Open House, Open Heart

Private Session Room“Upon entry I feel peace and acceptance! Congratulations on your beautiful new location.”

– A “Love Note” from the Heartmanity Open House

Years before I started seeing her myself, many friends had recommended Jennifer Williams, explaining that she exuded an extraordinary amount of peace and acceptance to help you navigate your feelings and emotions in a down-to-earth manner. When I look back at the journey I’ve had with her, it seems like a winding road that has led towards a better life.

Over the years, I’ve approached Jennifer with some serious issues—like how to keep my marriage strong and how to not get burnt out with my kids—along with some minor ones, like how to mentally handle 18,000 loads of laundry per week. We’ve pretty much covered all topics, and she’s pretty much seen all sides of me (and they’re not all pretty). And every time we've met, she’s had an open heart and an open mind.

Not to be cliché, but that’s what came to mind when I walked into Heartmanity’s Open House, the Grand Opening of their new center in the Snowload Building on 8th and Main. Looking around, I saw warm, familiar faces (and delicious food being passed around), and I kept feeling that this new center is a true reflection of Jennifer’s wisdom and guidance. The bright colors and décor that welcome you also radiate happiness. And the different spaces are perfectly put together for the variety of offerings Heartmanity features.

The private session room, with eggshell blue walls and comfortable seating, is an intimate space that feels private and protected. (And that’s exactly how you want to feel when you’re opening up to someone.) And the open front room is ideal for workshops, from Redirecting Children’s Behavior to Women on Wisdom (WOW), just to name a couple.

When I first met with Jennifer, it was in my home or office, which always felt comfortable. But there’s something about meeting with her in a designated spot—one that’s full of her positive energy—that sounds really inviting.

Judging by the love notes that were left behind, clinging to the walls of the new Hearmanity Center, clearly I’m not alone. Here’s what some other people said:

“It is with immense pride that we watch you make your dreams come true. We couldn’t be more grateful for the role you’ve allowed us to play in your success.”

“It’s such a beautiful, loving, nurturing space, just like you Jennifer! Beautifully done.”

“Thank you for all you do!”

“Congrats on your new office. I only hear amazing things about the work you do here. Blessings!”

"Congrats to soaring with Heartmanity!"

I’m truly looking forward to my first session or workshop at the Center.

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Guest Blogger: Karen MitchellGuest Blogger: Karen Mitchell
Karen Mitchell is a mom, wife, friend, and in general, a lover of life in Bozeman, Montana.

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