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      The Yoga of Vulnerability

   

    



Our vulnerability is a profound offering that longs to be shared in our relationships and with the world.


The Yoga of Vulnerability exists for people who want to embody their true nature and live it in every aspect of their lives.


It takes vigilant honesty with ourselves to see the ways we are actually choosing not to live in alignment with who we really are.  The more you practice staying right here, especially in the places where you most want to close down, you will be shown over and over the radiant force of love that is fundamental to who we all are.


Living as this offering of love is the greatest freedom you will ever know and is the most profound gift you could ever offer your relationships and the world around you. 


The Meaning of Love


"Both light and shadow are the dance of Love.

Love has no cause; 

It is the astrolabe of God's secrets.

Lover and Loving are inseparable 

and timeless.


Although I may try to describe Love

when I experience it I am speechless.

Although I may try to write about Love

I am rendered helpless;

my pen breaks and the paper slips away at the ineffable place

where Lover, Loving and Loved are one.


Every moment is made glorious

by the light of Love."  ~Rumi

Testimonials


~"Jen & Chris' groups are....

Honest. Real. Connected. Awe Inspiring." ~Renee Crawford


~"Dear Jennifer,

I just wanted to let you know that the breathing practice you taught me continues to be a useful tool.  I find that it takes me to a deep understanding very quickly of anxieties.  With that clarity I move forward in leaps.  Very gratifying.  Thank you, P. MacDonald"


"In just a few sessions, Jennifer guided me in a process of re-turning to myself.  She is a gifted practitioner who was able to listen beyond my story to the truth of who I am.  But what was so profoundly healing was not solely that she had skills and insights that were helpful, but that she simply but adeptly and oh so gently reminded me that I was the one to open one door after another until I found myself out basking in the sunshine of my own truth."

~R. Alise