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Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness, like many aspects of life, is subject to interpretation.

While the most common definition labels it as present moment awareness, even this description may not fully convey its depth. Numerous observations, sensations, and experiences unfold moment to moment.

Mindfulness can be viewed as a one-pointed awareness—a complete presence with a singular focal point and intention. The choice lies in whether to delve into the details or take a broader perspective, akin to deciding whether to be in the woods, among the trees, or viewing the forest from a distance. Are you the adventurer, experiencing sensations, feelings, emotions, and thoughts as they arise, or are you the observer?

There's no inherently right viewpoint or wrong perspective; they simply represent different intentions. Mindfulness entails being present with whatever arises, whether actively participating in those experiences or observing them. It involves resisting the impulse to manipulate, change, resolve, or dive into the rabbit hole, seeking their origin. It's about moment-to-moment awareness and acceptance of what is.

Struggling to live presently or struggling to sleep? Practice Mindfulness & Yoga Nidra. These are forms of meditation where you focus on being aware of what's arising. You tap into what you're sensing and feeling in the moment without feeling the need to manipulate, change or judge anything. 
Nicole Bacon
Yoga with Props

Meditation Styles



Often referred to as Yogic Sleep, Yoga Nidra transcends the layers of your consciousness, 

taking you to a relaxed sleep-like state

Guided Meditation

With the use of imagery and storytelling, gently travel through the neurological pathways of your brain to create new ones

Emotional Labeling

By becoming aware of sensations, be guided towards labeling, reconnecting and befriending the emotions that reside there


Tap into your energetic body through guided imagery directed towards releasing any blocked chakras and energy centers in the body.

Moment to moment awareness. The use of different practices to relax the body and mind allowing you to be fully present in your experience

Relieves stress and anxiety

Helps you live presently

Improves sleep
Calms the mind and body by supporting the parasympathetic nervous system (rest & digest)
Assists in emotional regulation, well-being and improves mental health
Lowers blood pressure, relieves chronic pain, alleviates gastrointestinal difficulties. 
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