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It’s a useful tool to have ongoing guidance from an experienced meditation teacher. I support people who are seeking transformation in their lives:
• finding a deeper meaning or sense of purpose to restore a sense of vitality;
• cultivating a healthy relationship to work and money;
• exploring love, trust and balance with others;
• tapping into one’s creativity;
• facing and moving beyond the many forms of compulsive behaviors.
Through ongoing dialogue, we develop a toolbox of spiritual practices which help in navigating life’s setbacks and opportunities.
I teach a variety of classes every week around New York and Brooklyn.
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“Breathwork is an amazingly wild and deeply profound process of experiential self-discovery. Tapping into and exorcising the long-buried grief of trapped wounds can be surprisingly intense, so having a highly aware guide who puts you at complete comfort in a safe environment is paramount. Kathy’s relatable approach to leading people through this fascinating journey is supremely clear, pragmatic and well-informed—yet delightfully playful and light-hearted—making it incredibly natural to trust and relax into an expansive unfolding that yields immediate and lasting benefits.”
-Leslie Burnett, Creative Director NYC
Public Classes- Check my calendar to see and register for upcoming public classes in New York City.
Small group Breathwork Circles- you and up to 6 friends choose a theme that’s meaningful and we do a deep dive. I incorporate a bit of ritual, a bit of energy work, some writing, some relational mindfulness and the Breathwork. Sessions run 2 hours and can be one-off sessions or multi meeting circles. We gather at the home of one of the groups members or in a Breather space. Exchange varies depending on numbers and location.
See Kathy’s schedule of Breathwork Classes in NYC
If you’re new to meditation I always suggest going to at least a few classes. It’s a very different experience meditating with a group than trying it on your own. That said, I know that this isn’t always an option for people. The next best thing is to use a guided meditation.
Listen to guided meditations here
The thing I hear most often from students is that they struggle with integrating mindfulness and meditation practice into their daily lives.
I created the Daily Pause to allow you to intentionally invite that interruption into your day. It’s like getting a tap on the shoulder at some point every day- that says “hey, stop and take a breath” or “reflect on this for a moment”.
If you already have What’sApp- message me with the request to join the Daily Pause and add me to your contacts.
take a break from the day to day to gain clarity and insight.
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It’s easy to bring meditation and mindfulness into your office.