Jen Walthers

Practicing meditation, Feng Shui and yoga for over 25 years,

along with a passion for mythology that bloomed in the third grade,

Jen has been certified in a range of modalities and traditions: 


Feng Shui practitioner,

yoga teacher with a RYT-500 designation,

meditation researcher and teacher trainer,

certified women's wellness educator,

with a teaching credential,

an MA in Education,

and years spent studying and teaching archetypal mythology  


About Me

The small talk version:

I'm a spiritual entrepreneur and author, a comparative mythologist, a teacher and researcher, who loves to dig deeply into the why behind the woo.  

I draw inspiration from world mythology, Feng Shui, poetry, art, Ayurveda, yoga philosophy, travel, wellness research and neuroscience.


And then I share it. 

I'm on a mission to help women create homes and lives that flow,

to recognize their vast spaciousness and capacity for joy,

to build practical toolkits and expansive vision,

so that we can all meet the moment fully, beautifully, intentionally.

I'm essentially a matchmaker, reconnecting women with their own sweet, sacred selves.

I'm focused on:   


creating heart-centered homes that celebrate authenticity and magnify abundance and joy.


exploring expansive and inspired spaciousness in the mind, releasing old paradigms, finding freedom, and creating inner sanctuaries.

finding paths back to the body, to soulful embodiment, and practices for the senses.

remembering our stories: the ones that bring us to the depth and fullness of ourselves, so that we remember our passion and our purpose --- the juicy vivifying stories of the divine feminine.

I feel like my highest self when I'm making: 
shaping a home so that it sings with positive energy, weaving together wisps of wisdom from ancient traditions and contemporary research, or painting outside in the sun.
I believe that everything in and around us carries energy. 
That we can tap into that energy to support our joy, well-being and purpose.  
I believe that a well-crafted intention can cut through the noise of our own habits, patterns and samskaras.
I believe in sisterhood and collective healing.
That we are meant to support each other on our way up the mountain.
I believe in joyful effort.
That we can enjoy the ride while we get to work creating the vision of our highest selves.
The Maenads were an ancient sisterhood, a circle of women dedicated to the Greek god Dionysus (whose worship is often associated with Shiva). They made pilgrimages to the mountains to celebrate and connect outside of their mundane roles and expectations, to witness the truth in each other under the stars. Mythologically they were strong space makers, uprooting trees and tearing apart kings.  These women deconstructed old paradigms and created new spaciousness, celebrating the cycle of rebirth. 

When I think of what it means to be a maenad today, I think about making spaciousness and clearing away restrictions, cultivating the non-dual and non-binary, and choosing to find joy in what is.

As Modern Maenads we call our beloved selves back home. We align our minds, bodies, and homes with our essential selves, 

creating integrated well-being. Using the tools of modern science and ancient wisdom traditions, we practice the art of creating a home for the spirit.

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