Pathways to Wellness University offers online courses, consulting, Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga, and online coaching to help women feel good in their bodies and enjoy life.
Our signature course: an online interactive program for women to help you move from feeling stressed and unfulfilled to having more time for you again, doing things you enjoy, and feeling good in your body using Pathways to Wellness’s method Uncovering You: 7-Steps to Living YOUR Fullest Life (instead of living for everyone else).
Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga is an adjunctive treatment for PTSD and/or complex trauma. It can help you heal from your past wounds and reconnect with your body so you can:
❦ More easily make healthy choices in your life
❦ Feel more at ease in your body
❦ Experience greater acceptance of yourself and your body
❦ Increase your connection to self and others
My Resilient Nurses, Satisfied Patients Program helps hospitals and clinics with high turnover and staffing shortages eliminate and prevent burnout particularly during our global crisis so they can:
☑️ Keep medical personnel emotionally and physically healthy and well
☑️ Retain their nurses
☑️ Improve staff performance
☑️ Improve patient satisfaction
From my signature 15 minute Yoga Break to skills like 5-4-3-2-1 and volcano breathing to a five minute video of nature, SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube Channel to calm your body and mind so you can feel grounded, emotionally regulated, clear, and focused.
Between a pandemic and moving to another country, I have become extremely stressed, frazzled, and disorganized. I have not had the time or energy to establish meaningful connections or even services to help me at my new home. I am so grateful for Jen's online course to help me regain some connection with myself and find the necessary calm and focus that I needed The course is structured so well and the information is very well presented. I can also work at my own pace and time, which was important to me.
One of my biggest challenges is being able to quiet my mind - it seems to be going all the time, racing through a million thoughts all the time. The techniques you learn in working with Jen are so very helpful in learning to find stillness, put things into perspective and find a little peace. It takes practice and you need to commit to the process, but it helps so very much. As women, we seem to put our own self-care on the very last wrung of importance even when we achieve empty-nester status. Take some time, make yourself a priority and join this program. Jen’s teaching style makes the steps easy to follow and practice. This is time and money well spent. And when we are well cared for, we are better at caring for the ones we love.
Rooted in the science of poly-vagal theory, practical in its approach and guided by Jen’s wisdom from years of experience, study and practice in clinical social work and yoga–find the grounded joy of being in balance through revealing awareness exercises, Jen’s clarifying tools for uncovering your ideal life, and yoga's calming breathing and movement practices. An added bonus of working with others in community plus feedback from Jen makes this course an important and necessary venture for these complex times.
I have known Jen for years. She is a gifted therapist and teacher, because of both her intuition, and also her constant search for knowledge and truth. She is always learning and growing, which in my mind is a prerequisite for someone who is able to help others grow. She has explored multiple avenues of healing and works hard to provide a wholistic perspective on what it takes to heal and move forward through life. Jen is able to create space for others so they can discover themselves. If you are feeling overwhelmed by life, and are not sure you are living your best life, Jen can help. She has specialized in the body and trauma, and is capable of guiding you through whatever pain is in you story and life, and toward living authentically from your entire person.
Jen is skilled at helping stressed-out folks find peace in their bodies. Through her somatically-focused approach, she helps individuals heal and release trauma as they regain faith and trust in their bodies.
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