Yoga and Meditation Teacher
- Location: San Diego, CA, USA
- Years as Mentor: 20
- Credentials: Masters of Arts, The George Washington University
- Profession: Mentor, Yoga and Meditation Teacher, Coach
- Expertise: Yoga and Meditation
- Languages: English
- Hourly Rate: $$
- Free Initial Consultations: Yes
- Global Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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About Jen René
Jen is an International Yoga and Meditation Teacher, Teacher trainer and Mentor.
She is currently in her third decade of yoga and meditation practice. Jen has been teaching yoga for 20 years and has worked with thousands of students all over the world in helping them achieve their wellness goals.
Jen offers students practical steps in developing and deepening a yoga or meditation practice so that anyone can realize the transformational benefits of the practice.
Jen has experience working with corporate clients to bring mindfulness and wellbeing into the work place. She is a business mentor for yoga teachers and wellness professionals.
Jen's belief that everyone can benefit from mindfulness, meditation, and yoga has been the cornerstone of her highly acclaimed in-person trainings, retreats, and coaching.
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Most Popular Articles
How to Make Practice a Habit
Our habits shape us and they play a central role in any successful long-term discipline. Once practice is a habit, it is no longer something that we have to think about. You wake up, you brush your teeth, you practice yoga. Boom - it’s done.
The Art of Holding Space
As a teacher, the idea of holding space means that we’re walking alongside our students on their yoga journey, destination unknown. It means offering support that isn’t conditional on performance or ability or attendance.
Why I think Ashtanga Yoga Is Dangerous
I was asked if Ashtanga Yoga is dangerous. My immediate response was a vehement “of course not!” And then I thought about it a little more. I realized that my initial reaction was a conditioned response rather than a considered answer.
Client Success Stories
"As a studio owner, Ashtanga teacher, and mentor, having a collaborative support system is critical. Jen brought decades of knowledge and wisdom in both the practice and sharing of the practice with others to this Mastermind. She also served as a source of continual inspiration in the business of being a teacher, mentor, and owner. She inspired the courage to finally implement things I had been planning to do. I not only experienced growth within myself, but feel I have more to offer my students, staff, and others I mentor."
"The course layout and materials combined with Jen's availability to answer questions is unique in value. What really stands out for me is the personal attention to each student. I was able to practice through Jen's instruction, knowing she would answer any questions based upon my individual practice."