Meditation Quiz: Which Meditation Technique is Best for You? Find your natural practice.

You'll find the technique easiest for you based on your personality and passions. Get an analysis and instruction + a guided meditation for your special type. All for free.

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Meditation Quiz: What Meditation Technique is Best for You?

Two of the most common reasons people list for why they don’t practice meditation are:

  • “No idea which technique to use.
  •  The techniques they’ve tried in the past “didn’t feel right for them personally.”

This meditation quiz will help you find a technique that’s easy and natural for you to practice. One that uses the skills, talents and habits that are already at work in your life.

The basic meditation techniques are: Visualization, Mantra, Self-Inquiry, Inner Body and Mindfulness.


Once you have your result, we can email you a free .PDF guide to your result technique. This guide has:

  • a sample meditation
  • insight into why the technique is best for your personality and skill set.

If you’re ready to explore deeper, I can help you design a practice that will grow with you over time.

Working with me 1:1 in private sessions or in my courses you’ll learn to improvise with confidence as needed and adapt your practice to meet any situation.

I am a meditation & movement teacher and coach. I work at the intersection where body and practice meet culture, creativity and justice for all. My work is somatic and trauma sensitive. I am committed to cultivating diverse, equitable and inclusive spaces.

But for now, just enjoy taking the quiz.

The first question is below my photo.

With Love,

Question 1:

Which of these is most helpful to you when you're learning about something that interests you?

Which home would you choose to live in?

When you exercise, what do you pay attention to?

Which vacation would you choose?

When I'm at my best, I am:

My worst nightmare would be to:

Which of these best represents what memories are like for you:

Which would you be more likely to do at the end of a hard day?

Which curriculum would you choose to study?

You find your way around by:

Which of these people inspire you the most?

Which of these do people thank you for most often?

When doing a simple task such as washing dishes, what do you do?

Someone plays you music that you really enjoy. They're working the stereo, you are free to enjoy. How do you enjoy it?

You get a whole hour to do nothing. Which would you choose:

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