You’ll never find me sitting cross-legged on a beach in a flowy robe, coiffed hair blowing gently in the breeze, surrounded by tranquility, exuding serenity. IRL, you might find me cooking an overly ambitious holiday meal or trying to fit in one more errand before the start of the next Zoom meeting.
I hold a certification from the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior as a Trained Mindfulness Facilitator and am a member of the International Mindfulness Teachers Association as well as being a licensed attorney. I do not teach people how to meditate, I teach them how to practice meditation.
By sharing personal stories and my struggles with mindfulness meditation, I teach others they too can learn to bring more mindful moments to their lives with practice.