn’t about emptying your mind, it’s about creating powerful moments of focus.

Tune in to you and transform your life

A solid meditation practice can significantly reduce your levels of stress, but it can also improve your sleep, memory, and mood among other benefits. 
Despite the incredible benefits of meditation, many people assume it’s not for them. You might think you don’t have the right environment, the time to spare, or the right kind of mind to meditate.
Meditation is your time to connect with yourself and your subconscious, and it can look very different depending on the individual. 
Through guided meditation sessions, you and I will explore which type of meditation works best for you and get you started on a meditation practice that brings you incredible, overnight results.

How does meditation work?

At its heart, meditation is about creating a moment of focus where you connect with yourself, particularly your subconscious mind. 
It’s a common misconception that meditation involves thinking about nothing. When you’re living with high levels of stress, anxiety, or just the intensity of the daily grind, attempting to ‘empty your mind’ is, understandably, an impossible ask.
The mind creates thoughts in the same way that the mouth salivates. Your thoughts or internal dialogue are not something you can turn off like a tap. However, you can learn how to give them a powerful focus.
Meditation takes practice and sometimes it can take time to find the format that suits you. In our guided meditation sessions, we’ll explore different approaches including:

I currently teach meditation for beginners and run guided meditation sessions online, via Zoom.

What are the benefits of meditation?

Meditation is an incredibly powerful tool that, if practised correctly and consistently, can help you move through life with more ease, contentment and success. 
Life is busy, intense, and ,at times, completely relentless. Most of us are living and working to absolute capacity, and we’re expected to be able to push through adversity or ignore signs of burnout in order to be the best.
But what if you could not only endure the high energy of life, but embrace and harness it? By committing to a handful of moments of meditation, you can slow your world back down, tap into your inner world, and just … take a breath.
Solve a problem by giving yourself the time and space to see it from a new angle. Take a step back from an intense week to remind yourself of and visualise your overall goal. Give yourself a moment to connect with your subconscious mind and draw from the strength, experience and resources you have buried deep within.
There are many benefits to be gained from meditation,  including:
Meditation is a skill and therefore requires practice and upkeep. While some people experience overnight shifts in thinking and the kind of improvements listed above, meditation is a lifelong practice and must be practised consistently in order to enjoy benefits long term.

Why do I need a meditation teacher?

Just because meditation is something that can be done alone and in the privacy of your own home, doesn’t mean it’s easy to understand or do.
Having someone to guide you through the process of meditation can be hugely beneficial, not least because there are plenty of common fallacies about the practice. Avoiding these pitfalls can help you get the most out of meditation and start enjoying benefits sooner.
As a trained meditation teacher I can offer you insight into different approaches, help you begin to meditate with guided sessions, and teach you the best tools and approaches so you can continue to develop your own practise.
I know from personal experience how powerful meditation can be but, like many self-focused pursuits, it can be all too easy to allow it to slip down your list of priorities. 
By beginning your meditation journey with a guide, you’re demonstrating a level of commitment to yourself. Plus, I can offer you vital accountability to ensure you keep putting aside time for you
Interested in learning more about meditation?
Let’s have a conversation.