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“You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.” Jon Kabat-Zinn


Blue Sky Meditation is dedicated to making Mindfulness and Meditation accessible for all who need less stress and more ease and joy in everyday life.  We draw on years of ancient wisdom, neuroscience, modern psychology and evidence-based tools in understanding ourselves and shifting our way of living this human life.

Theresa works privately and in groups with clients to bring mindfulness and meditation into their daily lives. When this happens a connection with themselves emerges that is a pathway to realizing all that they are! She helps give perspective to one's daily experience within a larger framework that will help clients live more compassionately with themselves and within their relationships. This allows the client to move from more fear-based states of being to more open-hearted living, which results in more energy, growth and expansion. 

Coaching offered in groups or privately, in-person in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania or via Zoom anywhere!



I’ve been practicing yoga and meditation for over 20 years.  And It’s from the practice of establishing a meditation practice that I’ve experienced the most profound change in my life.  I struggled to meditate daily, so I know how hard it can feel to “build” it into our lives. It’s because of my own struggles and personal growth that I decided to teach Mindfulness and Meditation to others.  I believe in meeting people where they are, while offering support, guidance and inspiration to sustain what they have learned.

I am currently qualified to teach Mindfulness Courses and the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course (MBSR) created by Jon Kabat Zinn in the late 70s.  Many call it the “gold standard” of Mindfulness courses which lasts 8 weeks and has been used in research studies and trials to show the benefits of Mindfulness practice.  


It would be my honor to help guide and support you on this next chapter in your life.

Theresa Cohen,
Founder, Blue Sky Meditation

Photo above courtesy of Rebecca Barger Photography