A Proven Way to Calm Your Mind
Discover how mindfulness meditation can help you reduce stress & anxiety, enhance your focus and balance your emotions.
Benefits of Meditation
Reduce Stress & Anxiety
Mindfulness meditation increases gray matter in the brain in a short period of time. It improves your ability to focus, concentrate and filter out distractions during creative tasks. Research found that after 8 weeks of mindfulness meditation training, people experienced a sizable reduction of the amygdala. Reducing this part of the brain is correlated to a decrease in stress levels, anxiety, and fear.
Enhance Your Focus
Research from Harvard Medical School showed differences in brain volume after 8 weeks of practicing meditation in 5 different regions of the brain. This showed a positive impact on the areas of the brain in charge of learning, memory, and cognition. The results also showed a reduction in mind wandering, improved perspective-taking and the ability to sustain focus and attention.
Balance Your Emotions
Meditation develops emotional intelligence and awareness. Brain research on mindfulness showed that meditation helps to improve emotional regulation and positive emotions. During mindfulness meditation, people learn to observe their emotions and accept them without judgment. As a result, people understand their emotions better, reduce emotional outbursts and learn introspection.
What Clients Are Saying
“I noticed a marked improvement in my mood in just one week. Working with Tamy as my coach has been a life-changing experience for me. My outlook on life has become more positive, and I am experiencing more joy and less stress in my life.” - Tammie B
“I learned very practical and important ways to calm the ‘noise’ inside me and to be mindful of how I am feeling. This translates to me being a better mother and wife. Tamy is skilled, thoughtful and patient. I would highly recommend her.” - Colleen O
“One of the benefits I obtained through our sessions was a state of feeling very calm and grounded. Tamy’s guided meditations can be addictive. I am always disappointed when our meditation session is over. I wish it could go on for a number of hours.” - Gina C
About Tamy Khan
Hi! I'm Tamy, a happiness and mindfulness meditation coach, and the founder of Happy Meditator. Here's a little more about me:
Tamy has a Bachelors degree in Social Work and a Masters degree in Clinical Social Work with a specialty in working adults and the elderly. She’s an experienced mental health counselor, group therapist and healthcare manager. Tamy has worked with families, seniors and people suffering from depression, dementia, affective disorders, schizophrenia and addiction problems.
Tamy has spent several years researching the subject of happiness and wellbeing. She’s completed a Happiness Course with the University of California, Berkeley. And she’s gained certification in Integrative Restorative Meditation (iREST).