Jeevan Singh: Mindful Embodiment and Touch
Is Powerful Medicine
Jeevan was actually my roommate for some time during medical school! She studied in the Classical Chinese Medicine program at NCNM, where I was in the Naturopathic Medical program.
I loved reconnecting with her and having this conversation where we were able to dive into her amazingly unique flavor of holistic healing that she offers her clients and patients.
Her focus is embodiment and womb care and she has an amazing toolbox of skills and experiences that she is able to offer.
Some highlights include...
- Jeevan's story of coming into Holistic Health as a poet
- Her studies in the Hakomi Method of mindfulness
- Tools for understanding the language of the body
- Why it's important to connect with our subconscious mind
- Experience how a "mindful immersion" empowers deep connection with body and mind
- How hands on therapies can enhance blood/energy flow to relieve stagnation
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Jeevan comes from the Sanskrit जीवन (jīvana), meaning life, or more specifically that spark which animates every living being. A name that’s fitting, as it speaks to her life’s work - guiding women and people with vaginas back into the sanctuaries of their bodies, to reclaim their birthright of aliveness and embodiment.
As a visionary, womb-keeper, herbalist, doctor and guide, Jeevan offers work that is experiential and holistic. She offers 1:1 sessions and courses on holistic pelvic wellness and embodiment coaching. She believes that one of the most radical things we can do for ourselves and the collective is to cultivate self-friendship on both a physical and spiritual level.
Jeevan holds a doctorate in East Asian medicine and a masters in integrative mental health. To learn more about Jeevan, visit her website: flowerhandwellness.com and Instagram: @flowerhandwellness