I offer clients practical ways to incorporate the wisdom of mindfulness into daily life.
Mindfulness practice has not only helped me become more grateful, content, and fulfilled, but also increased my business performance, focus, and creativity. In this vein, I am committed to bringing the benefits of science-based mindfulness to the Dallas community. In addition to presenting for corporate and community clients, I teach seminars, workshops, and weekly group classes in mindfulness. Bolster your practice by joining a community of like-minded peers!
Here’s the thing about the biggest obstacles we face in life: they are our greatest teachers.
As a yoga and mindfulness teacher, my ultimate mission is to help others help themselves. I often tell my students that they have to take care of themselves in order to take care of others. Beginning to treat yourself with care & compassion is a gentle process. Kristen Neff, professor and researcher at the University of Texas at Austin, outlines three components of self-compassion practice: mindfulness, self-kindness, and connection.
As much as we wear “busy” as a badge of honor in the Western culture, it's not that glamorous to run around frantically without a clear purpose. Furthermore, constant “busyness” (business) actually has negative health consequences.
At 27 years old, I am blessed to say that I feel healthier and more radiant than ever before. I like to think that each passing year has allowed me to step more fully into my highest potential. In the hopes of inspiring your own personal development journey, I'd like to share 7 bits of wisdom from my 27 years.
The Wisdom 2.0 Conference was founded by Soren Gordhamer as a way for people to come together to celebrate and discuss wisdom, compassion, and mindfulness in the Digital Age. I was privileged to spend nearly a week in San Francisco drinking in the diverse speakers and attendees at Wisdom 2.0 and the subsequent Mindfulness Practice Day. The summary of my takeaways from time with renowned mindfulness teachers and technology gurus is simple: We don't always need to be perfect; we just need to be fully present.
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