Your life is waiting for you.

Be in your life.

Mindfulness-based coaching for seekers who feel stuck or disconnected.


Do you ever ask yourself:

Why can't I seem to find what I'm looking for in my personal and/or professional life?

How can mindfulness actually support me in what I do in all areas of my life?

I've done so much work on myself - why can't I seem to make the changes I want to?


Why doesn't mindfulness seem to work for me?

Why do I feel like I'm not fully in my life?


These are all questions I have had on my own journey.

And they continue to guide me as a coach, mindfulness instructor, and (most importantly) a human who is always seeking to be more connected and truly here.  With a background in mindfulness-based clinical psychology, I am here to accompany you as you explore your own journey to being ever more fully in your life.


Is mindfulness for you?

Mindfulness is about connecting with what is: the wholly mundane.  From that place of connection with yourself and your everyday life, you are able to make wholehearted decisions about what you want to do with it. With mindfulness-based coaching, together we will uncover how you can live more fully. 


Whether you are curious, skeptical, or jaded about how mindfulness can support you, I would love to hear about it. Let's connect and clarify your next steps.

What people are saying...

"Working with Virginia has always been a pleasure. She’s incredibly supportive, explains concepts and practices in a way that’s easy to put them into action, and is just a genuinely caring person. Her demeanor is down-to-earth and approachable, and I appreciate that she doesn’t rely on flowery, new-age ways of speaking and interacting. I found her approach practical without being cold and thought-provoking without being overly esoteric. She gently pushed me to explore new ideas that led to a lot of personal growth. I can strongly recommend working with Virginia!”

David Wyner, LPC

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"Instructions for living a life:

Pay attention.
Be astonished.

Tell about it."