We are a mainstream mindfulness studio
Our mission is to elevate the wellness of all through one
In my adolescence, I found and fell in love with running. I ran all through high school and my 20’s. I ran from an abusive stepfather, an unstable childhood, and my emotions. I ran hundreds of miles; I ran for worthiness. I ran to perfect, perform, and control. After I ran the Boston Marathon in 2013, I was done running. I’d found yoga, meditation, and supportive friends who inspired me to stop doing what I’d always done with the hopes of creating something new. After years of running and arriving in my 30’s I finally felt safe. Safe to say “yes”, try new things and go with the flow.
The past eight years for me have been beautifully disruptive. I have shifted out of fear, doubt, and worry and learned to trust in abundance. I confronted the idea that many of my behaviors and preferences – – such as clinging to structure, rigidity, and shyness, to name a few — were merely survival skills and not my true self. Who I am is kind, compassionate, adventurous, funny, and loyal. In 2017 my mantra was, “there becomes a moment you realize you can have everything you ever wanted, but first you must let go of everything you ever had.” I set my life on fire. I quit my corporate job, rented out my condo, and sold many of my belongings. I took a year off from life, six months of which I spent traveling abroad. During this time, I decided to deepen my meditation practice and attend a 4-week Meditation Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India. It was wonderfully quiet, and I learned so much. Shortly after I returned to the states in the Spring of 2018, I applied for Jack Kornfield’s two-year Meditation and Mindfulness course starting in 2019. The content has dramatically expanded my knowledge and practice.
I believe my experience and education are essential in opening Tune In. What is more important is the support and love I have from my partners at Salt Lake Power Yoga, friends, and family. The biggest fallacy I overcame was the thought that I had to do this thing called life alone and that my value as an individual rested in fierce independence. I realized that if I wanted a life bigger than myself, I had to trust in something bigger than myself. By trusting that I belong to my friends, family, and my community, I’ve found the freedom to follow my dreams and be me.
I am not alone. You are not alone. We can do this together.
My desire for Tune In is that it’s a supportive space where you can get curious, investigate, and create your path to freedom. A place where you can safely practice doing less and being more. Where you drop the hustle and with loving awareness, identify what brings you joy and what may be perpetuating your suffering.
You grow what you practice; together, we can practice trust, connection, joy, abundance, love, forgiveness, and belonging.
Our commitment to the community
We incorporate a variety of meditation and mindfulness practices to help people create freedom (neutrality) to create your own path in life. We help give you the tools to discern what is your path and what’s not.
the best that you can be with the tools that you have.
generous assumptions that everyone is doing the best that they can with the tools they have.