The Mindful Space

The Consultation


I was contacted by the owner of M2 Well Being, Susan West, to offer some ideas on designing the interior space of an RV she recently purchased to convert to a mobile mindfulness studio.  When Susan showed me other conversions she had in mind for the truck, I suggested she abandon that approach and look at creating an immersive experience, a real studio on wheels! So I began by measuring the interior before it was cleared out.

The Design Concept

I developed a floor plan that would help us envision the space as a studio, including type of seating, wall decor, windows, and flooring. I created the design concept in both 2 and 3 dimensional formats for clarity. I made recommendations on the type of meditation chairs, their color and the overall color palette, and seating placement. Susan and I also discussed types of  wall decor including mirrors, posters, and plants.

You can view the design to the right in 2d and 3d design. Once in 3D, move curser over image to view the interior at different angles.

The Final Design

The Final Project: A real studio on wheels!!  M2 Wellbeing

After: M2 Mobile Mindfulness featured in The Arizona Republic, September 22, 2018.

recent United Healthcare study found 89 percent of employees believe meditation or mindfulness had a positive impact on a person’s overall health and well-being.

By creating peaceful spaces for contemplative practice, the entire experience of the space can enhance and enrich us, improving positivity, promoting healing and shifting our energy and our focus to deeper levels of awareness, mindfulness and enlightenment. This shift can be a simple one, requiring moderate changes in your living and working space. And it is one solution to improving regular practice in mindfulness and other contemplative work. You can get started by taking the assessment to understand if your environment is supporting your spiritual growth and development.

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