I am a passionate advocate for meditation as both a speaker and writer. I have been honored to contribute various articles and post for:
‘Quiet Mind founder Sarah Fletcher Launches The Meditation Collective’: Leader Newspaper: May 2017
*A BAYSIDE meditation teacher has launched a guided group meditation session in Sandringham.
‘How to Meditate: 35 Meditation Teachers Show You How to Overcome the Biggest Meditation Mistakes’: CounterCulturist Blog: September 2016
*What did I share as the biggest meditation mistake? Read the article for more.
‘Busting the Stress of Busyness’: Mamamag : February 2015
*Understanding that stress is a normal part of life .. but being able to self-manage our stress when we want to (and need to) is invaluable.
*Introducing two Meditative Exercises that can almost instantly release tension and tightness in body and mind.
‘Each Step a Meditation’: Pigeonhole Magazine : August 2014
*A walking meditation is an excellent practice if you find yourself too restless or energetic to sit in a more formal seated practice, and can be done during your lunch hour or whenever you have a few minutes to just step out.
‘A beginner’s guide to meditation’: The Age : October 2013
*Quoted in The Age after speaking with journalist Amy Molloy on the power of Meditative Exercises to self-manage stress.
Regular columnist (unfortunately business no longer operating)
What is meditation? (Aug 2011)
Meditation to elixir of youth (Sep 2011)
The many flavors of meditation (Oct 2011)
Meditative Exercises (Nov 2011)
The Half Smile Practice (Dec 2011)
Morning Rituals (Feb 2012)
Mantra Meditation (Apr 2012)
Finding a Meditation Space (Jun 2012)
Just Watching (Aug 2012)
Spring Sunlight Meditation (Oct 2012)
‘Running and Meditation .. opposites?’: Healed newsletter : October 2011
*For those with a passion for running, or participate in any sport requiring endurance and high-level focus, then it might be time to consider these seven interesting facts about meditation.
‘Success Mindset .. from Caterpillar to Butterfly’
BOSS MENTOR: Renaissance Magazine : September 2009
*Having a regular meditation practice can be invaluable for handling those moments when life serves you a ‘curveball’ .. lessons learned in handling discomfort from the cushion to job redundancy and beyond.