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Jenny is a spiritual counselor and certified yoga and Hakomi therapist who focuses on improved health and well-being. She emphasizes the role of our inherent spiritual nature as an agent for healing. 

When our attention is established in a curious and friendly way toward our immediate experience we can begin to unwind old habits and gain new insight. All spiritual systems have knowledge of this type of attention, Yoga calls it Purusa, Buddhism calls it Buddha Nature. Jenny guides clients to create a relationship with this universal spiritual awareness so that it can broaden our understanding of what is causing our difficulties and allow us to feel the beauty of our full human experience. 

Jenny's work draws from ancient yogic and Buddhist teachings and various therapeutic systems. Each of these sources offers tools and opportunities to realize one's personal journey. Typically, the coping strategies that block our access to joy, wholeness and freedom are rooted in unconscious experiences that need to be mindfully explored. Attention to the body plays a significant roll in reaching our unconscious. All of Jenny's counseling tools are rooted in body-based awareness systems. Unlocking and transforming the unconscious information our bodies hold is key to making lasting change.

Her counseling methods are informed by the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and the body-centered psychotherapy systems of Hakomi and IFS (Internal Family Systems). She also studies the Sapphire Method, an ancient Kabbalistic practice of healing through imagery work. 

Counseling sessions can include client-centered dialogue, nervous system regulation with yogic breathing and postures, mindfulness techniques, meditation and imagery work. Jenny is known for her ability to meet students where they are and to offer authentic, grounded guidance.

Sessions are $115 for an hour. Please email Jenny to set up a free phone consultation.

(Please note that Jenny is not licensed to diagnose or treat medical conditions or mental health issues, and working with her is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment.)