A reflective practice,

focused in the present,to impact the future.

A reflective practice,

focused in the present, to impact the future.


A Mindful Edge is a collection of meditative experiences that aim to facilitate:


Increased Awareness

Clarity of Intention

Healing Support

Compassionate Action

Benefits of Meditation

Benefits of Meditation

Ginny Oehler

Ginny Oehler is a certified meditation coach, a mentor to emerging and established leaders, and a former executive director of several high impact nonprofit organizations in Western New York.

In addition to Ginny’s degrees in academia, she is graduated from both the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program and Sura Flow’s Liberate Meditation Coach Certification program.

Ginny is the founding principal of A MINDFUL EDGE, a vibrant national consultancy specializing in meditation coaching.

This has been a personal and professional evolution.

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Ginny Oehler


I have been present with Ginny at her gatherings for over thirty years, off and on, which is longer than I’ve been part of anything in my life, except writing itself. My entire second book of poetry was formed there, even though the point of gatherings has never been specifically to do ‘creative writing.’ They are freewrites, journaling, even nothing more than just being there, sometimes. Most important, they are a way to become still – a state we all are rapidly forgetting how to find, and in that forgetting, losing our ways to uncover what is beneath what is inside. Stillness flows from Ginny’s voice, from her breath. The paths the stories of the meditations she weaves are wholly revealing, or wholly irrelevant; I often don’t remember the story at all. I remember becoming still. I remember being unfettered. And not thinking about how I got there, or how to get back, because I was connected to the silk rope of Ginny’s voice.

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