As trendy as meditation has become, we just need to get back to the basics.

 

As an internationally-certified NLP Life Coach, meditation teacher, Reiki Master Teacher and stress reduction expert and group conflict negotiator, Michelle Courtney Berry teaches her clients tips for beginning meditation, which are easy to learn, and provide a lifetime of healing. "It's not about "clearing your mind," but rather, paying attention to your thoughts," says Michelle. 

For nearly 20 years, she's taught meditation to children and adults of all ages, to the incarcerated and to leading global thought leaders, in schools, corporations, on beaches in exotic destinations and top professional athletes, medical professionals, hospitality industry execs and members of the Fortune 500 - all have received her easy-to-learn training and intuitive, energetic Reiki - a Japanese form of hands-on energy healing passed down from generations around the globe.  

READ MORE:   Michelle cited as one of 10 meditation experts by Asaya Mind.

Michelle called one of 9 meditation experts to follow to improved your life by Self-Thrive.

 

 
Michelle with client and friend Lolla Abbas of Mindvalley in Mexico, where Michelle taught meditation to global change agents and entrepreneurs from around the world. 

Michelle with client and friend Lolla Abbas of Mindvalley in Mexico, where Michelle taught meditation to global change agents and entrepreneurs from around the world. 

Michelle in Times Square with coaching and meditation client, Richard Bitner, a fellow Cornell alumni and current CEO in Dallas.  

Michelle in Times Square with coaching and meditation client, Richard Bitner, a fellow Cornell alumni and current CEO in Dallas.

 

Coaching, reiki and meditation client Rob Pannell, also a fellow Cornell alumni pictured with Michelle during the Tewaaraton Foundation award ceremony at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. The Tewaaraton Award (also known as the Heisman Award for Lacrosse) is given annually to the most outstanding American college lacrosse player in the United States. Pannell, a professional LAX player in Major League Lacrosse (MLL) for the NY Lizards was the 2015 MLL scoring leader, a silver medalist on Team USA, and is commonly considered one of the world's best lacrosse players. 

Coaching, reiki and meditation client Rob Pannell, also a fellow Cornell alumni pictured with Michelle during the Tewaaraton Foundation award ceremony at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. The Tewaaraton Award (also known as the Heisman Award for Lacrosse) is given annually to the most outstanding American college lacrosse player in the United States. Pannell, a professional LAX player in Major League Lacrosse (MLL) for the NY Lizards was the 2015 MLL scoring leader, a silver medalist on Team USA, and is commonly considered one of the world's best lacrosse players.