health coach · yoga instructor · writer · thought leader
I inspire people to break their limiting beliefs about themselves and create sustainable self-care habits so they live their most fully embodied life.
Hi! I’m Jessica Sandhu and I truly believe you can change the way YOU see YOU right now with small and sustainable tweaks to your life!
Everyone knows that eating more greens, drinking more water and getting enough sleep will lead to a healthy mind, body and heart, but actually doing it is another story!
Making changes to one’s life can be hard without a compass or guide to bring you there. I’ve seen how the mind plays a massive trick on us with our belief system, fooling us into believing that we don’t deserve the joy and happiness a healthy life can bring. And I’ve witnessed time and time again how frustrating it can feel when what we want is not fully realized.
I want to help you make health and wellness changes that will lead to a more enriching life with the greatest potential! Together, we’ll create a sustainable schedule for you to invest in self-care techniques. And we’ll develop a vision for yourself, using strategies, processes, and tools to set your best life in motion. Through it all, I hold you accountable to the life you want to live, guiding you beyond your limitations.
Are you ready?
Yoge for depression/anxiety
Be guided through gentle movement and stretches that
allow for a deeper connection to the body.
Saturday, December 15th · 1–3PM
A MINDFUL LIVING WORKSHOP
Create the foundation for a more grounded life using rituals and intention setting.
Saturday December 1st · 1–3PM
Begin within: New Year’s
Celebrate the New Year with me with a 2-day workshops series at Dupont Circle Yoga!
Monday, December 31st · 12-2PM & 3-5PM
Tuesday, January 1st · 12-2PM
Blog: Straight From the Yogini's Mouth
· gratitude ·
+ One Way to Create it!
On this day before Thanksgiving we might find it easier (or maybe even harder) to find something we are grateful for. It might add more stress to our lives if things are not as they "should" be right now. But the thing is, will things ever be just as you want? Can you be grateful in this very moment for what you have? Maybe for what you don't have to deal with?
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“I started practicing with Jess in 2014 when I was traveling quite a bit for work and needing a place to find grounding and calm. Jess not only welcomed a novice yogi when I first showed up, but she has helped me to grow stronger in my yoga practice, and as a person ever since! Her passion, happiness, and empathy for her students both new and more tenured is infectious and is the highlight of my day when I attend practice!”
— SAMANTHA G., LAWYER