Jenny has two essential philosophies that are fundamental in all she teaches and practices.

1) Individual autonomy

2) Live & learn in harmony with nature

In nature we can find all the solutions we seek, all the answers explained. We can simplify how to live the right path by observing cause and effect. Nature also gives us all the perfectly balanced food and resources we need for optimal living.

Individual autonomy means you recognize your part and responsibility in life. You appreciate the miracle of living and act accordingly.

These philosophies are part of Jenny’s matrix and so her passion and commitment to them shine through in everything she does. Jenny was born into a family where natural medicine and healing is the norm. Her grandfather was a Taoist shaman and her father is a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine.  In 1997 Jenny started studying medicinal herbs and Clinical Herbology with Dominion Herbal College. She also studied Chinese and Ayurvedic herbs with Michael Tierra.  She then became a massage therapist (2200hr) in 2002. Completed the first level Yoga Teacher Training in 2005. Became a Clinical Hypnotherapist in 2008. Continued to study neuroscience, took two full NLP practitioner programs and become a certified Neuro Linguistic Programming practitioner in 2010. Since 2012 Jenny started training as a life coach, completed the practicum and became certified as a Life Coach in 2016. During 2015, she also completed her 500+hr level Yoga teacher training, in Yoga therapy.

Jenny’s approach is holistic yet simplified and pragmatic. While working as a herbal and nutritional consultant in Toronto, she had the privilege of working with many different health practitioners. They had tremendous knowledge yet overly systematized in their approach to helping clients. Homeopaths would recommend one tiny constitutional remedy for a whole complex syndrome of disorders. Conversely naturopaths would break the client’s bank while making them leave the clinic with a wheel barrel full of supplements and glandulars after $1000’s of dollars of testing. Physical trainers and nutritionists tend to be manic with an over emphasis on exercise, food chemistry and calorie counting.

Jenny believes that it’s all an experience, a learning opportunity and to just try your best with what resources you have. Expect positive changes because permanent change only happens when your mind is receptive to it.

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