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"Because suffering is impermanent, that is why we can transform it.

Because happiness is impermanent, that is why we have to nourish it."

Thich Nhat Hanh

I care. I care deeply about you and this world.  

Here I offer you a safe space to relax and tune in to what's really going on. You will learn to recognize the roots of your unhappiness and release those negative patterns. You will also learn to settle into more ease and peace.   

As a life coach and therapist, I can help uncover underlying causes of your depression, anxiety, or other dis-ease. 

As an instructor of mindfulness meditation and restorative yoga, I can teach you lifelong tools for stress reduction, wise decision-making, and everyday living.

Current Offerings on Zoom:


Lazy Tea

(Email Yenkuei for dates if not posted below)
Wednesdays June 12, 19, and 26 (2024) from 12-12:50 pm Eastern Time
Bring coffee/tea/lunch, and instructions will be offered for joyful consumption,
followed by Dhamma reflection and sharing.

Click here to join.


Parenting on the Path

(Dates and Times TBA)

Each week we will explore one of the six paramita practices of giving, ethics, patience, energy, concentration, and wisdom. The group is not about teaching people how to parent, but about finding the teachings

within our experience of parenting. There is no need to register, and you may drop in any week that works for you.
here to join.


Community Meditation 

Daily 6:00-6:45 am Eastern Time  

Feel free to arrive late, leave early, and meditate for any amount of time.

The meditation will be mostly silent with a chant or some words of wisdom offered in the last few minutes . Click here to join.


Insight Dialogue for People with Asian Heritage

Thursdays June 13 and 20 (2024) from 12-1:30 pm Eastern Time 

Prior experience in a contemplative practice and familiarity with Insight Dialogue is recommended. 

Click here for information and registration.

One-on-One Meditation Mentoring

30-minute meetings to support practice in everyday life and relationships.

These sessions are offered freely in the Buddhist tradition of dana, a form of giving and receiving.

If you like to contribute to Yenkuei’s livelihood and continuation of these sessions,

please use or venmo @yenkuei-chuang

For appointments in person or online, please email me directly or submit through the contact page

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