Peaceful practices for everyday

Pause is an audio-based mindfulness guide for quieting our minds, strengthening our attention and for bringing us closer to nature by exploring the beautiful mundane moments of life.

Mindfulness is an important skill and habit to have in our modern world. It can support the reconnecting to the biosphere and ultimately to ourselves and others. Mindfulness brings a sense of calm, understanding, respect, and politeness to our lives. In this guide, I share short practices to encourage more thoughtfulness, compassion and connectivity. Whatever moment your in right now is the moment for greater attention.

Environmentalism needs our attentiveness. Mindfulness is human. It’s not another thing to do. It’s another way to be. When we cultivate this for ourselves - we can better cope and understand the relationships and realities at hand.


The beauty of mindfulness is that it starts where you are.

The benefits of mindfulness:

  • cultivate compassion

  • cognitive flexibility

  • encourages us to become more aware of social justice and injustices

  • helps to relieve and cope with stress

  • improves sleep

  • conflict improvement

  • lessens anxiety

What’s included in the Pause Guide?

Short Talks: Making Space - introduction to mindfulness and meditation

4 Guided practices:

Ground - an observation practice

Wave - a breath practice

Offering - a gratitude practice

Stillness - a relaxation practice

Pause Guide Playlist

Enroll below to start this online self-guided practice!

Cost: $15.00

Online guide includes three mini-talks and four guided mindfulness meditations to listen and practice whenever you want. Each practice guide is also downloadable and includes a transcribed version as well.

Giving back: $1.00 from every purchase of the Pause Guide will be donated to an environmental justice and or an animal rescue/sanctuary each month!

Charity: Food Empowerment Project

About your teacher:


Andrea has been studying, practicing, and teaching mindfulness meditation and yoga since 2005. She earned her 200-hour yoga teacher training certification in 2006 from Red Sun Yoga in Orlando, Florida and continued to study earning her 500ERYT teacher certification in 2010.

Andrea also studied with Traditional Yoga Studies with the late yoga and Buddhist historian Dr. Georg Feuerstein, she was a student and teacher with the Kadampa Buddhist Center for eight years, and has also practiced with modern-day yogis like Bryan Kest, Saul David Raye, Sean Corn, and Rodney Yee.

Learn more about Andrea here.