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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Meditation?


Meditation is the practice of observing your thoughts and feelings without judgement, gaining a healthy sense of perspective. It’s not about trying to turn off your thoughts or feelings, but trying to understand them better, without allowing them to overwhelm you. Through practice, meditation is able to help us find peace and calm within ourselves which translates to many aspects of our lives. Meditation is a practice that has many different styles - you might find that sitting calmly to meditate in a dim room works best for you, or you might like a walking meditation, following along with a guided meditation, or you might be most inspired to meditate to music. We encourage you to explore all the different types of meditation and find the right style for you!




How can I use Meditation in my day to day life?


What a great question! Meditation is such a beautiful tool to use in your daily life. Even if you only have a moment, relaxing, taking a series of deep breaths, closing your eyes and allowing your mind to calm can be so beneficial! We really love morning meditations to help set our intention for the day - here are a couple we really like! • Meditation for Setting Boundaries • Morning Clarity Meditation is also an amazing way to relax and calm your mind and body before sleep. It can even help you have a deeper and more peaceful sleep. Here are a couple of our favourite before bed meditations. Deep Relaxation Meditation • Breathing into Sleep • Sleep Chakra Meditation Music Meditation is also a great tool to use if you find yourself feeling anxious, stressed out, or ungrounded throughout the day to help you reset and re-focus yourself. Here are a couple quick meditations that are our favourites for the middle of the day. • SOS - Instant Stress & Anxiety Relief • Natural Mindfulness Breathing Space




I don’t have a lot of time, can I still meditate?


Of course you can! If you have a minute while you are waiting for your morning coffee to brew then you can meditate. All it takes is enough time to close your eyes, take a few deep, centering breaths and to become conscious of what is going on inside of your head. You can take 30 seconds to acknowledge the thoughts you are having without holding onto them, take a few more deep breaths, really paying attention to how the breath moves through your body. BOOM! You’ve just meditated. “You should meditate for 20 minutes each day, unless you feel you’re too busy. Then you should meditate for an hour.” We’re just going to leave this quote here though, because making time for self care is super important! You’d be completely amazed what carving out 20 minutes for meditation can do for your mental clarity for the rest of the day.




I can’t get my mind to relax, what can I try?


Meditation is a practice. It takes time and repetition to get ‘good’ at achieving a meditative state, so be gentle and compassionate with yourself if you’re struggling. The more you try and force relaxation on your mind the more difficult it becomes - so cut yourself some slack! We find that setting the intention of ‘every session my mind focuses for a little longer’ can be really supportive and freeing. There are also so many different styles of meditation you can try. If you have a really busy mind you might find starting off with a walking meditation to be really helpful. Guided meditations are also great if you struggle with focus, and some people really enjoy things like binaural beats to help them relax their minds. Here are a couple of meditations that we like: • Releasing Meditation • Learning to Surrender • Delta Waves & Oceanic Sounds for Deep Rest




I sit down to meditate but it doesn’t seem to be working, am I doing something wrong?


Nope! There really is no ‘wrong’ meditation. Meditation can feel all sorts of different ways - a lot of the times we have an expectation that something monumental is going to happen. And while crazy meditation experiences are awesome, a lot of the time you might just come out of meditation feeling relaxed and recharged - which is fantastic! You might also feel a little more focused, or calm. Meditation is a very personal experience and is different for everyone! Having a high expectation of what is going to happen during your meditation experience might actually get in the way of what is REALLY happening during your meditiaton. Another thing that people struggle with is a busy mind that's difficult to focus, in this way they might feel like meditation isn’t working for them. See the above question for some suggestions about what to do when you encounter a busy ‘monkey mind’ during meditation.




Can my kids meditate?


Meditation is amazing for kids! More and more we see meditation and mindfulness being offered in schools and we couldn’t be more happy with this trend! There are lots of guided meditations that are geared towards children and are a great introduction to meditation! Sometimes the absolute best way to get kids interested in meditation is to lead by example - here is the link to a great article about this exact thing that we think is really worth a read. How to teach your kids about meditation Our favourite (and free!) meditation app, Insight timer actually has an entire section specifically for kids! Let them scroll through and find something that speaks to them! Children's Meditations




Where can I find other meditations?


Such an exciting question! You don’t really need anything to meditate at all, just yourself and your mind, but, if you like things like music, guided meditations, bells, or a beat to accompany you, technology has got you covered! Insight Timer is our favourite meditation app - so many meditations, teachers, and music right at your finger tips. Youtube is another great resource for finding all sorts of meditations from us, and from so many others. Here is the link to our YouTube channel where you can find our meditations. Here are some great keywords if you’re wanting to explore something new: mindfulness meditations, meditation for anxiety, mantra meditation, binaural beat meditiation, singing bowl meditation, sound bath for meditation. We’d love to know some of your favourites!




When is the best time to meditate?


Anytime! Whenever you can make some time in your schedule is the best time to meditate. Whenever you feel like you don’t have any time, try and carve out 5 minutes to do a quick practice - your mind will really thank you! So often we get stuck in this loop of feeling like we don’t have the time or energy - the focus that can come from meditation can actually help you to be a lot more productive and get away from the feeling of being overwhelmed!




Can I do it wrong?


Nope! There is absolutely no wrong way to meditate. You might come across practices and styles that don’t resonate with you as deeply as some others, and that’s totally fine. Not every meditation style will speak to everyone the same, but it in no way has anything to do with doing it ‘wrong’.





Women's Circles


    Meditation

What is reiki


Reiki is an ancient Japanese healing modality that promotes relaxation as well as emotional and physical healing. Reiki is non-invasive and works through energy, promoting alignment and balance.




Who is Reiki beneficial for?


Reiki is a powerful healing tool for everyone! It’s non invasive and can be gentle enough to work on everyone young and old and inbetween. Pets also benefit greatly from the healing energy of reiki and a growing portion of our clientele have 4 legs ;)




I'm unwell, can I still get reiki?


Reiki can be an amazing modality for people who are struggling with illnesses/diseases. We have worked with people who have cancer, autoimmune disorders, liver and kidney issues. We even have experience working with individuals in hospice - reiki has been a beautiful experience for them. Because we work closely with people with compromised immune systems, we ask that you refrain from booking a reiki session if you have a cold or flu - we’re more than happy to reschedule for when you're feeling better!




What should I wear to a reiki treatment?


Comfortable clothes work best for a reiki session. During your reiki session, you’ll remain fully clothed. We will bring a massage table and an assortment of blankets and sheets to make you comfy and cozy.




How long will a session last?


A typical session lasts 45 minutes to an hour. We are more than happy to discuss any length of reiki session that you would like! Length of session will be reflected in rates.




What will I feel during a reiki session?


Reiki is a non-invasive modality, it does include light touch from your practitioner at several points on your body (the chakra points). The points that we typically work on are: top of head (crown chakra), forhead (third eye chakra), back of head at neck, throat (throat chakra), top of chest (heart chakra), bottom of ribcage, stomach (solar plexus), hips (sacral chakra), knees and feet (root chakra). Your practitioner will discuss with you prior to your session your comfort level and any spots on your body that you are uncomfortable with light tough - reiki can be performed without touch as well - just be sure to let your practitioner know of your preference beforehand. Your experience during a reiki session will be unique - everyone is different, and sessions can feel different depending on what you're working through at that time. That being said, many of our clients report feeling warmth, tingles, a flow of energy, a sense of calm, relaxed, pulsing sensation. If at any point these sensations become too intense or uncomfortable for you, be sure to let us know! Quite often people and animals will feel uncomfortable prior to a shift in energy which dissipates after the shift occurs. During your session you are more than welcome to address any feeling that you are having - emotional or physical - we can adjust what we are doing at any point.




What if I fall asleep?


Totally fine! A lot of people do - reiki still works while you’re asleep and you’ll still receive the benefit. We don’t mind you sleeping, we could care less if you snore, and we’ll totally wake you up at the end. This is a natural response to feeling really relaxed.




What if I pass gas?


We actually get asked this question a lot. It seems that many people are afraid of this! Because Reiki works through the movement of energy, it means that your guts move too and it could lead to you passing gas. We aren’t bothered by this at all - it's a natural and normal function of the healing body and we’ll let you in on a little secret - because we move energy through our bodies as well when we’re doing your reiki session, it’s been known to happen to us as well.




How will I feel after my reiki treatment?


A lot of our clients tell us that they feel very relaxed, very peaceful, and have a great sleep! We’ve had some clients experience quite a shift in their thought patterns or even noticed shifts in their physical bodies! People often feel tired as their body processes all the healing effects of reiki, while others feel energized and ready to take on the world! We’ve also had clients tell us that they felt much lighter and more free than they had in years after processing the emotions that they’d been holding onto! There is no right or wrong way to feel after reiki - REIKI HEALS WHAT YOU’RE READY TO HEAL AND ABLE TO HANDLE <3




I find it hard to relax, can reiki still help me?


Of course! We have quite a few clients that come to us feeling antsy and having troubles relaxing and find it to be really benificial! Give us 45 minutes and we’re certain you’ll relax!




I suffer from anxiety, is reiki helpful for this?


Reiki can be very supportive for those suffering from anxiety. Although reiki is not a treatment for anxiety, it can be an important part of a treatment plan. In Eastern medicine, issues like anxiety and depression are thought to be caused by an imbalance in the body - something that reiki can help to shift.




I suffer from depression, is reiki helpful?


Reiki can be very supportive for those suffering from depression. Although reiki is not a treatment for depression, it can be an important part of a treatment plan. In Eastern medicine, issues like anxiety and depression are thought to be caused by an imbalance in the body - something that reiki can help to shift.




How often should I get reiki?


Reiki is a great self care modality that a majority of our clients like to book once a month or so. Some clients we see more often especially if they are working through something challenging emotionally or physically. Sometimes we’ll see people every few months or just whenever they feel inspired! Reiki is there for you when you need it, to heal what is ready to be healed.





Women's Circles


    Reiki

What is Meditation?


Meditation is the practice of observing your thoughts and feelings without judgement, gaining a healthy sense of perspective. It’s not about trying to turn off your thoughts or feelings, but trying to understand them better, without allowing them to overwhelm you. Through practice, meditation is able to help us find peace and calm within ourselves which translates to many aspects of our lives. Meditation is a practice that has many different styles - you might find that sitting calmly to meditate in a dim room works best for you, or you might like a walking meditation, following along with a guided meditation, or you might be most inspired to meditate to music. We encourage you to explore all the different types of meditation and find the right style for you!




How can I use Meditation in my day to day life?


What a great question! Meditation is such a beautiful tool to use in your daily life. Even if you only have a moment, relaxing, taking a series of deep breaths, closing your eyes and allowing your mind to calm can be so beneficial! We really love morning meditations to help set our intention for the day - here are a couple we really like! • Meditation for Setting Boundaries • Morning Clarity Meditation is also an amazing way to relax and calm your mind and body before sleep. It can even help you have a deeper and more peaceful sleep. Here are a couple of our favourite before bed meditations. Deep Relaxation Meditation • Breathing into Sleep • Sleep Chakra Meditation Music Meditation is also a great tool to use if you find yourself feeling anxious, stressed out, or ungrounded throughout the day to help you reset and re-focus yourself. Here are a couple quick meditations that are our favourites for the middle of the day. • SOS - Instant Stress & Anxiety Relief • Natural Mindfulness Breathing Space




I don’t have a lot of time, can I still meditate?


Of course you can! If you have a minute while you are waiting for your morning coffee to brew then you can meditate. All it takes is enough time to close your eyes, take a few deep, centering breaths and to become conscious of what is going on inside of your head. You can take 30 seconds to acknowledge the thoughts you are having without holding onto them, take a few more deep breaths, really paying attention to how the breath moves through your body. BOOM! You’ve just meditated. “You should meditate for 20 minutes each day, unless you feel you’re too busy. Then you should meditate for an hour.” We’re just going to leave this quote here though, because making time for self care is super important! You’d be completely amazed what carving out 20 minutes for meditation can do for your mental clarity for the rest of the day.




I can’t get my mind to relax, what can I try?


Meditation is a practice. It takes time and repetition to get ‘good’ at achieving a meditative state, so be gentle and compassionate with yourself if you’re struggling. The more you try and force relaxation on your mind the more difficult it becomes - so cut yourself some slack! We find that setting the intention of ‘every session my mind focuses for a little longer’ can be really supportive and freeing. There are also so many different styles of meditation you can try. If you have a really busy mind you might find starting off with a walking meditation to be really helpful. Guided meditations are also great if you struggle with focus, and some people really enjoy things like binaural beats to help them relax their minds. Here are a couple of meditations that we like: • Releasing Meditation • Learning to Surrender • Delta Waves & Oceanic Sounds for Deep Rest




I sit down to meditate but it doesn’t seem to be working, am I doing something wrong?


Nope! There really is no ‘wrong’ meditation. Meditation can feel all sorts of different ways - a lot of the times we have an expectation that something monumental is going to happen. And while crazy meditation experiences are awesome, a lot of the time you might just come out of meditation feeling relaxed and recharged - which is fantastic! You might also feel a little more focused, or calm. Meditation is a very personal experience and is different for everyone! Having a high expectation of what is going to happen during your meditation experience might actually get in the way of what is REALLY happening during your meditiaton. Another thing that people struggle with is a busy mind that's difficult to focus, in this way they might feel like meditation isn’t working for them. See the above question for some suggestions about what to do when you encounter a busy ‘monkey mind’ during meditation.




Can my kids meditate?


Meditation is amazing for kids! More and more we see meditation and mindfulness being offered in schools and we couldn’t be more happy with this trend! There are lots of guided meditations that are geared towards children and are a great introduction to meditation! Sometimes the absolute best way to get kids interested in meditation is to lead by example - here is the link to a great article about this exact thing that we think is really worth a read. How to teach your kids about meditation Our favourite (and free!) meditation app, Insight timer actually has an entire section specifically for kids! Let them scroll through and find something that speaks to them! Children's Meditations




Where can I find other meditations?


Such an exciting question! You don’t really need anything to meditate at all, just yourself and your mind, but, if you like things like music, guided meditations, bells, or a beat to accompany you, technology has got you covered! Insight Timer is our favourite meditation app - so many meditations, teachers, and music right at your finger tips. Youtube is another great resource for finding all sorts of meditations from us, and from so many others. Here is the link to our YouTube channel where you can find our meditations. Here are some great keywords if you’re wanting to explore something new: mindfulness meditations, meditation for anxiety, mantra meditation, binaural beat meditiation, singing bowl meditation, sound bath for meditation. We’d love to know some of your favourites!




When is the best time to meditate?


Anytime! Whenever you can make some time in your schedule is the best time to meditate. Whenever you feel like you don’t have any time, try and carve out 5 minutes to do a quick practice - your mind will really thank you! So often we get stuck in this loop of feeling like we don’t have the time or energy - the focus that can come from meditation can actually help you to be a lot more productive and get away from the feeling of being overwhelmed!




Can I do it wrong?


Nope! There is absolutely no wrong way to meditate. You might come across practices and styles that don’t resonate with you as deeply as some others, and that’s totally fine. Not every meditation style will speak to everyone the same, but it in no way has anything to do with doing it ‘wrong’.





Women's Circles


    Reiki for animals

What is Meditation?


Meditation is the practice of observing your thoughts and feelings without judgement, gaining a healthy sense of perspective. It’s not about trying to turn off your thoughts or feelings, but trying to understand them better, without allowing them to overwhelm you. Through practice, meditation is able to help us find peace and calm within ourselves which translates to many aspects of our lives. Meditation is a practice that has many different styles - you might find that sitting calmly to meditate in a dim room works best for you, or you might like a walking meditation, following along with a guided meditation, or you might be most inspired to meditate to music. We encourage you to explore all the different types of meditation and find the right style for you!




How can I use Meditation in my day to day life?


What a great question! Meditation is such a beautiful tool to use in your daily life. Even if you only have a moment, relaxing, taking a series of deep breaths, closing your eyes and allowing your mind to calm can be so beneficial! We really love morning meditations to help set our intention for the day - here are a couple we really like! • Meditation for Setting Boundaries • Morning Clarity Meditation is also an amazing way to relax and calm your mind and body before sleep. It can even help you have a deeper and more peaceful sleep. Here are a couple of our favourite before bed meditations. Deep Relaxation Meditation • Breathing into Sleep • Sleep Chakra Meditation Music Meditation is also a great tool to use if you find yourself feeling anxious, stressed out, or ungrounded throughout the day to help you reset and re-focus yourself. Here are a couple quick meditations that are our favourites for the middle of the day. • SOS - Instant Stress & Anxiety Relief • Natural Mindfulness Breathing Space




I don’t have a lot of time, can I still meditate?


Of course you can! If you have a minute while you are waiting for your morning coffee to brew then you can meditate. All it takes is enough time to close your eyes, take a few deep, centering breaths and to become conscious of what is going on inside of your head. You can take 30 seconds to acknowledge the thoughts you are having without holding onto them, take a few more deep breaths, really paying attention to how the breath moves through your body. BOOM! You’ve just meditated. “You should meditate for 20 minutes each day, unless you feel you’re too busy. Then you should meditate for an hour.” We’re just going to leave this quote here though, because making time for self care is super important! You’d be completely amazed what carving out 20 minutes for meditation can do for your mental clarity for the rest of the day.




I can’t get my mind to relax, what can I try?


Meditation is a practice. It takes time and repetition to get ‘good’ at achieving a meditative state, so be gentle and compassionate with yourself if you’re struggling. The more you try and force relaxation on your mind the more difficult it becomes - so cut yourself some slack! We find that setting the intention of ‘every session my mind focuses for a little longer’ can be really supportive and freeing. There are also so many different styles of meditation you can try. If you have a really busy mind you might find starting off with a walking meditation to be really helpful. Guided meditations are also great if you struggle with focus, and some people really enjoy things like binaural beats to help them relax their minds. Here are a couple of meditations that we like: • Releasing Meditation • Learning to Surrender • Delta Waves & Oceanic Sounds for Deep Rest




I sit down to meditate but it doesn’t seem to be working, am I doing something wrong?


Nope! There really is no ‘wrong’ meditation. Meditation can feel all sorts of different ways - a lot of the times we have an expectation that something monumental is going to happen. And while crazy meditation experiences are awesome, a lot of the time you might just come out of meditation feeling relaxed and recharged - which is fantastic! You might also feel a little more focused, or calm. Meditation is a very personal experience and is different for everyone! Having a high expectation of what is going to happen during your meditation experience might actually get in the way of what is REALLY happening during your meditiaton. Another thing that people struggle with is a busy mind that's difficult to focus, in this way they might feel like meditation isn’t working for them. See the above question for some suggestions about what to do when you encounter a busy ‘monkey mind’ during meditation.




Can my kids meditate?


Meditation is amazing for kids! More and more we see meditation and mindfulness being offered in schools and we couldn’t be more happy with this trend! There are lots of guided meditations that are geared towards children and are a great introduction to meditation! Sometimes the absolute best way to get kids interested in meditation is to lead by example - here is the link to a great article about this exact thing that we think is really worth a read. How to teach your kids about meditation Our favourite (and free!) meditation app, Insight timer actually has an entire section specifically for kids! Let them scroll through and find something that speaks to them! Children's Meditations




Where can I find other meditations?


Such an exciting question! You don’t really need anything to meditate at all, just yourself and your mind, but, if you like things like music, guided meditations, bells, or a beat to accompany you, technology has got you covered! Insight Timer is our favourite meditation app - so many meditations, teachers, and music right at your finger tips. Youtube is another great resource for finding all sorts of meditations from us, and from so many others. Here is the link to our YouTube channel where you can find our meditations. Here are some great keywords if you’re wanting to explore something new: mindfulness meditations, meditation for anxiety, mantra meditation, binaural beat meditiation, singing bowl meditation, sound bath for meditation. We’d love to know some of your favourites!




When is the best time to meditate?


Anytime! Whenever you can make some time in your schedule is the best time to meditate. Whenever you feel like you don’t have any time, try and carve out 5 minutes to do a quick practice - your mind will really thank you! So often we get stuck in this loop of feeling like we don’t have the time or energy - the focus that can come from meditation can actually help you to be a lot more productive and get away from the feeling of being overwhelmed!




Can I do it wrong?


Nope! There is absolutely no wrong way to meditate. You might come across practices and styles that don’t resonate with you as deeply as some others, and that’s totally fine. Not every meditation style will speak to everyone the same, but it in no way has anything to do with doing it ‘wrong’.





Women's Circles


  Sister Circles 

What is a sound bath?


A sound bath is a really beautiful meditative experience where you are “bathed” in the sounds of various healing instruments. Each of the instruments used in a sound bath emits a specific frequency. When played, that frequency spreads out throughout the room and washes over you. The vibrations of these instruments can actually be felt within your body. These vibrations are believed to assist your body in coming into alignment. Sound healing is an ancient healing modality with roots all around the world.




What's so great about a sound bath?


Sound baths are able to guide you into a deeper state of meditation much quicker than you would otherwise be able to achieve. This is due to the specific frequencies emitted by the instruments being played. These frequencies actually begin to entrain your brain and switch your brain to Theta waves. Theta waves are associated with deep meditation and peaceful states, a clarity of mind, and increased intuition. It is while we’re in this state of deep relaxation that our body is able to truly relax, and to begin doing some deep healing work.




How do sound baths encourage healing?


In the East, illness is often though of as a dis-harmony within the body. An imbalance or disruption in the flow of energy. They see the mental and the physical bodies as inextricably linked, and look to achieve harmony between them. Since all matter is at its most basic, simply energy vibrating at various rates, if we were to alter the vibration, then it would be possible to change the flow of energy. The vibrations of these healing instruments wash over your body, and coax it into alignment, into harmony. The frequencies emitted from these healing instruments also have the ability to entrain your brain and bring you to a state of Theta brain waves. These Theta brain waves are associated with deep meditation and relaxation, allowing your body to truly rest and begin any repair work that may be needed.




How does this healing work happen?


Take a moment to think back to high school science, and how energy is able to spread through different types of matter. You’ll remember that energy is actually easily spread from one molecule to another. This is why we’re able to feel the vibrations of these instruments throughout our bodies. The vibrations of these instruments are able to move through our bodies - through the muscles and organs, truly reaching each and every cell within us. The sound waves emitted by these instruments are able to shake up blockages and encourage energy to flow freely within our bodies. In the East, illness is believed to occur when our body is out of alignment, or there is a disruption in the flow of energy throughout our body.




What instruments are played during a sound bath?


We play a variety of instruments during a sound bath, and we are always adding more instruments in! We play a collection of Tibetan singing bowls, crystal singing bowls, chimes, drums, a flute, and a gong! You can hear us playing some healing instruments in our videos on our YouTube channel! Experiencing a sound bath in person is definitely a different experience than hearing them online, but it’s still a beautiful experience. You can see them here.




What happens during a sound bath?


We begin each of our sound baths with a quick guided meditation to help you release any stress of tension from the day, and help you get into a meditative state. Once everyone is relaxed we begin to play our instruments. We will play the healing instruments for the vast majority of the time, and then a few minutes before the end of the session we have a short guided meditation to gently bring you back from your state of deep relaxation, back into your body, and your surroundings. Afterwards you are always more than welcome to share your thoughts and how the experience was for you. We always love hearing about people’s experiences!




What can I expect to experience during a sound bath?


Your experience during a sound bath is actually completely unique to you and that specific. day. There is no right or wrong way to experience a sound bath, so you can say goodbye to any pressure or expectation that comes along with trying something new for the first time! A lot of people feel incredibly relaxed during and after a sound bath. Some people feel specific instruments resonate within their bodies. Others enter a dream like state. You might feel a warm flush in your body, a tingling in areas, or a rush of energy flowing to a certain part of your body. Whatever you feel is completely okay! You’re safe to lean into any sensation you experience during a sound bath. The instruments are simply sending healing where it is needed, helping you to release anything you no longer need, and bringing your body into better alignment. All good things!!




Will sound healing cure me of ____ ?


We are unable to diagnose or treat specific conditions you may be dealing with, and we cannot guarantee you a specific outcome from a sound bath. Trust that you will get exactly what you need from your sound bath on the day you come. The frequencies from these instruments will begin to heal and restore balance to the areas that are ready to be focused on. Typically each sound bath experience will be different, again this simply depends on what you are dealing with that specific day.




Do I need to bring anything with me for a sound bath?


Just bring whatever you need to be comfortable laying down for an hour! That could be a yoga mat, a thicker mat, a cushion for your head, a bolster for under your knees, or a blanket to keep you warm and cozy.





  Sound Healing

- hippocrates

"Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity"

  Still have questions?

That's totally fair! If you're still scratching your head trying to figure out how all this works, still have that niggling ​"but what if this happens...?", or are interested in some of the science behind meditation, reiki, and the power of social relationships, feel free to send us a message! We always love hearing from you, and answering all of your insightful questions!

Ready to jump right in and join us at an in-person event? That's amazing!! We can't wait to meet you! Check out our calendar for upcoming events you can attend. Don't see exactly what you're looking for there? Let us know, we're always happy to put together custom sessions that will fit your needs.