Elizabeth Hernandez-Stomp (ella, ellas, she, hers) has been a dedicated mindfulness meditation practitioner since 2013. Her interest and love for the Dharma led her to pursue further studies in the Tibetan Buddhism lineage with Geshe Tashi Tsering of Jamyang Buddhist Centre, completing his international program ‘The Foundation of Buddhist Thought.’ She has also completed the Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program with Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield through the Awareness Training Institute and the Greater Good Science Center at the University of California at Berkeley.
A graduate of InsightLA’s Facilitator Training Program (FTP4) led by Trudy Goodman, Maureen Shannon-Chapple, and Gullu Singh. InsightLA’s Senior Teacher Celeste Young is also her personal mentor.
Elizabeth is a part of InsightLA’s Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) Committee.
She’s a Mindfulness Self-Compassion Trained Teacher from the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion & the UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness. Elizabeth is also a part of Spirit Rock’s 2-year Dedicated Practitioners Program (DPP7), set to complete in 2024.
In addition, Elizabeth is a certified Transformational Life Coach, Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner from the iPEC Coaching, and holds a Spiritual Psychology: Soul-Centered Living certification from the University of Santa Monica.
Elizabeth holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theater, Communications, and Literature from the University of Sacred Heart, Puerto Rico, and the University of Miami, Florida.
She’s committed to sharing the practices of mindfulness meditation, heart practices, compassion, and love for those who wish to find refuge, inner peace, and happiness in their lives.
Also an advocate for empowering people and communities, Elizabeth has collaborated with the Healing Hands Foundation in Kenya, Africa, and served as a board member for Foundation For American Education Overseas, bringing education opportunities to overseas countries, specifically Africa and Asia.
Through one-on-one life coaching, group coaching, workshops, speaking engagements, and meditation sanghas, her work assists and supports clients and students in deepening their spiritual practice, developing life skills, and living mindfully. She teaches and facilitates in both Spanish and English language.
Originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Elizabeth now lives with her family in Southern California, on unceded Tongva, Chumash, and Kizh territories.
For more information, visit www.elizabethstomp.com