Often times in life our roles can be so clear… daughter, sister, wife, mom, friend. Other times in life, the roles remain clear, yet they can shift in fulfillment, or even connection. Then there becomes an awareness that changes need to take place.
Yet, the changes aren’t nearly as graceful. It may require courage in the face of uncertainty. It may require walking away from comfort and stepping out on uncomfortable faith.
While neither option brings a sense of excitement, could these actions be exactly what’s required to discover what’s possible on the other side of stepping into who we’re capable of becoming with a hefty dose of faith!
Today’s guest took that step and come out the other side with a sense of genuine connection and happiness for herself and her family.
Jess is a mom, daughter, sister and friend.
She works out Very Well KC as the Collective Coordinator wearing many hats, she also teaches yoga breath work and yoga nidra at Very Well KC and the Yoga Patch.
She does this type of work to help others learn how to calm their nervous system and find a fulfilling space within themselves.
For many years, she looked outside of herself to find happiness. And after many years of working through trauma and pain, she realized that all the happiness she needed was already within her.
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