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Nurturing Open Hearts and Calm Minds Through Stillness

I help create space, through meditation and mindfulness practices, for you to find more clarity and peace in your life. I believe the ripple effect of your calm heart and open mind will bless the world.

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Community heals, nurtures, and teaches. I welcome you to join our community, in whatever way feels right to you. It is my aim to keep my pricing accessible and my content relevant to those who are looking to invite more mindfulness into their journey.

Private Session

A private mindfulness and meditation session is 75 minutes, held online, or face to face for those in proximity. This is a dialogue based guided imagery session, where we move together through the..

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5 with 5 Women’s Small Group Meditation

This small group experience allows you to practice mindfulness and meditation with other like minded women. This is a beautiful way to make external connections while doing internal work. 

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Free Online 

Join our online community and share in refreshing conversations, uplifting messages, and regular invitations to mindful living.

Meditation Store

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Stress Reduction Meditation

Time: 16:11 mins

In this meditation we practice calming down in the face of stress or anxiety. We aren’t living in denial of our challenges, or trying to escape, but rather we practice bringing a calm mind and open heart to our challenges. This meditation will guide us through relaxation, breath awareness, calming imagery, and purposeful reflection so that we might bring more calm into our daily life.


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Sleep Meditation

Time: 33.50 mins

In this meditation we will practice inviting the mind into deeper, calmer, quieter spaces. This meditation is intended to guide one into sleep through breath awareness and relaxation techniques. The subtle music and longer, purposeful pauses will help cue our minds to release into sleep. The longer duration will allow us the space to practice letting go of the anxiety and frustration of not being able to find sleep. We practice allowing sleep to seep into us, slowly and deeply.


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Self Compassion Meditation

Time: 17.06 mins

In this meditation we practice grounding in Self Compassion. Compassion is the ability to hold ourselves in warm regard while attending to our flaws. This is a real practice. We are not often taught to do this, rather, we are taught to embellish or diminish in order to protect our sense of self that feels fragile. Our ability to hold ourselves in compassion will open up opportunities for us to learn to hold others in compassion.



I absolutely loved the time I was able to spend in group meditation with Juli leading and guiding us. I was able to bring forward some beautiful awareness of myself and my journey.

Heidi T.

About Juli

Juli is a licensed Meditation Instructor through the American Institute of Health Care Professionals. She offers in person and online practices, along with quarterly women’s retreats. Juli’s meditation practices emphasize stillness and receptivity as a way to seek wisdom and invite more calm. She and her husband have 5 children and live in Western Colorado.

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