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One Small Stone is a community for people who are looking for more peace in their own lives and in the world...for long-time meditators and people just starting out.  


One Small Stone in the news: 

  • Good Housekeeping's "Is the Fear of Climate Change Keeping You Up at Night? How to Cope with Eco-Anxiety," by Meryl Davids Landau 

  • The Larchmont Loop's "Too Much Anxiety, Stress? Try Connecting with Nature," by Joyce Newman

  • Mamaroneck Living's "5-Minutes to Press Pause on Worry"

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“Katy's disarming smile and warm voice leads beginner meditators and more experienced folks on an inner journey to illuminate the world around them.” - JND


“Katy’s caring, compassion and intellect helped me to see meditation through a new lens. I have never before considered using meditation as a way to quiet the inner ‘storyteller’. What a wonderful suggestion!!”  - MEK

“Thank you, Katy for this wonderful, peaceful meditation practice - perfect for beginners and those with experience meditating. I love your easy to understand explanation of how meditation practice helps us exercise our mindfulness muscle - allowing us to bring it forward into our daily lives. And your voice is so soothing. Looking forward to more!” - BL




Thank you for connecting with me!


I approach my work with the knowledge that we are all inherently whole, complete and enough - AND it is often helpful as we move through this busy world to have a reminder of our inherent "okay-ness." As we stand more firmly in our own authenticity, not only do we feel better, but we are also better positioned to help the world around us, rippling out positive change. Practices such as meditation, Reiki and Energy Sound Healing help us find that footing and make those ripples.

I am a certified Meditation Instructor, an Energy and Sound Healing Facilitator, an Usui Reiki II Practitioner, and a student of Lodro Rinzler's Advanced Buddhist Studies, bringing nearly two decades of experience in a variety of meditation and healing practices. I've also earned certificates from Cornell’s Civic Ecology Lab and hold a BA from Dartmouth College and an MPA from New York University.

In addition to meditating and practicing energy work, I fill my bucket by being outdoors, especially on local trails, reading (from the trashy to the deep), and trying to maintain a garden, although the weeds usually get the better of me. I am lucky to have a loving and supportive husband, two amazing and growing daughters, and a very doggy dog. 

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I look forward to connecting with YOU! What fills your bucket? Drop-in for a 20-minute meditation, join a climate change workshop, or dive into a book. Sign-up for the email list below to stay connected - plus receive 3 days worth of guided meditation practice and easy climate action tips.

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