Since in the womb, Brandon has been a yogi. His mother was practicing while she was pregnant and around the age of four he was invited into his first yoga class. Growing up with a semi-regular, consistent meditation and yoga influence from his family, Brandon adopted a meditation practice into his life at a very early age. Any time there was stress, anxiety or depression, Brandon had that little voice in the back of his mimd that would simply say, “meditate.”
Now, Brandon teaches his students that anything can be overcome, to develop a positive mind, and keep the heart open. Even through the hardest of challenges, we can elevate ourselves to the perceptive mode of the observer, the witness to our experiences and exist outside of duality and merge into neutrality. The ability to say, “thank you” in the midst of chaos takes trust, faith and a little effort to become aware of what and who you truly are. This is the essence of Brandon’s teachings.