You’re Invited to Join The Bloom Circle
A Supportive Mindfulness & Self-Care Practice Circle for Women
Learn to meditate.
Practice intentional self-care.
Cultivate resilience and stability.
Take root and bloom.
Mindfulness meditation is much more than a practice. It is a path and a way of being in the world.
In addition to stress reduction and myriad other health benefits, a steady practice shows you how to work with your mind so you are not at the mercy of harsh self-judgement, fear, and anger.
Mindfulness meditation gives you the courage to be who you are: to uncover the natural wisdom already inside of yourself and to stop looking outside for answers.
In this way, meditation teaches you how to be in the world with confidence, grit, and joy.
The Bloom Circle is a mindfulness meditation and self-care practice circle and community that offers the following:
The Weekly Practice Circle
The Bloom Circle meets every Tuesday for a powerful, 30-minute practice circle. We pause, listen in, and practice together via guided mindfulness meditation, self-care rituals, poetry, and mindful journaling prompts. Each month follows a relevant theme as well as cues from seasonal inspirations.
Monthly Self-Care Motivations
Every month, I offer a motivation to help you re-imagine how you care for yourself. I’ll provide a new self-care ritual that you can bring into your life as well as simple ways to stay connected to what you really care about.
An audio library of guided mindfulness meditations for you to use any time, anywhere.
Mindful Journaling Archive
An archive of mindful journaling prompts to use when you need to pause and reflect in order to become unstuck and re-energized.
Ongoing invitations to online and offline Workshops, Retreats, and Community Gatherings with The Bloom Circle community and guest presenters.
All of this is online and available to you 24/7.
Meditation is an extremely simple but wildly impactful and profound self-care practice. The only way to understand meditation is by doing it yourself.
Research on mindfulness meditation has found that meditating in a group is key to sustaining a mindfulness meditation practice.
Practicing mindfulness is not a quick fix. It is a trainable skill that grows stronger as we practice it. For many, it will be nothing less than life-changing.
Become a member of a supportive meditation and self-care practice circle.
Cultivate resilience and stability. Take root and bloom. Join us. (Yes, you!)
Join the Bloom Circle
How to join:
Registration for The Bloom Circle opens up for new members three times a year.
Join the Waiting List.
Email Heidi@lifeinfullbloom.com to join the waitlist and to receive information on how to join THE BLOOM CIRCLE!
“Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without.” – Buddha
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” – Anaïs Nin
We must be willing to let go of the life we’ve planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.” – Joseph Campbell
“Heidi’s teaching makes mindfulness feel very accessible and her practical exercises are easy to integrate into my life.” – Katie, University Instructor
“Heidi, I very much appreciated your last session! Spot on!” – Zeena, Lawyer
“Love this one Heidi! I needed this skill today.” – Ginny, Journalist and Photographer
“Heidi, Many thanks for the guidance; it has come at just the right time.” – Terry Morris
“Heidi really helped me break out of unhelpful mindsets and reclaim joy and satisfaction in my life. I really appreciate her pragmatic and unassuming style.” – April, Human Resources Professional
- When is the The Bloom Circle’s weekly live session?
We meet each Tuesday live-online from 12:00 – 12:30 pm PST-USA.
- What if I can’t join live?
You can still get a lot out of The Bloom Circle community even if you can’t join the weekly practice circle. The video recording of each weekly practice circle will be up on the member site, so you won’t miss a thing.
- Who is Heidi Hill, and why should I meditate with her?
This is a truly important question! You should always ask this question when you seek to learn anything from anyone, but especially that which may impact how you think, feel, and operate in the world.
The short answer is Heidi is a 20-year meditator who is passionate about helping women find their center through the art and science of mindfulness based self-care. The mission behind Heidi’s work is to advance the wellbeing and resilience of women and to stop the trend of too many brilliant women burning out.
The long answer is this. Heidi has earned her mindfulness teachers training certifications from the most trusted names in mindfulness.
Heidi is a Qualified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher accredited via the UMass Center for Mindfulness, which was founded by Jon Kabat-Zinn. Heidi is also currently completing a two-year advanced Mindfulness and Compassion teachers training accredited by the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center, where she is fortunate to be studying directly under renowned meditation teachers Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield. Heidi takes teaching very seriously and views her students as her greatest teachers.
A recent corporate escapee, Heidi is not a stranger to stressful environments and has 12 years of experience leading new product innovation and go-to market initiatives for Fortune 500 technology and consumer companies such as Johnson + Johnson and eBay Inc.
Heidi’s teachings combine the best of both worlds: theory & practice and logic & intuition.
- What type of mediation do you teach?
Heidi teaches secular mindfulness meditation, which has its roots in Buddhist insight meditation. You don’t have to be spiritual or a Buddhist to join this group. Meditation is an extremely simple, but wildly impactful and profound practice. The only way to understand meditation is by doing it yourself, and I’m here to help.
- Is meditation good for everyone?
No, it is not. Please do not begin a meditation practice without consulting with your healthcare professional if you have been diagnosed and/or are in treatment for anxiety, addiction, or any other major mental health condition.
- Is this circle only for women?
Yes. The Bloom Circle is purposefully built to be a women’s circle. All those who identify as women are welcome.
Still have questions? Email Heidi@lifeinfullbloom.com. I am happy to answer any questions you may have!