Self-reflection isn’t easy.
When it comes to doing the hard work, sometimes we’re drawn to looking for easy answers outside of ourselves, pushing us further from the answers that we already hold within.
Jenna Reiss is Aiding People in Their Spiritual Evolution Through Breathwork
Jenna Reiss is a breathwork facilitator in Los Angeles, a doula, and also works with clients one-on-one. She has her own beautiful practice and teaches online, supporting people in their spiritual evolution through breathwork.
In this conversation, she talks about the idea of coming home to yourself, what that means, and why, in our rush to heal, we so often get pushed further outside of ourselves.
“I’m positive that breathwork could heal the world.” – Jenna Reiss, Almost 30 Podcast
She also dives into the personal healing journey, and how having compassion for everyone’s individual process starts with self-compassion. Jenna has an open heart and makes you feel good about being yourself. So get ready to laugh, go deep, and come home.
We also talk about:
- Practicing the art of listening
- Taking responsibility for your own healing
- Learning to trust yourself
- How intuition is not a binary
- Getting stuck in a loop
- Setting up a support system for yourself
- Being with your feelings
- Website: jennareiss.com
- Instagram: @jennamreiss
- Facebook: facebook.com/JennaMReiss
- Beach Breathwork
- Collective Connection: 4-Week Healing Journey
- Expanded Wild Hearts Retreat
- Private Session
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