Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from NC State. Teaching meditation for more than 10 years, Devin is an entrepreneur and founder of several non-profit organizations to help make people’s lives better. He is a professional life coach, motivational speaker and author of 37 Pages to Your Last Cigarette. He enjoys farming, cooking, and fixing cars.
Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Truman State University. Practiced and taught self-development courses in South Korea, India, and U.S since 2006. Teaches sustainable indoor agriculture and composting. Enjoys writing and directing plays, baking, and diving.
Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from University of Michigan. She organizes yoga and meditation events throughout the state of Michigan and Illinois. She enjoys playing flute, drawing, and volunteering in her homeland of Botswana.
PhD of Management from University of Alabama. He is a research scientist helping to make better cars for people, the environment, and companies. He is the founder and director of an environmental non-profit in Iran. He enjoys growing food, making bread, woodwork.
Master’s in Information Science from University of Michigan. Organizing the mass distribution of educational media in multiple languages since 2013. Growing up in India, he studies and teaches traditional yoga systems. He is proficient in several programing languages, and enjoys making websites.
Seven years ago a group of us came together in Ann Arbor, Michigan to share and practice wellness techniques regularly. As we continued to practice, the effects were unbelievable. We noticed dramatic improvements in our work productivity , personal relationships, sleep, focus, and creativity.
Over the years the group has grown, and our process has become simple and refined. We found that most people are interested in wellness techniques, but don’t feel that they have the time to access it, the space to do it, or know how to do it. So, we started reaching out to organizations and individuals, and bringing the wisdom to them. This way, many people are benefiting from a regular practice, which they otherwise would not have access to. With our mobile workshops we want to create wellness spaces for everyone to reap the benefits of a structured wellness practice.
Researchers from Michigan State University (MSU) have found neural evidence that mindfulness helps to control negative feelings, not just in people who are naturally disposed to be mindful or well-practiced in meditation, but in anyone. Brief mindfulness meditation, but not deliberate engagement in state mindfulness, produces demonstrable changes in emotional processing indicative of reduced emotional reactivity.
Our goal is to share this knowledge with as many as possible. We would like to give your group a taste of this wellness method. Please fill the form or email us.