No. There is no affiliation with any religion and there is no conflict between what I teach and any religion. Some of these techniques and practices were developed in the context of Buddhism and Hinduism, but they are entirely generic and secular.
Well, “spiritual” means many different things to people. This is about developing your own resources. There’s no explicit affirmation or denial of a higher power.
Introductory group meetings (90 minutes) and initial individual evaluation meetings (25 minutes) are free. Other services are priced on a sliding scale according to each client’s ability to pay. In some instances I may offer name-your-price fees, where you pay what you feel the service is worth. See Services page for details.
A similar introductory course in mindfulness meditation would typically cost between $150 and $250 per student.
Similar courses in MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) and in learning to meditate typically cost between $200 and $500 per student.
Life coaching with a spiritual focus usually costs between $50 and $250 per session.
I am a Certified Life Coach (CLC). I’ve studied mindfulness, meditation, and nonduality for more than 40 years. In 2013 I began coaching people online to discover the truth of their identity, and in 2016 I began offering mindfulness-based training in Tucson, Arizona. See the My Story page for more.
I’ve offered dozens of mindfulness class series and intensives at six different branches of the Pima County Public Library, and an ongoing weekly private class series at Splendido at Rancho Vistoso, an adult living community.