MICHELLELoving Kindness Meditation, Mindfulness


    Classes taught at SPACE 2B:
    Mindfulness Meditation


    Meditation and yoga has always been an anchor for Michelle during stressful times, translating to a greater sense of tranquility around her environment and relationships.

    She believes in the potential of meditation and yoga as modern day medicine to empower lives. Connecting the mind-body-soul, Michelle’s approach is compassionate and mindful, with the intention of making each session accessible to everyone, regardless of age, ability or background.

    Michelle is also trained in the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program with University of San Diego, and is currently a Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute (SIYLI) teacher-in-training, a programme first developed at Google that helps individuals connect better through mindfulness, emotional intelligence and neuroscience. She is open to working with corporate organisations and non-profit organisations to craft customised programmes to elevate their internal culture.

    In her free time, Michelle can be found savouring life in different ways, like nature, a good read, or having heartfelt conversations over coffee. She has also trained with the Mindful Schools curriculum, and is also a pre/post natal yoga teacher under Mindful Birth Australia.

    Why I practice meditation:

    Meditation has served as a gentle guide for me to live and trust in the present moment, to slow down, and to be at peace with oneself. I have found a great teacher and friend in turning inwards and surrendering to this process.

    Why I teach meditation:

    There is a profound power and beauty in the self-discovery process of meditation, where we can all learn and unveil what’s beneath the surface.

    What does “SPACE TO BE” mean/look like to you?

    A safe, supportive and humble space to embrace who you truly are.

    What does “LIVE SIMPLY” mean to you?

    To acknowledge the presence of every moment with a deeper sense of connection in the here and now. Putting aside our mobile phones throughout an entire meal is one of my favouritest times of the day, and you might even be surprised by what comes up in each conversation when people truly connect and live