Nancy brings extensive training of and practice with clinical hypnotherapy to her meditation practice. Although not meditation per se, it shares many features with mindfulness and meditation. Through guidance and teaching, clients are taught to be in the present, shifting a negative learned belief or way of being into a positive one or way, all in a non-judgmental manner. Nancy also has participated in many continuing education courses in mindfulness, culminating in a decision to focus on meditation as a living skillset.
“In 2017, as part of my treatment for my Traumatic Brain Injury, my neuro rehab provider had me begin a daily meditation practice. I said to myself, “Okay, I can do this.” So I did—and I found that I began to like it, then to look forward to it, and I began to anticipate doing it.
When I listened to a teaching talk by Shinzen Young on a beginning technique in Unified Mindfulness, I was pretty blown away by the simplicity of what he was presenting and the ease. I immediately looked into training in his techniques. This is where I met Rose.
We both were doing intensive training to become Coaches in Unified Mindfulness. A small group of us continue to meet weekly, reading, listening to what I would call Master Meditation teachers, and learning different techniques.
Mindfulness and Meditation have become part of my life. They have changed me for the better. I invite you to try meditation, step in at whatever level you are at, and join us in walking our paths to healthier thoughts, living, and being.”