At Timeless, we believe meditation changes lives and the world we inhabit. We know from personal experience that change never comes from outside, but always from within. It is our highest intention to enable practitioners to cultivate inner peace, self-awareness, and the discipline required to influence the world for the better.
Nancy is a rock climber, professional audiobook narrator, and dedicated Ashtanga Yogi. Originally a New York film, television, and theatre actor, Nancy discovered a passion in the rich expression contained within the human voice and now works full-time recording the most wild and fun books you'll ever listen to. She holds a master's degree in Human Rights and Conflict Management, has rock climbed in more countries than she can count, and vigorously practices Ashtanga yoga. When she isn't recording books in Los Angeles and New York, Nancy can be found climbing the mountains and cliffs around Boulder, Colorado.
Arthur discovered yoga and meditation at the young age of 15. While on a multi-day walk through the deserts of Utah, he found that his greatest joy is simply learning about who he is. Since then, Arthur has gone on to study Yoga in India and Nepal, eventually obtaining a degree in Yoga from Naropa University. When he isn't teaching Yoga, he loves to climb rocks in far-flung places including China, Turkey, and Colombia. He currently resides in the Teton Valley, Idaho.
Timelessness is that state of being in which the past and future merge in the present moment. It is the space of the infinite, realized right here, right now, with the practice of meditation. In the Yoga tradition, one of the most effective techniques revolves around drawing one's prâna, or chi, into Sushumnâ Nâdî—the pillar of life-energy that runs from the base of the spine to the crown of the head. Sushumnâ Nâdî, sacred to many spiritual traditions, is often referred to as, 'The Destroyer of Time,' for when one's meditation deepens, the past and the future dissolve, leaving only the present moment, which has no bounds or limitations.