wild & free
Face your challenges.
Embrace your authentic self.
Heal from within.
So many women do not take care of themselves whole-heartedly or consistently. It is my passion to empower, educate, and inspire you through holistic self-care, spirituality, and intuitive development for practical living.
Jen will be your guide to face those insecurities, self-doubt, and self-sabotage. Through her YouTube Channel, social media posts, local events, blog articles, podcast episodes, and monthly Newsletter you can grow personally, heal, forgive, and release what no longer serves you.
"Helping moms shine from within."
Welcome, choose your ADVENTURE.
A strong woman is one who feels deeply and loves fiercely. Her tears flow as abundantly as her laughter. A strong woman is both soft and powerful, she is both practical and spiritual. A strong woman in her essence is a gift to the world.
Native American Saying
Jen is a mom to a wild toddler and wife to a Firefighter/Paramedic. She was adopted in Manila, Philippines, and traveled all over the world from Hong Kong, China, Bali, Tunisia, Tanzania, Kenya, and all over Europe. She has resided in the Philippines, Hong Kong, Illinois, California, New Hampshire, and Maine. Most recently, she moved to the Roanoke Valley in 2014 for her nursing career. She has two Bachelor’s degrees in Art History and in Nursing. Her diverse experiences in nursing include Resource Pool, Neurotrauma Critical Care, and Home Hospice. Jen also traveled to Duke University Medical Center for one assignment in the Neuro ICU. Currently, she holds a per diem position on an Oncology/Palliative care unit. She has been a Usui and Karuna® Reiki Master Teacher (RMT)/Practitioner since 2011, a Shaman Apprentice since 2018, and opened her small holistic business in 2019 focusing on self-care and spirituality. She is passionate about health, wellness, and alternative methods and hopes to empower, inspire, and educate moms to love their body, mind, heart, and soul.
Portraits, Travel, Family, & Home Life
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.