Ryan Astheimer is a spiritual life coach and has been studying, practicing and teaching the practice of Enlightenment since 2012. His focus is on quieting the busy mind and cultivating a stillness that can be carried throughout day-to-day life. Living in meditation.
Daniel Kharlas is a mixed reality technologist, researcher and wellness facilitator. Daniel is the director of the London Mindfulness Community, a community drop-in space where anyone can experience guided group meditation. Daniel has facilitated meditation for many organizations and developed innovative meditation teaching tools using technologies like Virtual Reality. He has a Masters in the study of Personality and Measurement with a specialization in the study of Meditation and Mindfulness. Daniel’s ambition as Chief Research Officer of EXAR Studios is to transform wellness using Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality technologies.
Kim Montenegro has been an ordained minister for over ten years. Her true spiritual passion is guiding people through the birth experience
as a doula and trained Reiki Master. Live a happier, healthier, more mindful life in just a handful of minutes of meditation with the incredible Kim!
Jorgen Nelson has been blessed with a large ego that has generated enough suffering in him to start his spiritual awakening twenty-five years ago. He is equally blessed to have a very rigid ego that has stubbornly resisted dissolving. He is transmuting that into empathy for others who struggle on their spiritual journey. The recent death of his father and the Covid-19 pandemic have accelerated his transformation and he can now feel the shift intensifying.
Rev. Cindy Pincus is a Unitarian Universalist minister and student of the Franciscan mystical tradition. She serves as a hospice chaplain in the Denver/Boulder area and uses a combination of Buddhist Psychology, Ecological traditions, and trauma-informed healing theory in her meditations.
Haroun Saah has spent the last 12 years studying and practicing Theravada Buddhism & Vipassana Meditation, as well as Chinese Mahayana Buddhism and Tibetan Dzogchen traditions. He believes strongly that the teachings from all Spiritual Traditions point to the same place, and meditation should be an accessible tool & a source of strength for everyone, regardless of their backgrounds or beliefs. Haroun resides in Brooklyn NY with his cat named Gyoza, works full-time in the music business and has been known to moonlight as a globetrotting DJ on occasion.