You aren’t broken sweetheart, you just need help remembering who you are!

Hi, I’m Jessa, and this is my story…

My hope is that my story touches the hearts of other women and helps them not feel so alone. Please share my story and help me on my mission to touch the lives of as many women as I can.  

It can be difficult living a life feeling like you are constantly holding your breath. when you are living in the shadow of anxiety, depression, low self-esteem or the constant rumble of negative thoughts - you feel like you can’t breathe. You are paralyzed in the pain, detached from your body, and separated from your true self. Depression becomes your only reality, your life and your way of living.

I know, for me, trying to heal my life along with trying to balance the responsibilities of normal everyday life often left me feeling like I was failing at everything. I felt so alone. I felt like I was programmed to do and be someone I was not just so the world would accept me. I felt unworthy, broken and beaten down. I would hide my depression and anxiety. I didn’t understand what was happening or how to talk about it. I thought I needed to be strong because I was a mom so I hid my pain from the world around me. Everyday I would put on my “happy” mask and continue about my day silently feeling like I was dying inside.

I knew I needed to take a step back and look deep inside of myself before it was too late but I didn’t know how or where to even begin. I wanted to live a life I loved, to feel joy, and most of all just be able to smile again. The problem was, I didn’t trust myself or the world around me. I was lost, alone and scared

It wasn’t until I started to feel better that I realized just how bad it was. I made so many mistakes, and was in unhealthy relationships. I acted crazy, was an emotional wreck, and unavailable to my children. I felt stuck for so many years in a dark, empty tunnel with no escape. I would cry myself to sleep every night, begging god for mercy. I was a mom. I was suppose to be strong. I wasn’t suppose to feel this way.

In 2012 I found myself on the bathroom floor begging god to end my pain. I’m going to get a little spiritual on you now because it was in these darkest moments that god spoke to me, lifted me up and wiped my tears. Regardless of what you believe or don’t believe, I will always share my relationship with god ( spirit, universe, call it what you want) god said, “people plan, and god laughs. Follow the path I lay out for you and you will live a life free of this pain.” My life changed after this.

There is a saying that when the student is ready, the teachers will come. I had reached a point where it was too painful to stay where I was. Spiritual teachers and coaches started showing up in my life. I started to go out in nature and would hike for hours. I prayed. I meditated. I journaled. I cried. I healed. I found pieces of myself on those long hikes, in nature, and with god, although it wasn’t easy, I slowly started to heal. After years of self-care, I found myself, my intuition and my own innate healing deep inside myself.

I’m not going to lie, it wasn’t easy. It took work. It took commitment. It took making mistakes and starting over again and again. There were days I “faked it, until I made it.” Repeatedly using manta’s, meditations and healing music sometimes every minute of everyday. I don’t want to pretend like life is perfect now. After all, we are a spirit living a human experience. We are meant to experience life, and emotions. The modalities I use are my daily “medications”, and without my tools, I wouldn’t stay mentally healthy. Period. There is no way around this. I reflect a lot, I journal, I pray, and I meditate. I love to be outside, in nature and with god. If I am feeling off balance or emotional, I go outside, take my shoes off, ground myself and breathe. This is my happy place.

The reason I decided to share my journey, is because too many women feel ashamed, or don’t talk to someone, or feel like they have to be strong. And this needs to change! We can ask for help, and be strong.  We can cry, and be strong. We can have depression and anxiety, and be strong. It takes a tribe. Your story will not look like mine or anyone else’s. Your symptoms don’t have to fit into a box of what’s “normal.” We are all different. We shouldn’t compare our stories and journey with others.. we shouldn’t think our story is not worth sharing, or talking about. We shouldn’t feel shame or guilt for our experiences in life.

Create happiness & freedom in your life

My mission is to support women in experiencing deep rest and balance by teaching them how to slow down, quiet all the noise in their busy life, and connect back to themselves.   

The methods I use can help change the way you respond to stress and anxiety. It leaves you feeling less stressed, less anxiety, more energy, more motivation, increases the joy we feel in our life, and sets the conditions for us to grow and evolve and to remind you of your truth and wholeness.

I am committed to being a safe and inviting space that gives you the tools necessary to live a happier, healthier life.

I use somatic, mindfullness and body-centered techniques to support women who are struggling physically, emotionally, and/or spiritually to release and let go of what is no longer serving them so that they experience a sense of peace, calm, and safety.  

This journey isn't about what you can do, it's about who you can become….

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