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Jen figured out late in life that she's better off being her own boss. She is a multi-passion entrepreneur who loves to serve, mentor, write, and create pieces of art. 

Jen loves to goof around, watch Star Wars, eat crab wontons, and go for walks in the woods. She believes that looking young is staying true to herself and creating a unique wellness lifestyle that makes her happy. 

Jen moved to the Blue Ridge Mountains in 2014. She and her husband bought 15 acres and will be building their dream home overlooking Roanoke Valley.


Jen resides in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Roanoke, Virginia. She lives with her loving husband,  baby boy, and four crazy cats.


Her nursing experience ranges from Resource Pool to Neurotrauma ICU, and Hospice Home Health.


This taught Jen a lot about the vulnerability in times of trauma, chaos, and tragedy. During her time in the critical care unit, she volunteered free Reiki sessions for her colleagues. It was during this period when she realized how much she loved providing gentle healing and balancing to the human spirit. 





healer & mentor

"Two roads diverged in a wood, and - 
I took the one less traveled by,
And that made all the difference."
- Robert Frost


  • ​Intuitive Healer & Mentor

  • High Empath

  • Spiritual Mentor

  • Oracle & Tarot Card Reader

Since 2003 I've been on a road to discovery. It started off with Tai Chi Chih classes (thinking it was martial arts!). Then stepping into my first metaphysical store during my college years as an Art History major. I met Sonia Choquette and Donna Eden in person and gradually fell in love with the metaphysical and mystical arts of energy and healing. It wasn't until nursing school where I started to slowly believe I can become have more than one passion. Eventually, I specialized in Reiki:

  • Usui Reiki Master Teacher/Practitioner

  • Karuna Reiki® Master Teacher/Practitioner

I'm a member and an affiliate with the:


  • Society for Shamanic Practice

  • International Reiki Organization

  • International Center for Reiki Training

  • Holistic Chamber of Commerce

  • The WellNest Roanoke

She embraces all walks of life no matter the ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, spiritual practice or religion.

Mother Nature has continued to teach her many lessons and healings. She has unexpectedly been called to pursue the teachings of Shamanism.

Jen has been a Reiki Master Teacher (RMT) since 2011.



"How very little can be done under the spirit of fear."
- Florence Nightingale

First day as a nurse!


Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital


Magnet Designation, Trauma Level One.

Nursing school.

Husson University.

During finals week I volunteered my  Reiki Services to students to promote general wellness and relaxation.

  • Nurse

My nursing journey was a rough and amazing one. 

  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing

  • Graduated from Husson University

  • Licensed with Virginia, Compact State

My experiences and specialties were in:

  • Resource Pool

  • Neurotrauma Intensive Care Unit

  • Nurse Caseworker - Home Hospice

Companies I work(ed) with:

  • Carilion Clinic

  • Amedisys Home Health

Travel experience included:

  • Duke Hospital on Neuro Intensive Care Unit

I only had one assignment because I got pregnant with Liam. We planned the pregnancy but we didn't think it would happen so fast!




the cliff clan

"Parenthood is the ultimate test of will power, unconditional love, forgiveness, and faith."
- Jen Marie Cliff

When Jeremy and I knew we wanted to spend the rest of our lives together we would say, "I can't wait to start a life with you." Years later, here we are with a home, a child, crazy pets, and each other. I am proud to be a:

  • Firefighter/Paramedic Wife

  • Mother to Liam and Abigail

There is nothing in the world I would trade for my Cliff Clan. 

Becoming a mother has taught me some hard lessons. The number one lesson is what I teach my clients:


Prioritize your self-care and intuition.

Then you can get through anything.


First pregnancy.

Babymoon at Key West!

Maybe it wasn't the best decision because I couldn't drink alcohol but Jeremy and I still had a blast together.

Wedding Day.

Mutual Weirdness FOREVER.

One of the best days of my life. We celebrated with less than 25 people which included close friends and family.

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