“The greatest gift you will ever receive is the gift of loving and believing in yourself. Guard this gift with your life. It is the only thing that will ever truly be yours.” -Tiffany Loren Rowe


I teach Presence, Acceptance and Non-Judgment.

After a lifetime of suffering from chronic anxiety and habitual stress, I found a way to compassionately soothe my fears and heal old wounds through meditation. This, combined with my work as a writer and storyteller, naturally led me into becoming a guided meditation teacher. I began meditating in January 2013 and have been teaching guided meditation classes and online courses since June 2014. I’m grateful for the resounding positive feedback I’ve received from so many of my students about the life-changing affects meditation now has in their daily lives.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard someone say, “I can’t meditate.” This has fueled my passion for creating meditations that are accessible for everyone, especially beginners or those who have trouble sitting in stillness with themselves. I believe meditation is for everyone, and if we can find tangible ways to access the peace & stillness within us it will carry into the world around us.

Through guided meditation, I help you connect with yourself through word pictures and guided imagery that foster physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual wellness. You can embrace yourself with compassion and grace, rewrite your personal narrative, and learn practices that foster deep emotional and psychological healing so you can live a life of peace, clarity, and joy.

With this in mind, I create space at the end of every guided meditation for you to sit in stillness with yourself. The reason for this is twofold. First, we often have trouble calming our minds and bodies on our own. Verbal prompts and visualization help you achieve a particular state of BEing, from which you can then meditate unguided. Second, after your mental and emotional state has been calmed, you can spend time listening to your own guidance and inner voice. Accessing your inherent stillness, listening to yourself and honoring your needs will serve you throughout your daily life. When fear, anxiety and frustrations arise, a practice like this reminds you to come back yourself and the peace available to you in every moment.

Watch my 2014 TEDx Talk

Stay with Yourself was originally created to be a storytelling co-op for personal and collective healing. You can visit the story archives HERE.