“Having been a student of yoga and various forms of meditation for several decades - and personally benefiting from the balance, and opening these practices offer - it's a great joy and honor to share what I've learned with others through introducing and guiding mindful and compassionate practices. I love practicing together as a group and am continuously learning from the collective wisdom that emerges when we practice in this way.
My passion (and career) has focused on supporting relationships (especially the earliest ones between parents/caregivers and children) with a spirit of open-heartedness and curiosity. In addition to leading classes at Silent Hum I work with parents through the Community of Mindful Parenting here in Seattle and am the Mindfulness in Early Childhood Director for a National nonprofit organization, ZERO TO THREE.
My belief is that mindful, contemplative practices help us uncover the many things the get in the way of being connected - to our lives in this moment, to something greater than ourselves and to each other. In a world that seems to be focused so much on difference, I believe these kinds of practices offer hopeful ways of navigating the all ways we are different and help us recognize the ways we share the same humanity.
My most influential teacher has been Michael Stone. I have deepest gratitude for his wisdom, creativity and generosity.”
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