You say, “Someday, I’d like to learn to meditate.” Well, there is no “someday”; there is only now and Rebecca can help you learn how to create and sustain a daily home meditation practice without further delay.

People often think meditation is reserved for Buddhist monks, clergymen or ‘special people.’ With Rebecca’s guidance, you can successfully learn how to build your own practice and reap such benefits as:

• more inner peace
• relief from stress and anxiety
• decrease in symptoms of depression
• better concentration and memory
• better immunity
• better heart rate and lower blood pressure
• increase in creativity
• relief for pre- and postpartum depression
• improvement of mood, more patience and better emotional well-being
• ability to manage ADHD
• enhanced patience and compassion

Rebecca will help you overcome common roadblocks to meditation, including: lack of time or discipline, falling asleep while meditating, a restless mind, or a mere lack of knowledge about how to meditate.

In addition to creating a home practice, Rebecca introduces clients to various forms of meditation, including: simple breath meditation; guided imagery/visualizations; Trataka (candle gazing); loving kindness, walking, eating and laughing meditations; etc. Furthermore, she gives clients opportunities to practice various cathartic and active types of meditation, including: Kundalini and Dynamic meditations, Quantum Light Breath and other types of creative movement and self-expression.

As a meditation student and teacher herself, Rebecca can appreciate the merits of one’s sitting with his/her ‘difficult feelings’ and being able to process and move through these resistances with the assistance of a meditation mentor. This usually leads to the student gaining an increase in self-awareness, inner strength and emotional healing.


Harvard Studies on meditation found that there are “structural differences between the brains of experienced meditation practitioners and individuals with no history of meditation, observing thickening of the cerebral cortex in areas associated with attention and emotional integration.”

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“The more regularly and the more deeply you meditate, the sooner you will find yourself always acting from a center of inner peace.” – J. Donald Walters

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