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Q & A with Adreanna Limbach

Originally Published
January 24, 2021

This Soul Studio Conversations interview features the amazing and gifted Adreanna Limbach as we have a wonderfully light-hearted session discussing her book Tea and Cake with Demons: A Buddhist’s Guide to Feeling Worthy [Sounds True, 2019].  Adreanna is a meditation instructor, personal development coach, and  author, and in this conversation there were so many nuggets of wisdom and relatable real-life experiences that we could all identify with.

Adreanna’s work has been featured by The New York Times, OPRAH Magazine, Refinery29, Women's Health, and Yoga Journal. She’s been hosting group coaching programs for coaches-in-training at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition since 2009, which has given her the unique opportunity to work with thousands of women in over 35 countries on questions of confidence, clarity, and self-worth.

As a meditation teacher, she cut her teeth teaching secular Buddhist studies and meditation at The Interdependence Project beginning in 2012. She’s since hosted retreats both internationally and stateside at Omega Institute, and was a Founding Teacher at MNDFL, NYC's premier drop-in meditation studio — where she served as a mentor and faculty for their 300-hour Teacher Training program before their closure in 2020. When she’s not on the cushion, she can be found fixing up an old house with heaps of charm in the Hudson Valley of New York.

If you haven’t had the opportunity to read the book, don’t wait! There is something special about how she has shared the information that makes it really accessible to put into practice.

Order Tea and Cake with Demons here.

Adreanna has a FREE 7 Day video meditation series called “In Bloom” available for you; sign up here.

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Last Updated:
February 6, 2022
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