Are you ready for a change? Have you been stuck for too long? Is your personal life suffering? Are you suffering? Do you find yourself with the same thoughts over and over — thoughts that weigh you down, make you sad, or make you angry?
- Do you just know in your gut that it’s time to shift something big in your life?
- Do you want to change what you do so you can change what you get?
- Do you want to change what you think so you can change what you do?
What If Wellness can help you rock your transformation!
What If Wellness provides one on one transformational coaching, group training, and self-defense classes to help people who feel unsafe in the world quickly and easily shift into safety, creativity, abundance, and joy. Oh, and adventure. Adventure is important!
I help you identify fears and barriers to your joy… and gently and quickly release and overcome them. You then choose what you MOST WANT in your life and learn how to achieve that using incredibly simple brain training techniques, tapping, laughter, and movement.
Simple, fun, and outrageously effective.
What do you really want? Are you getting it? Is it hard? It doesn’t have to be. Come play with me and you’ll see how easy positive change can be!
“Jennifer’s joyful presence and powerful coaching have been infectious in our organization. Participants say they have experienced more positive movement through their “stuff” than in years of talk therapy. Releasing whatever holds us back and then focusing our powerful intentions on what we DO want (vs, the “problems”) in our work and lives is profoundly freeing. People make leaps and bounds forward! We are so grateful, Jennifer.”
Do you like learning through stories?
Read this blog post about my adventure in Liberia if you want some memorable tips and lessons on self-defense. Learn from both my mistakes and my good choices so you don’t have to learn it through your own experiences! The post also has a link to an audio podcast I did of the same story.
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