Several years ago, I participated in a joint study between University of Washington and Bastyr University where I provided guided meditations twice weekly to patients in hospice. During that time I lead over 500 guided meditations. This experience profoundly impacted on my outlook on life. In my private practice, my focus is on helping people identify and explore how they want to live their lives through breathwork, mind-body medicine, biofeedback, and counseling. Below you find a few of my guided meditations. I plan to add more meditations over time.    

Breath Meditation

Cultivate mindfulness through the breath as the object of attention and concentration. 

Mindfulness Body Scan

This 20-minute guided meditation explores being present to the sensations in our body, moment-to-moment, without judgment.

Balancing Fields Meditation

Balance your mind-body by meditating on the various parts of yourself in order to create an integrated, connected whole.  

The word Metta, in Pali, is often translated as Lovingkindness. The practice of metta meditation is said to be an antidote to feelings of judgment and criticism. When we feel unsafe in the world, metta meditation can help open our hearts and provide us with some space for feelings of compassion, kindness and love.

Heart-Centered Meditation

Connect to the innate wisdom of your Heart through the breath and cultivating love and appreciation.