meet Jenna

Embodiment + Energy Medicine Mentor Jenna Ward teaches women how to awaken their magnetic + sensual souls, embody their potential and from that place, create authentic businesses + rich relationships that turn them on.

Through her online program, “The Embodied Woman” and her Private Mentoring, Jenna works with women to infuse their life with deep passion + freedom. Creating purpose + direction by desiring yourself as the woman you truly are – embodied, sensual + enough.

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Lifting veils that are impeding your soul’s imperative

January 18, 2017

Lifting veils that are impeding your soul’s imperative

What does it take to move forward with ease? I’ve been asking myself this question at lot of late. I’ve been asking the women – friends & clients – around me as well. What I keep hearing is that ease feels elusive for a lot of us. What we feel is struggle. What we experience is doubt. And it’s exhausting. The clients & friends I spoke to told me… I want to quit my job & follow my creative passions…. But I’m worried about money.  I’m ready to welcome women into my programs & training…. But I’m not sure I […]
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Don’t let those intentions exhaust you: Using masculine & feminine energy to birth your 2017 desires

January 10, 2017

Don’t let those intentions exhaust you: Using masculine & feminine energy to birth your 2017 desires

As we welcome the New Year energy a lot comes into question. What do I want to achieve? How do I want to feel? What am I guided to become? The possibilities the New Year presents can elate us and, just as quickly, we can find ourselves exhausted. Overwhelmed with the vision we desire. Doubtful because we can’t see the path between here & there. The resolution goes out the window within a month. Those old habits creep back in. If you are anything like me, my clients or the women I’ve been speaking to so far this 2017, two […]
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How to discover passion & purpose: walking your soul aligned path

December 6, 2016

How to discover passion & purpose: walking your soul aligned path

Image: Cane farmer’s daughter turned pharmacist turned embodiment mentor (who would have thought?!) “If I knew where to put my energy, and what I wanted to do I’m sure I would be successful. It’s just that…. I don’t know what I want.” It’s the story that cripples us. Our heart is alive with possibilities and the potential within has awoken. Yet we can’t find that “thing” that “job” or “purpose” to put ourselves into. We know that, once it arrives – all our problems will be solved. We know that, once we figure out what “it” is – the next […]
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The sometimes-painful nature of growth

November 22, 2016

The sometimes-painful nature of growth

Women who are on the path of growth tend to go through intense phases. One moment we are in our sweet spot, feeling aligned, attracting our desires towards us with magnetic ease. Then the ease begins to slip, we find ourselves feeling tense. The magic isn’t flowing and we wonder “what is wrong”? Perhaps at some point that “non-ease” might spiral down in a deep depression-like funk that has us feeling edgy, stretched, anxious or utterly exhausted for days on end. These phases of growth can have us experiencing bipolar-like swings in energy, emotions and state of mind. For the […]
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  • “Jenna is magic and the perfect mentor to help you unleash all sorts of wild wonder. Working with her, I remember I’m a goddess who really can create whatever I desire, with speed and grace. She’s helped me up-level and transform my life and business, in the most embodied, sensual and feminine way.”

    Melissa Sandon Soul Leader + Energy Medicine Teacher | www.melissasandon.com

  • “I loved the community in this program. The conversations were lively and personal and most importantly safe. The biggest change is that I feel like I have finally found my voice.  The format was easily digestible and I was able to fit it in to my day. Jenna well and truly exceeded my expectations for a group program – so much individual support.”

    Emma Newby