Teague O’Malley (he/him/tig) is a meditation teacher and contemplative artist, weaving together evidence-based methodology with his creativity and open heart.
Bringing together modern science with ancient wisdom and experiential art, Teague supports others in realizing a sense of steadiness, presence, and well-being in their own lives — no matter what conditions may be arising.
Teague is qualified to teach “Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction” (MBSR) by The Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He is also a certified teacher of the Cultivating Emotional Balance (CEB) and The Breathing Class programs. Teague draws upon these professional trainings, with a deep immersion and personal practice in the wisdom traditions they originate, to deliver a platform of personal transformation, stress resiliency, and secular ethics.
Teague is currently supporting the development and pilot teaching the Mindfulness-Based Queer Resilience (MBQR) research study at Brown University School of Public Health, Mindfulness for Health Equity Lab.
As an artist and designer, Teague blends contemplative practice with creative process. His body of work, ‘Illustrated Intentions’, is a system of translating intention into experiential art. He is currently an instructor at Pratt Institute, teaching his signature contemplative art courses to design students through the Integrative Mind & Body Program.
On a warm day you can find Teague on the beach making large scale earth art, mandalas, and labyrinths in the sand for passersbys.
Teague O’Malley (he/him/tig) is a meditation teacher and contemplative artist, weaving together evidence-based methodology with his creativity and open heart. He is a practitioner of the world’s leading, secular stress reduction and emotional balance meditation programs, bringing modern science together with ancient wisdom and experiential art.