Taking you from stressed to serene.

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Relaxed. Focused. Energized. Calm. Invigorated.

These are just some of the feelings the women I encounter are seeking. In today's world, you'll be hard-pressed to find a working woman who isn't feeling stressed, anxious, foggy-headed, burned out, or all of the above.

Why is it that we wear our busyness like a badge of honour?

That the extent of our exhaustion is a measure of how hard we’ve been working?

That waking up feeling groggy with a fast-paced heart rate is a normal part of life?

I have a hunch that if you’re here, you know there’s more to life than this.

You may have heard of meditation as the hot new-but-not-new tool that'll help you combat stress, drop the anxiety, and wake up feeling like a focused mother...I think you know where I'm going.

But what if you’re not spiritual, religious, or into all that woo-woo stuff?

How the hell are you supposed to find 20 minutes in your day to do nothing? And when you get there, how do you get your brain to shut up?

These are common reasons to avoid practicing meditation. And don’t worry, I get it – while I am ALL about the woo (bring on the crystals and sage!), the thought of sitting in silence for 20 minutes seemed overwhelming, and to be honest, a little scary.

My resistance towards any form of meditation or mindfulness lasted over a year, giving me ample time to experience numerous panic attacks, stress-ridden outbursts, and a deep belief that there was something inherently wrong with me.

I should be able to handle this.

Eventually, I stopped listening to the experts and took matters into my own hands. 20 minutes of meditation seemed too crazy, but I could focus on my breath for a minute.

Chanting mantras in my living room seemed kinda weird (even for me), but I could focus on what my legs felt like while I was riding a bike.

I made mindfulness work for me, and now I’m here to teach you how to do the same.

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Here's What You'll Get

  •  Daily emails with a simple task to help bring more awareness and intentionality to your day. Read and practice in less than 5 minutes.
  • Audio recordings to help guide you through the practices.
  • An opportunity to take a few quiet moments for yourself each day, a hot commodity in a world that asks us to do everything for everyone.
  • Demystification of mindfulness and meditation.
  • Reduced stress and anxiety, greater focus, improved mood, and increased confidence.
  • A higher appreciation for your body and your brain.

And did I mention it’s free?

You deserve to feel calm, cool, and collected.

Stressed, agitated, and overwhelmed are not your birthrights.

And contrary to popular belief, you don’t need to be a raw vegan, yoga-practicing hippie to experience the benefits that come from a little mindfulness.

Mindfulness doesn’t have to change your life. It can simply help you experience your current life a little more fully.

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A word from your Coach:

Hi! If we haven’t met yet, I’m Ariana. I’m one of those people who always used to respond with “Busy” when asked how I was.

A high-achieving Type A control freak, I’ve got years of loading unneeded stress on my plate behind me. Add an anxious personality to that, and you’ve got a recipe for disaster.

Panic attacks used to be the norm for me. Existential crises were part of my weekly routine. Like clockwork, every three months I’d get myself into an anxious spiral, feeling totally overwhelmed with everything staring back at me on my to-do list.

I’d end up needing to take days, sometimes weeks away from my work, leaving me feeling even more stressed at the idea of everything that would be waiting for me when I got back.

Doesn’t sound very zen, does it?

Meditation was suggested to me many times during the course of several nervous breakdowns. But the idea of needing to take 20 minutes out of my day to sit and do nothing seemed counterintuitive. Trying to get my go-go-go brain to shut up for even just a few minutes seemed downright impossible.

So I ignored the recommendations and spiraled further and further into burnout and exhaustion.

I didn’t have a “rock bottom” moment with my stress that landed me in the hospital or anything like that. One day I simply woke up feeling tired of feeling tired.

Over feeling as though there was never enough time to get things done.

Through with constantly feeling like there was a gerbil inside my chest and an elephant on top.

So I started focusing on my breath for a minute at a time. I gradually increased it to two minutes, three minutes, then ten minutes. I incorporated more mindfulness into my day in small, manageable-for-me ways.

Over time, that overarching feeling that something was about to go wrong became less intense. Long to-do lists felt less overwhelming, and “busy” was no longer a word I chose to describe myself with.

Anxiety hasn’t fully disappeared from my life, but the grip it takes is much lighter than it used to be. The weeks of downtime I previously needed to take have now shifted to only a few hours. All thanks to making time for some quiet stillness in my day.

Ready to see what mindfulness can do for you?