What's the first thing your mind sees when you wake up or the last thing it sees before you go to bed?

Email? Facebook? News?

What we feed our minds with can have an effect on our mood, our bodies and our sleep.

Practicing meditation in the morning lets you inject into your day a certain vibration, a purposeful energy and space to help you get centered, connected and grounded so anything that can possibly happen and will happen during your day will not knock you off your feet.

Practicing meditation in the evening helps you disconnect, let go and shed the day's stress and worries away so you can sleep in peace and give your body the rest it needs.

Meditation is a practice, much like your yoga practice, and only works if you show up and devote time for it. Yes, you can get some meditation minutes in during your yoga class. It certainly helps and feels great but imagine taking that feeling further. Imagine what an extra 15-30 minutes of time dedicated to nurture your mental and emotional well-being will do for you.

I know all the "buts" that you're thinking of right now, cause I go through all the same excuses but I know for certain that when you show up to sit and quiet the chatter, the shifts that need to happen will happen, the answers you seek will reveal themselves to you, the joy, peace and love you crave will all be waiting for you.


Don't have time?.................................Show up anyways.
Need more sleep?..............................Show up anyways.
Not sure if you can sit still?............Show up anyways.
Never done it before?......................Show up anyways.

It doesn't matter if you literally roll out of bed. Just show up! Things will work out. It always does when you show up.

You have two opportunities to show up starting Monday, May 4th:

  • 7:15am - 7:45am
  • 7:45pm - 8:05pm


$20 for the whole month, attend one or both meditation sessions.