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    Guided Meditation

    We offer individual and group Guided Meditations! Find a comfy, quiet space to relax and allow us to guide you to connect to your inner self, and to find peace, joy, and self-healing.

    Individual Meditation | $75 per session

    We offer individual guided meditation sessions, which allows us to tailor and focus the meditation on your individual goals, strengths, and needs.

    Group Meditation | $50 per session

    Group Meditations have a planned area of focus.  The benefit of the group setting is it allows you to connect with others, recognize you’re not alone in your emotional struggle, and helps you heal through the processing of other group members’ experiences.

    7 Chakra Series

    Each Chakra is a separate meditation topic.

    • Root: calms and grounds; energetically connects you to be fully present in your body.
    • Sacral (Sacred Feminine): embrace, identify, and connect with your feelings, sensuality and passion.
    • Solar Plexus (Sacred Masculine): boost your inner strength , courage, self esteem and internal power.
    • Heart: practice self-love and find self-compassion, which will lead you to a deeper, authentic love and kindness towards others; release heavy emotions such as hurt, resentment, anger, guilt.
    • Throat: learn to express yourself freely, authentically and creatively; develop stronger communication skills, and live according to your own truth.
    • Third Eye: the home of your intuition; balance your logical mind with your intuitive mind.
    • Crown: connect with and deepen your internal and external spiritual connection.
    Other Areas of Focus
    • Spiritual Awakening

    • Muscle Relaxation

    • Nature Walk

    • Inner Child

    • See Your Recovery

    • Anger Release

    • Peace Meditation

    • Soul & Heart (reconnect to your true self)

    • Sensual Feminine

    Guided Meditation Topics

    You have the choice to customize a Guided Meditation topic to fit your needs! Simply let your counselor know what area you’d like to focus on, and we will tailor the meditation to meet your individualized goals, strengths, and needs!

    If you’re unsure of where to start or are new to mindfulness / meditation, check out some of our recommended Guided Meditation topics.

    Also, keep reading below to learn more about Guided Meditation & Mindfulness Practices, including how they improve your overall mental & emotional wellness!

    Why Practice Mindfulness?

    In today’s society of increased technology use and instant gratification, people are often living on auto pilot and have become distracted from their inner selves.

    • Do you find yourself mindlessly scrolling on your device or social media with no intention?
    • Have you realized that you’ve driven from Point A to Point B without a recollection of how you got there? 
    • Do you catch yourself binge watching TV? 
    • Have you noticed that you have a tendency to immediately check your phone and or respond to notifications once you receive them? 
    • Even worse, do you have notifications turned on?!…

    With mindfulness practices, you learn how to live and enjoy quality of life by being aware of the present moment. All we have is right now. Yesterday is over; we can’t go back. Tomorrow isn’t here yet, and we can’t control the future.

    Your life is flying by. Don’t miss it. Participate in it. Be present.

    Let’s Get Zen Together.

    What our clients have to say

    “I just finished a wonderful meditation session with Kristy. After the session was done, it made me feel like I can take on the world! It relieved some stress that had been weighing on me for some time and made me feel empowered. Kristy is an amazing clinician and she makes my days brighter! Thank you so much!”

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    Understanding Mindfulness & Meditation

    What is a Guided Meditation?

    A guided meditation is a form of meditation that can be done solo or in a group setting. A guided meditation is different from meditation only in that you have a counselor guiding your through the meditation process with a set intention for the meditation. Meditation is a form of a mindfulness practice.

    A common myth about meditation is that you’re supposed to “not think”.  The true goal of meditation is to learn how to choose what thoughts / emotions you give your attention to. It allows you to recognize the thought or emotion that presents itself, and then you have the opportunity to let it go. Just as a wave comes up on shore and then flows away.

    Guided meditations help make the practice of letting go easier because there’s an intention set by the counselor and a specific topic to focus on within the meditation. This helps you redirect your attention back to the intention / topic of the meditation.

    What is mindfulness?

    According to the Oxford dictionary definition, “a mental state achieved by focusing one’s awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one’s feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic technique.”

    In short, it helps you learn how to be aware of and focus on the present moment.

    How does meditation or mindfulness practices improve mental + emotional health?

    Many of our emotional challenges stem from our internal thoughts about a situation, others, or ourselves. Mindfulness practices, like meditation, when practiced consistently over time, teaches your brain how to control your thoughts.

    When feeling anxious, worried, fearful, overwhelmed— you are living in the future. When feeling ashamed, guilty, grieving, substance use or trauma triggers present— you are living in the past.

    Mindfulness practices teach you how to redirect your mind to the present moment and creates a space for you to find gratitude for that present moment.

    • Learn how to control negative, anxious, or fear based thinking.
    • Learn how to redirect trauma / relapse triggers.
    • Enhance your spirituality.
    • Self-explore + connect with your inner self, without judgement. 

    Other Examples of Mindfulness Practices

    • Deep Breathing exercises
    • Progressive Muscle Relaxation
    • Yoga
    • Affirmations
    • Setting an intention for the day
    • Mindful eating- focus on tastes, textures, colors, smells, the thought of / action that you’re nourishing your body and mind rather than quickly eating, overeating, or doing other things while eating, such as scrolling on social media.
    • Anything! The truth is you can make anything a mindful practice by directing your focus and attention to the present! Exercise, cooking, showering, drinking tea… just to name a few!