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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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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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Awakening Woman: Are we selfish or are we healing the world?

November 16, 2016

Awakening Woman: Are we selfish or are we healing the world?

Awakened women spend a lot of time thinking about themselves…. We would rather do yoga than attend that social engagement. We want to say NO more often than yes. We spend time a lot of time turning within & monitoring our feelings. We spend hours wondering when & how our passions & soul work is going to beactualized. Part of us wonders…. “am I just selfish?” To people around is it might look self-obsessed. But the truth is that awakening women are healing the world. When we, as women, decide to be something different. When we decide to do something […]
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Tune in then turn on: Embodiment foundations [Part One]

November 10, 2016

Tune in then turn on: Embodiment foundations [Part One]

Embodiment: the art of getting out of your head and into your body While many of us may identify with being a disembodied woman (for signs & symptoms of disembodiment see here)- not as many of us are able to navigate the nebulous word of energies and emotions that exist within the body. While we are ready to leave the over doing masculine mind behind, softening back into our bodies is a language many of us have not learnt to speak – nor have we had the role models to show us the way. In this blog I’m sharing The Embodied […]
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Closed hearts & confused minds: 5 core symptoms of the disembodied woman

October 8, 2016

Closed hearts & confused minds: 5 core symptoms of the disembodied woman

When all your energy is in your head it’s hard to think straight. You’re unsure if it’s intuition talking, or just your imagination. You feel flat & drained. There is no desire for pleasure. It’s a lonely way to live. Closed heart, confused mind. Textbook disembodiment. What’s worse – it infiltrates everything around you. Work, relationships, life – it all feels dull. I know that place disembodied way of living well. It frustrates the crap out of me. Because I know it’s not my truth. I know I’m capable of more. And I, like you, am a woman who is […]
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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