Sarah Taylor is a meditation teacher and energy healing practitioner (Reiki Master and other modalities), as well as an award-winning actor, stand-up comic, and writer.

She was a series regular for three seasons on NBC’s “In Gayle We Trust”, can be seen in the comedy feature, “The Golden Scallop” and has made appearances on Hot In Cleveland, Bunheads, and numerous other TV shows and films.

She’s also the creator of The Divine Mess Show, a live touring comedy show with hilarious comedy and a guided meditation with healing energy. The Divine Mess Show TV pilot is currently in the works.

Sarah’s been seen on stages all over the world from The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. to The Volksbuhne Theatre in Berlin, and other places along the way including Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and delicious Dijon, France.

Variety calls her “stunningly good”, Backstage West says she’s “glorious”, and The Chicago Reader finds her “impressive” and “mercurial”, which might just be a nice way of saying she’s moody.

She has performed at all the top comedy clubs including The Improv, The Laugh Factory, The Comedy Store, and many other venues that serve fried food and charge a two-drink minimum.

Drawing from a Buddhist background as well as other traditions, her classes and talks are accessible and filled with humor. The aim is to connect you more directly and deeply with your true nature.

As a healer with almost two decades in the holistic healing field, she blends energy healing along with intuition and compassion in her one-on-one sessions, groups, and circles.

Sarah is a sought-after speaker at companies, colleges, and events like TEDx, bringing her light-hearted and compassionate approach to meditation and transformation.

She believes spirituality doesn’t have to be solemn business and aspires to spark a deeper awakening within others while igniting people’s ability to laugh, lighten, and be in more flow.

Check out her TEDx talk on meditation here: