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You Just Opened Your Eyes and

the Day Is Already Running You.

You Need To:

ENERGIZE

Be the Change You Are Looking For!

The best meditation style for starting your day with positive energy and clear intention is Nadi Shodhana. 

Nadi shodhana is breathing through one nostril at a time while closing the other nostril manually, to alternate breathing and airflow. Studies have shown this meditation has a balancing effect on the right and left hemispheres of the brain and rejuvenates the nervous system 

“You are not a drop in the ocean. You are an entire ocean in a drop.” - Rumi

Legacy, destiny, purpose: these words run through your mind as you start each day with the best of intention and end it thinking, "how did you get to this place?"  But this place is exactly where you should be, exactly as your are.

 You can change the world one heart and mind at a time through the example of your life and how you live it...when you live your life with intention.  And, your breath is the first step each morning.

 

Take that first step and breathe in rhythm to your purpose, your destiny, your legacy.  Let me show you how...

The Uncertains in Your Day Are

Piling Up and You Need To:

STABILIZE

Get Present and Get Perspective

The best meditation style when you feel overwhelmed and need to get perspective is Shamatha

Shamatha is known as reset breath or the breath that brings you back to the present

and is used in mindful meditation. It centers around awareness of your breath as it is.

“Listen to silence. It has much to say.” - Rumi

The world is filled with so much stimuli...all the time!  

If only you could make it all go quite and calm down

for a minute. Well... guess what?

You can, whenever you want to. 

I'm hear you and am here for you! And so is your breath!

 

Your breath can help you stop the noise whenever you choose. 

Yep, with your breath, the right motivation and tools you can create a space where you can get perspective and get grounded .  Let me show you how...

The Day is Done but Your Monkey Mind is Still Going.

You Need To:

UNPLUG

Turn it Off and Go To Sleep

The best meditation style for the end of the day, when you need to unplug and turn your mind off is Kumbhaka.

Kumbhaka is a breathing exercise that uses intermittent breath-holding following inhaling or exhaling. Navy Seals do it to fall asleep in minutes...so yeah, it works!

“What you seek is seeking you.” - Rumi

You are a force in motion and it's hard to turn that off just because it's time to go to sleep. But when you can't unplug and recharge...hello burn out.

 The world needs people like you, but you have to remember to fill up the tank.

Sleep is one of the most important things to staying grounded.

 

Deep, wave-like breathing will do wonders for you as you are a force of nature!

Breathing might seem like a no duh thing..you do it all day, right?...but once you have the right technique, the right motivation and the right tools to keep you breathing deeply every day there will be no stopping you.  Let me show you how...

Before we go any further, let me introduce myself...

Hi! I'm 

I'm a Breathwork meditation coach who use to be stressed out in her sleep before turning it around with the right meditation style for me. I've been featured in First for Women magazine and am a Breathwork meditation expert on Marriage.com

Let's find the meditation style that fits your day and build a practice that fits your life.  It's simpler than you think, let me show you how.

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