We had the good fortune of connecting with Jenna DiGiuseppi and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Jenna, is there something that you feel is most responsible for your success?

The most important factor to me is Connection. It is the connection I create with each one of the clients that come to see me. It does not matter how pretty my office is or how appealing my social media is. It is about the sacred space I provide each person who walks in the door, so that they may be vulnerable and they can heal. My motto is to work with compassion, understanding and grace. To meet my client exactly where they are at in that moment, whether they are just beginning their healing journey or are deep into their work.
If there were not mutual connections made between myself and my clients, I would not be business today.

Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
I think I have a fairly unique business. I am a Reiki Master Teacher, I facilitate sound healing and I am certified in over 25 other healing modalities including life coaching, intuitive guidance and mindfulness. The challenge was to come up with a business where I used all of these gifts, yet keeping it simple enough to encourage potential clients to book with me. It has been about reworking my brand over and over again. Piecing together what worked and what people were looking for, yet staying true to how I wanted to present myself. There has been many makeovers to my business and each time it makes more sense to me than the time before. It would grow as I would grow. The challenge was always describing what my business was and why I felt it was something a person could benefit from. Once I focused my practice, I became very confident in presenting and putting it out there into the world. Taking that step was huge and uncomfortable, and as soon as I got past the fear, I took off. Along the way I have created my own motto. It is to work with compassion, without ego or judgement, and to have grace in every situation. To remind my clients that I am just like them. I am no different. A little more wisdom because I have already been their situation, but to also remind them that I am still learning and healing. I still seek out practitioners just like me, to help me with my own journey. To quote a beautiful friend, “When I grow you grow, when you grow I grow”~BJC

If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
Visiting Scottsdale is always a special treat for my family and friends. We have awesome hiking trails, and I would immediately take them up to the Gateway Trailhead in the McDowell Sonoran Preserve. Lunch would definitely be at Kierland so that we could walk around and shop afterwards. I love going to North or Postino’s.
In the evening I would head up to Carefree. There are so many great places to eat and walk around. It has such a cozy atmosphere and the people who work and live up there are so kind and welcoming.

Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I have so many great mentors, starting with the teaching staff at Southwest Institute of Healing Art (SWIHA). The program I attended changed me from the inside out. My Reiki Master Teacher and mentor, Susanne Wilson (The Carefree Medium). My mentors and friends; Ivory Lanoue (Ivory Angelic Medium) and Bianca Jade (Bianca Jade Consulting).
Most of all, my boys. Without my children teaching me how to be strong, have compassion and challenging me each and every day, I would not be who I am. They are the loves of my life.

Website: https://www.sacredpausehealing.com/

Instagram: @sacredpausehealing

Image Credits
Photographer: Stephanie Tassone https://stephanietassonephotography.passgallery.com/portfolio

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