Bullhead City resident Kathleen Springer recently received certification to teach the “Simple, Easy, Every Day“ Method from the McLean Meditation Institute in Sedona, Ariz.
“Meditation is so beneficial to everyone and can enhance anyone’s physical, mental and emotional well-being,” said Springer. She said she has made meditation part of her daily routine since 2010 and, among other benefits, has lost more than 100 pounds by using meditation and mindfulness practices.
“More and more businesses and individuals are turning to meditation for a sure-fire stress-reduction technique and for its life-changing, proven benefits,” she said.
In addition to the SEED Method, Springer offers classes in mindful weight-loss with meditation and an eight-week soul-center meditation program, based on the book by Sarah McLean.
The McLean Meditation Institute in Sedona was founded by McLean in 2006 after she authored the book, “Soul-Center: Transform Your Life in 8 Weeks with Meditation.” McLean has been teaching meditation since 1993 as education director for Deepak Chopra’s Center for Well-being and at a Zen Buddhist monastery where she trained for two years. Known as the face of contemporary meditation, McLean has taught thousands of people to meditate worldwide and has seen meditation gain popularity.
The McLean Meditation Institute certifies meditation teachers so they can confidently bring meditation to their own communities in an extensive 200-hour professional training program.
“I’m delighted to certify meditation teacher Kathleen Springer to teach the Simple, Easy, Every Day Meditation Method,” McLean said. “She is a highly skilled teacher and can meet her community’s demands for sharing effective methods for stress-reduction and wellbeing. Meditation is being researched regularly and the improvements in one’s physical, mental and emotional health due to meditation is beyond a doubt.
“Anyone with any stress can benefit from this meditation process.”
Springer has opened Today’s Meditation LLC in Bullhead City. For more information, call 928-234-5060 or visit www.todaysmeditation.org.