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Jen Johnson is a mindfulness teacher, coach and counselor. She is also a photographer and writer. Jen is passionate about empowering clients to heal and move forward to create the life they imagine. She guides clients to mindfully design their lives and work to align with what matters most, infuse their creative work with heart and soul, and release what is blocking them. Jen supports clients to create clear intentions and then teaches them mindfulness and energy psychology practices to support them on their journey and help them release energetic blocks. She specializes in stress reduction, self-confidence and self-esteem, women’s wellness and self-care, women entrepreneurs, smart and sensitive women, artists and writers, working through creative blocks, and coping with major life changes and health challenges. 

Jen has been a featured expert on radio and in print and online publications, including, PainPathways Magazine, Psychology Today blog, CeliacCorner blog, JenningsWire: The World of Success, WHQR’s Coastline and Midday Interview, and WILMA magazine, among others.

Practicing mindfulness reduces stress and increases feelings of peace, happiness and well-being. Practicing mindfulness is also one of the most effective things that we can do to increase willpower and support us in reaching our goals.


Mindfulness is awareness of present moment without clinging, without turning away and trying to escape what feels uncomfortable, and without wanting it to be other than it is.

Practicing mindfulness allows us to be present with whatever arises in our lives, both the joys and the difficult moments, without being so reactive. Living mindfully allows us to stay in the moment without getting overwhelmed by worry about the future or regret about the past.

When we bring awareness to whatever is happening right now, we have the freedom to choose how to respond rather than falling into habitual patterns of reactivity.

Our health—and indeed our entire lives—can be seen as the sum of all our
moment-to-moment decisions.  –Kelly A. Turner


Practicing mindfulness also supports us in opening the heart in order to experience life more fully. We learn to let go of self-criticism, self-doubt and anxiety and develop a relationship with ourselves based on lovingkindness and self-compassion, which supports our growth and expansion and increases peace, happiness and well-being.

When we pause from the busyness, when we stop, it actually gives us a chance
 to come home to our hearts again. — Tara Brach

As we develop loving-kindness and compassion, we begin to understand that we are all interconnected and that our well-being depends upon the well-being of the natural world, and the natural world”s well-being depends upon our well-being. As we grow in your understanding of this interrelated ecology of all living things, we grow more committed to nurturing wellness in ourself, others, and the natural world.

Do You pay regular visits to yourself? –Rumi