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Vipassana or mindfulness meditation classes are offered either in group or private sessions.  The term Vipassana comes from the Sanskrit vi, meaning “intense” or “powerful,” and passana, meaning “seeing.”  It involves paying attention to the present moment, deliberately and nonjudgmentally and cultivating an attitude of unconditional presence in the moment.  There have been more than 1,500 studies conducted on the effect of mindfulness meditation, and it has been found to be beneficial for boosting the immune system, managing pain, decreasing blood pressure and heart rate, improving the quality of sleep, increasing energy levels, sharpening mental function, elevating and stabilizing mood, improving relationships and increasing resilience.

Cathy is a graduate of the Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program (MMTCP) from the Awareness Training Institute and Greater Good Science Center at the University of California Berkeley.  She studied with her teachers and mentors, Tara BrachJack Kornfield, Janice Gates, Stan Eisenstein and a long list of exceptional, inspirational teachers and peers.  She is currently studying with James Baraz and is a student of his "Awakening Joy" Teacher Training Program and is studying Trauma Informed Mindfulness with David Treleaven.

15-30 minute private session/ $50

60 minute private session / $100

75 minute private session /$125

Private group sessions - TBD


CONTACT for sliding scale meditation sessions. Meditation sessions are available for everyone regardless of ability to pay.

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