Our weekly, guided meditation circle is grounded in the body and powered by community. In May of 2017 we shifted from a “drop-in” public offering to a committed community that now meets privately, on a seasonal/quarterly basis.

Together we cultivate a nourishing quality of presence that is uncommon yet vitally needed in our modern lives. From the beginning, participants consistently reported that they could access deep states of meditation in our circle that they do not experience alone or with other groups.

Our group is currently closed to new members for the season, but we will likely offer a open evening in January of 2018 for potential new members in the winter season. If you sense that you may be nourished by joining this soulful community, please contact me to be placed on our invitation list or to discuss other opportunities.





Comments from our 2016 Spring/Summer series…

“At the start of each session, Helen asks us how we are feeling and then she uses this feedback from everyone to guide us into a most peaceful, beautiful space. And at the end, I feel like we emerge from our meditation as a connected, loving community.” – David G.


“I really love this meditation circle. I notice your intuition and how you use it to sense what people need every time, as well as the positive energy that radiates around you. I definitely intend to continue in the fall.” – Einat A. 


“What I appreciate most about this circle is Helen’s voice and ease of being. Very organic and soothing. Very ahhhh…” – Sally O.


“I truly cannot think of anything that might improve my experience, which seems to get better each time…[I appreciate] Helen’s gentle coaching and guidance and the beautiful, meditative exploration that she leads (different every time), combined with the extraordinary circle of friends and fellow travelers, many of whom I cannot wait to see again.” – Meegan M.


“Helen is fantastic. Calming with emphasis on empathy and connection with others in the group. And she was happy to stick around afterward when some of us needed to talk.” – Participant