Linda teaches a gentle experience-based approach to mindfulness meditation. By sitting silently in a comfortable position, allowing the mind to wander freely in meditation and taking some time to recollect the experience afterwards, one finds meditation an ongoing process rather than a struggle to meditate correctly.
Because people come to meditation with diverse goals and learning preferences, Linda’s approach to teaching meditation is flexible and personal. Whether your goal is to reduce stress and anxiety, decrease mental and emotional reactivity, relieve physical pain, or understand yourself with more introspection and depth, your meditation sessions will be tailored to your personal interests and history. Recurring questions about how to sit, what to do when sitting, and what to read or study to support meditation practice are addressed as part of the relationship you will develop by sitting with your internal world.
Linda teaches meditation through Sati Sangha, a Recollective Awareness meditation community.