Realizing your potential isn't about becoming someone else,

it’s about becoming more of who you already are.

How I can help you

“You don’t have to control your thoughts. You just have to stop letting them control you.” – Dan Millman

My classes, workshops and 1-on-1 coaching offer a wide variety of meditation styles, with one common objective: supporting and guiding you through your own personal journey of self-discovery. To ignite your passions and help you achieve more than you dreamed was possible.

Classes & Workshops

Having been certified through Lifestyles Meditation, Canada’s first meditation studio, my classes are non-theistic (not based on any particular religious or spiritual practice). The emphasis instead is on combining practical, science-based meditation with some traditional aspects to provide a holistic and accessible practice to anyone looking to reap the benefits of meditation.

1-on-1 Coaching

Being certified in the Results Coaching System through the Neuroleadership Institute, I use a brain-based approach to facilitate positive change in your life. This means I focus on supporting you in changing the underlying thinking and behaviors that are creating obstacles in your life or may no longer be serving you.

Meditation can help you actualize your potential

Meditation is a deeply personal experience, so what draws one person can be completely unique from another. That being said, there are four general themes I’ve seen that cause people to seek out meditation.

Feeling overwhelmed and generally stressed out by life.

Many people are looking to ‘have it all’ and start to feel overwhelmed and stressed by the pressure that places on them.  It’s hard not to be caught up in the whirlwind of to do lists, grocery lists, check lists, etc. and feel like it’s taking over your life. As a working mom, I know I’ve felt this more than a few time myself!

One of the earliest, and most profound, things people note when they’ve developed a regular meditation practice, is a feeling of spaciousness in their life. Meditation allows you the space to witness your life then choose how you want to engage. This space to more mindfully choose how you react to all life has to throw at you creates a general sense of calm. You notice what is setting you off and decide either to not have so much of it in your life or to react to it differently because it really is important.

Fundamentally, stress and overwhelm are all about perception. Meditation empowers you to notice that perception and change it if necessary thereby taking back control over your life.


Want to have better relationships.
It may seem weird that an activity you do quietly by yourself actually helps you to connect with others, but it’s true. Meditations that focus on the heart and connection with others, improve empathy and feelings of connection. Coming into relationships with a softer heart and a more spacious mind essentially means you have less disagreements, and it presents an opportunity to connect on a deeper level than you may have previously. The harmony this can bring to your family is priceless!
Want to have better mental health, focus and concentration
Ever feel like you have shiny object syndrome. Whatever you’re doing has your full attention until 2 seconds later that next thing has your full attention, and you can’t even remember what you were doing first. In this day and age, it’s easy to be distracted and lose concentration. Messages and notifications come at you instantly from tons of sources trying to capture your precious attention. Meditation can help you address all this mental clutter.

You can think of meditation like regular exercise for your brain. Just as you would use a physical fitness regime to keep your body in good health, your brain similarly benefits from its own exercise regime. Meditation requires you to maintain a certain level of focus. Overtime, you’ll notice an ability to maintain focus without having to try so hard to maintain it. This ultimately improves focus and concentration.

Since meditation brings you into the present moment, it also helps to keep you from ruminating – when you go over-and-over the same situation in your head and each time it gets a little bigger and badder each time. Stopping this chain of thought is a powerful tool in helping to manage stress and anxiety, which leads to better mental and physical health in the long term.


Looking to fulfill a call for a greater life purpose.

Many people come to meditation as a way to self-discovery. They may have the ideal job with just the right house, etc., but still feel a sense there’s something missing. If you’ve ever felt life lacked that spark or asked yourself ‘Is this all there is?’ then meditation can be a great first step to answering that question. The best way to get to know yourself and what you really want out of life is to spend some quality time with yourself. You’ll be surprised what comes out when you spend 20 – 30 minutes of dedicated quiet time with yourself every day.

I’ve found personally, that meditation can assist you in answering to very important questions in pursuing your passion and life’s purpose:

  1. What would I need to be to attract everything I want into my life?
  2. What would I need to be to ensure I don’t blow it up when I get there?

Still not sure if meditation is right for you? The best way to know is just to give it a try. The great thing about meditation is that it doesn’t require a big investment to get started. All that’s really needed is an open mind and a willingness to try!

My Certifications

These important tools allow me to help you prosper with purpose.

Let me help you prosper with purpose

Contact me to book a class, session or 1-on-1 coaching.

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