Approach situations with joy,
kindness and trust,
and everything is possible.
Approach situations with joy, kindness and trust, and everything is possible.
Jennefer has been in the health and wellness industry since 1995, receiving her honours in aesthetics, and completed her Masters training in February 2014 after studying the Usui Shiki Ryoho method since 2001. She is registered with the Canadian Reiki Association as a Master, Practitioner, and Animal Reiki Practitioner. She is located in St. Catharines, Ontario near Niagara Falls.
She has spent the last ten years in academia in the GTA. Her career experience includes Spa Management, Business Development Management and Education for numerous spas across Ontario. She is also a writer, with a diploma in Journalism from Durham College. She is working towards completing a degree in Communications, and has published many articles and fictional work online and in print.
Jennefer’s passion is truly on the wellness of each individual. Whether you’re looking for body treatments, aesthetic care, energetic Reiki work or holistic remedies; her intuitive approach to well being will ensure an authentic connection with everyone.
Jennefer and the Wounded Sparrow
“One of my most memorable and incredible Reiki moments came in 2012, when I was presented with the opportunity to help a wounded bird.
I was eating dinner with colleagues, and a small bird hit the window next to our table. It was a very hard hit, and I immediately got up and went outside to help the bird. Behind me I heard my colleagues wondering what I was doing, having left the table so abruptly.
I went outside, and sure enough, the small bird was laying on its side beneath the window, its eyes closed. My first thought was, well, I’ll just help it pass, out of pain.
The past year has brought so much change. I haven't written much because I've been busy with life; rebuilding, learning, coping, finding love (within myself and others) and exploring this new relationship that is about to cross the one year threshold. The past year...
It was during a really great evening with a couple new friends that I received some valuable advice. Words I'd heard in different ways and different times, but sometimes, it takes that one person to make things click. Here's the advice: Stop paying your kids way....