Jessica Mahler
 

Upcoming Events

 
 
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Reiki Restore
friday, September 13 6:30pM

End the work week with me by lying back on your own cozy body pillow at Recharj to receive high vibrational energy to help you shed any stress or anxiety that might be stuck in the body or clouding your thoughts and let your cares and your worries fade away.

Reiki 1 training
saturday, october 5 10am

If you are looking for ways to connect more deeply with yourself, enhance your intuition, move through transitions with more ease, or would like to help others in a really big way, learning Reiki could be the thing that transforms all these things for you—as well as your life.


Breathwork circle
Friday, october 11 7pm

Breathwork can help you get really REAL with your healing, offering a way for you to access the fears, the grief, the sadness, the pain, the guilt—anything you’ve been holding onto that has been holding you back and help you let them go, empowering you with the ability to finally release the influence they’ve had over you in a safe and fun way.
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Healing Sessions

Receiving healing is making a commitment to yourself, to growing, to stepping more fully into the version of yourself the universe breathed you into being to be. There is no way to move backward when you decide to heal. The only direction is forward and upward: a bigger, better, stronger you. I offer a variety of ways to help you connect more deeply to yourself and acknowledge all the experiences you have been through that have contributed to the person you are today.

EMBRACING YOUR OWN SELF-WORTH


HOW DID WE LET OUR SELF-WORTH BECOME DEFINED BY OTHERS?

I believe that somewhere during our development when we're taught manners and how to be polite, after we've begun to take in information about what is acceptable behavior versus what isn't, we learn to allow our needs and desires to take a back seat. Or begin to feel inferior because someone else seems to have all the answers or simply the greatest luck ever. We want what they have—or at least for it to come as seemingly easy—so we begin to second guess our urges, which leads us to second guess our self-worth.

Seeing other people succeed makes us want what they have—or at least that's what we convince ourselves. That we need a partner to be happy. That we need a 6-figure income to consider ourselves successful. That our home should look like a magazine spread. That we should be a certain size, wear our hair a certain way, or have flawless makeup on 24/7.

BUT THAT'S JUST NOT THE WAY THE COOKIE IS SUPPOSED TO CRUMBLE. AT LEAST NOT FOR ALL OF US.

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