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  • 19
    Apr 2018

    Want to become a coach? Or want deeper training?

    Women ask me all the time what programs I recommend to support you in becoming a coach, and there’s one program that stands out amongst all the others that I want to share with you. 

    The Well Life Coaching Program is a 5-month certification that takes a truly holistic view of transformation by combining spirituality, health, and inner work with training in coaching skills, holding space, and state-of-the-art business training, so you can have an incredibly lucrative business. This program is for new coaches and practitioners who want to take their work much deeper and experience more transformation with their clients.

    Dragon Tree Coaching

    The founders, Briana and Dr. Peter Borten, are two of the most loving and genius people I know.

    They run a multifaceted business (including 3 spas, a product line, and personal development programs), have published 2 books (and are working on a third), and are opening a retreat center. Briana is a masterful energy matrix reader who helps people discover their dharma and remove unseen obstacles (it’s a little hard to explain, but it has completely changed my life).

    They also have two incredible daughters, cultivate a deep and romantic relationship, and have a life full of great friends, self-care, and lots of ritual. 

    I mention this because when I am learning from someone, I want them to have a life that I aspire to, and I don’t know anyone more inspiring than these two.  

    Everything you need to know about the program and if it’s right for you is on this page. I cannot speak highly enough about the level of training and care you’ll receive in the Well Life Coaching Program. I am not an affiliate for the program and don’t benefit in any way from you choosing to sign up. I’m sharing this program with you because I truly believe in what Briana and Peter do and think this program is the best choice if you want to become a coach.  Let me know if you decide to join!

    Cheers to your continued growth.

    Love, 
    Sarah

     

    Events at the Moon Lodge

    Events Hosted by Sarah Jenks

    Sacred Business Circle: a 1-day sacred business retreat with me on Friday, April 20th, 9:00am–6:00pm.
    In person registration has closed; you can still join via livestream. Click here to learn more and sign up. 

    Full Moon Women’s Circle: gather with us under the Pink Full Moon to celebrate the coming of Spring, 
    April 29th, 7:30pm-10:00pm in person or livestream.
    Click here to learn more and sign up.

    Yoga + Movement Classes

    Tuesdays:  7:15pm–8:30pm SPA Yoga® with Cece Santucci

    Wednesdays: 9:30am–10:30am Vinyasa Flow with Kathryn Postulka, RYT

    Thursdays: 9:30am–10:30am Vinyasa Flow with Melissa Holm (No yoga today, 4/19)

    Fridays: 9:30am–10:30am Fun Feminine-Based Movement (Rotating Teachers and Classes, No movement class tomorrow, 4/20)
    Get all the details to join us for yoga and movement here.

    Guest Workshops

    Deep Detox with Functional Nutritionist + Yoga Teacher Erin Holt on Saturday, April 21st, 12:00pm–3:00pm. 

    Wellness Rituals for Motherhood with Karoline Barwinski and Mara Grbenick, May 6th, 10:00am–2:00pm. 

    Dreamful Daycation with Lauren Durso on Saturday, May 12th, 8:30am–5:30pm.

    Get all the details for our guest workshops here.

  • 12
    Apr 2018

    You’re Invited: Full Moon Women’s Circle, Sunday, April 29th

    I hope you can join us to gather under the Pink Full Moon to celebrate the coming of Spring and the awakening of our creativity, energy, and passion. This Full Moon is in Scorpio, which is all about boldness, bravery, and passion. It’s going to be a really fun night!


    Details:
    Full Moon Women’s Circle

    Sunday, April 29th 

    7:30pm – 10:00pm (Livestream starts at 7:45pm)

    Hawthorn Farm, Medfield, MA 

    $20 In Person

    $15 Livestream

    To get in the mood, you may want to wear pink and pin flowers in your hair.  

    SIGN UP FOR IN-PERSON TICKETS HERE.
    SIGN UP FOR LIVESTREAM TICKETS HERE.

    **Please note that this is the last event I am personally hosting at the Moon Lodge before I have my baby! If you’ve been wanting to come experience the magic we create when we’re together in this sacred space, this is the time!  

    Women have been gathering under the Full Moon since the beginning of time to celebrate, practice magic, and connect with the divine energy that flows through the stars, the trees, and our blood.

    Something truly unexplainable happens when women gather in a sacred space. You’ll have to come and experience the magic for yourself.

    Whether you’re a devout Catholic or a seasoned Witch… a maiden, mother, or crone… a lawyer or an artist or a teacher… you are welcome, just as you are. All I ask is that you come with an open mind and a pillow to sit on.

    I can’t wait to be with you. 

    Love, 
    Sarah

     

    Additional Events at Hawthorn Farm

    Events Hosted by Sarah Jenks

    Sacred Business Circle: a 1-day sacred business retreat with me on Friday, April 20th, 9:00am–6:00pm.
    Click here to learn more and sign up.

    Yoga + Movement Classes

    Tuesdays:  7:15pm–8:30pm SPA Yoga® with Cece Santucci

    Wednesdays: 9:30am–10:30am Vinyasa Flow with Kathryn Postulka, RYT

    Thursdays: 9:30am–10:30am Vinyasa Flow with Melissa Holm

    Fridays: 9:30am–10:30am Fun Feminine-Based Movement (Rotating Teachers and Classes)

    Get all the details to join us for yoga and movement here.

    Guest Workshops

    Headshot Session with Sarah Zengo and Meghann Gregory 4/14 1:00pm-4:00 pm.  

    Deep Detox with Functional Nutritionist + Yoga Teacher Erin Holt on Saturday, April 21st, 12:00pm–3:00pm. 

    Wellness Rituals for Motherhood with Karoline Barwinski and Mara Grbenick, May 6th, 10:00am–2:00pm. 

    Dreamful Daycation with Lauren Durso on Saturday, May 12th, 8:30am–5:30pm.

    Get all the details for our guest workshops here.

  • 05
    Apr 2018

    Create a Sacred Home (crystals not required)

    Last weekend we celebrated Passover and Easter, and I’m relishing the small signs of Spring as the snow (finally) starts to melt. I’m also getting the double whammy of nesting hormones (being in my third trimester) and the natural craving to purge and refresh with the Spring energy in the air.

    I’ve always loved interior design as I grew up with a mother who created so much beauty in our home. Physical beauty can have a profound impact on our energy, our experience of coming home at the end of the day, or how our day starts when we wake up.  

    When I first started my spiritual practice, I kept all of my “magical things” tucked away in my bedroom or office. I found myself nervous when guests would come over. I didn’t want to be “discovered” and considered different or an outcast.  

    As I explored the ins and outs of why I was such a closeted magic maker, I became more comfortable with being me out in the open. As I came out of the closet, I started to see my whole home as a temple. I wanted every room to feel sacred. And the more I took my sacred stuff out of hiding, the more I came out of hiding.

    Something I learned from my friend Rebecca McLoughlin is that every room in my home is a reflection of my inner world, my relationships, and my life.

    Here are some ideas on how to make your home more sacred (crystals not required):

    Each room can have an intention
    Your office is a reflection of your work and, potentially, money. Your bedroom is a reflection of your romance and relationships (whether or not you are in a relationship). Your kitchen is a reflection of your health. Your living room is a reflection of your community. Your closets are a reflection of your inner world.  

    Walk into each room (or just one) and sink into your intention. Maybe you want your bedroom to nurture more harmony and sweetness in your relationship, or maybe you want it to inspire a hot sex life. Maybe you want your living room to call more friends into your life or more authentic conversations. Maybe you want your kitchen to support your taking incredible care of your body or inspire family dinners 5 days a week.

    Clear the space
    If your intention for your bedroom is to create more harmony in your relationship, having a bunch of junk and clutter isn’t going to help. If you want to feel less anxious internally, having messy closets is no bueno. If you want to have more family dinners but can’t find everything you need to cook, you’re never going to do it.  

    Add in symbols
    Here’s the thing with symbols – what is most important is what they mean to YOU. I don’t care that an amethyst traditionally guards against negativity or helps with intuition. Maybe when you hold an amethyst you feel abundant, and so you may want to put one in your office. I don’t care that a bear spirit animal is about strength and protection – maybe to you a bear reminds you to be more playful or slow, so you want to add a symbol of a bear in your kitchen to remind you to have fun cooking.  

    Think through what symbols, colors, animals, stones, photos, books, objects, and materials make YOU feel the way you want to feel, based on your intention. 

    When I designed my living room, my intention was to create a friend group that was deep, spiritual, a bit wild, and vulnerable. I chose to build huge shelves that had many, many symbols of who I am, who Jonathan is, places we’ve travelled, books we love, animal skulls we connect with, and art of places that are familiar to us. I wanted to make sure I am showing who I am, so others feel comfortable to be themselves. We don’t have a TV in this room, and everything is oriented towards our fireplace. I’ve had a few intimate gatherings in this room, and everyone always drops in and goes there really quickly.

     

    My invitation for you is to take some time this weekend to set your intentions (include your partner and your kids – they live in the house, too! :)) and then put some time on your calendar to clear out clutter and then add symbols to your home. Have it be fun. Have it be an intentional practice.

    In the comments below, I’d love to know what your intention is for one room in your home and what symbols you want to add to support that intention.

    Also, I am hosting my last Full Moon Women’s Circle before I have my baby! Click here to reserve your spot online or in person.

    Happy Spring!

    Love, 
    Sarah

Design: Jane Reaction. Development: Brandi Bernoskie.