A guided moving meditation album to help you nourish your body and your mind. 


Linger contains six guided movement tracks and six  instrumental tracks that you can move through in the comfort of your own home.

From breath to stillness and everything in between, this is a full-body movement experience with vocals by Jennifer Sterling, registered dance/movement psychotherapist and music by William Catanzaro, renowned multi-instrumentalist and Alvin Ailey musician. 

"You guide me to take such good care of myself and make it feel safe for me to be in the moment."

"I feel more relaxed, grounded, connected, and comfortable after taking class with you.”


“Jennifer got me to connect with myself, find creativity and strength I didn’t know I had." 

"If you get a chance to be in her presence, GRAB IT!”


Is this album dance/movement psychotherapy?

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Movement is inherently therapeutic. In fact, research show that it can even help to boost our mood! 

It is not dance/movement psychotherapy, however, as it does not involve diagnosing or creating behavioral interventions for mental wellness. 

Do I have to learn choreography? 

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No, no choreography here! 

This album guides you through an exploration of your own body and movement. Feel free to move in a way that feels good, right, and safe to you. 

Do I need to be a dancer to follow along with these moving meditations?

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The only requirement is that you are interested in moving your body. It also helps to be open to exploring your movement without choreography, in an open-ended kind of way. 

If I don't like it, can I get a refund? 

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LINGER is available for streaming on Apple Music, Spotify, and Google Music. I have no control over streaming costs, so cannot offer you a refund if you don't enjoy the album, unfortunately. 

I can offer you my sincerest apologies and permission to click over to another album you might enjoy...Alessia Cara, Jasper Sawyer, and Black Violin are some of my favorite artists. Perhaps you'll like them too!