From my early youth, I was interested in understanding how things worked, especially within myself. As a result of my neurodiversity, I began to look at meditation and mindfulness to change my relationship with myself and the outside world.

From this point, most of my time was spent meditating and learning about how people’s minds work. The impact, being fully present, supported me in retaining control internally and experiencing the world fully.

At about the same time, I began experimenting with Tai Chi and Qi Gong and found a way to strengthen the body and mind’s connection, letting me feel and respond to internal changes at a much earlier stage.

I now spend much of my time teaching Tai Chi along with meditation and mindfulness to integrate the mind and body initially. Which then leads to understanding the external and internal situations we find ourselves in more fully.