Mindfulness meditation is simple yet powerful, straightforward yet challenging. The path of practice is dotted with paradoxes that can either discourage us, leave us feeling stuck, or grant us freedom. Once we are able to see clearly and lean into the many paradoxes, we are available to establish deep and authentic relationships with ourselves, others, and the world around us.
What is practice mentoring?
As an experienced meditation practitioner and teacher, and through deep listening, practical guidance, accountability, and inspiration, I intend to help you create the conditions for a fruitful practice, and increase awareness and compassionate action in daily life.
This is ideal for those who wish to:
- establish a regular meditation practice
- embody self-love
- cultivate compassion and joy
- ride the ups and downs of life with more ease
What is the format?
Sessions are 30 minutes long and we meet at the frequency that suits your practice or budget best. You can book our first 30-minute session using this link.
Where does it take place?
Our sessions are done by phone or video conference; let me know your preference via email. If you would like to meet by video conference, we will meet in this online "room" at our scheduled time.
How much does it cost?
Our one-on-one mentoring sessions are offered based on a sliding scale, between $45-$60. If this is out of your range, let me know and we can discuss how we can make this accessible for you. Payments for Canadian meditators can be done by Interac email transfer (email firstname.lastname@example.org, answer to security question "meditation"). Meditators outside of Canada can offer dana by Paypal using this link.
Mentorship is not a teacher training, nor is it therapy or a substitute for therapy. It is a way to open up to new possibilities through supported and structured mindfulness practice.
When my time is limited due to my schedule, I give priority to self-identified practitioners of color.
To find out if this is for you, email me at email@example.com to let me know what your expectations are.