How present are you in your own life?
The illusion of separation can make you feel like a bystander, going through the motions without connecting to yourself, your body, others, and the environment.
You don’t have to carry expectations and values that were never yours to begin with. A more meaningful life is not about recreating and reinventing ourselves; it’s about reconnecting and remembering what really matters.
Uncover parts of yourself that you haven't noticed
Let go of societal norms and conditioning that have nothing to do with the real you.
Undo the harm of the daily grind - physically, mentally, spiritually.
Recover from feelings of numbness, burnout, and fatigue from being part of the “machine”
Experience an open-minded space for real talk
Bring your whole self without fear of being judged or “canceled” alongside genuine accountability
Shift your everyday way of being
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I used to think challenging the status quo was improving systems that already exist to make them more inclusive and equitable for all people. I’ve realized that it’s these systems themselves that need to be replaced with something new – and this something new can’t be a homogeneous, universal, one-size-fits all solution created by a few people in a room with a white board. Instead, the way of being needs to honor many possibilities with room to breathe and shift as we all grow and evolve – together. If we stay burned out and treat our bodies like machines, we don’t have the energy or the time to reimagine these possibilities.
I focus on embodying what I want to see, living it in everything I do, and support others in this process of embodying their own interconnected existence. In our work together, practices and dialogue that helps us remember our connection to our bodies, communities, and the environment can help us discover what brings us genuine satisfaction and recover from individual and collective burnout.
Choose a life you actually want, not what you “should” want. Here’s how I can help!
“Working with Jillian is like talking to your own reflection who empathizes with you and understands all sides of your life."
"Working with Jillian is like talking to your own reflection who empathizes with you and understands all sides of your life. It is what you dreamed your relationship with your mentor or boss would be when you were first introduced into the corporate world. She handles every moment of vulnerability with compassion, empathy and safety and gives you the tools to still maintain and grow professionally and spiritually.
- Senior Director, Marketing at NBC
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