I AM | Jen Wilson, here to help you feel better in your body & mind. I do this through my book 9 Rules to Sort Your Shit, my classes as a Yoga & Pilates teacher, Meditation teacher, Reiki Healer, and creator of The Healing Rebel programme
I am passionate about helping people optimise their health, to move and feel better. A big focus is on teaching women how to rest and relax without guilt!
Total cliché, but (I love a cliché): We are searching for our true self…Everything we need is within us.
That’s not to say we can want or have nice things, relationships, money… we can have all of that, but we need to have the right things that bring us joy, the friends and relationships that lift us up, help us to shine like the stars that we are.
The money we get and spend should be on things that make our lives and the whole world better – quality over quantity, locally sourced, environmentally friendly, supporting small local businesses where we can – that money all goes back in to the community, that money makes a difference.
Do you wake up looking forward to the day ahead or dreading it waiting for clocking off time?
Do you get to spend time doing things you love?
Do you do something that makes a difference in the world? (It can be anything from growing plants to volunteering)
Do you spend your money on things that make you feel good all day every day?
Do you smile lots and feel happy?
Do you go to bed at the end of the day with joy in your heart that you accomplished something?
Do you ever ask yourself ‘who am I?’
Do you find yourself identifying yourself as ‘I am ______’ fill in the blank with; mum, wife, teacher, lawyer, doctor, entrepreneur, house wife, sister, daughter, friend… or whatever label you identify with.
We are so much more than these labels. We can be all of these and more or none of these at all… You have the power and permission to be whoever and whatever you want to be.
I AM Jen Wilson.
Author, Urban Hippy, Yoga teacher, Pilates teacher, Meditation teacher, Massage therapist, Reiki therapist, mentor, coach, educator, gardener, daughter, sister, partner, friend… These are all the different hats that I wear… but they are not ME.
In my past other hats I have worn include: travel agent, wife, PA, call centre customer service agent, debt collector, administrator, waitress, bar tender, sales consultant, personal trainer, indoor cycling instructor, party girl, drinker, school girl, college student, university student… They were not ME either.
We all have different hats, they all exist, do you identify your hat’s as your true self? Who do you WANT to be? How do you silence the noise to know yourself at your essence?