Healthy brain, healthy life.


Accessible, science-based mindfulness teachings for stress management, peak performance, and overall wellbeing.


I have worked with companies, groups, and individuals across the state of Texas, with specialties in presenting to:
-    Corporations
-    Educators
-    Top performers
-    Professional societies
-    Yoga teacher trainees
-    Caregivers

Why Mindfulness?

Here’s what I wish I had known when a 2015 mental health crisis forced me to step back from Program Management at Texas Instruments…our brains can change! The concept of “neuroplasticity” teaches that our brains are not fixed entities; we shape our mental health through lifestyle, choice, and cognitive training like mindfulness.

Mindfulness meditation can not only mitigate stress, anxiety, and depression, but also equip you to better handle future stressors. Consistent mindfulness training has also been shown to improve working memory and enhance the ability to focus and shut out distractions. In short, mindfulness helps you let go of negative cognitive patterns and strengthen positive ones. As Hebb’s Law states, “neurons that fire together wire together” – we can reshape our brains with training and new habits.

Try this: close your eyes and place a hand on your belly. Take three deep breaths into your hand, feeling the belly expand on the inhales and deflate on the exhales. This simple act of belly breathing stimulates the vagus nerve, which controls the autonomic nervous system. A few deep belly breaths help to reset the central nervous system by engaging our parasympathetic, or “rest and digest” nervous system.


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I am passionate about wellness, and the techniques I share are firmly rooted in science: I have a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and am currently studying Applied Cognition & Neuroscience at the University of Texas at Dallas. I have completed two-day, four-day, and ten-day silent meditation retreats and have studied the UMass Medical School’s Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction technique. As a recovering perfectionist and Type A engineer, I love sharing practical mindfulness tips with high performers and those who think they are “too busy” or “too stressed” to meditate.